Global logistics and shipping provider, WWL has acquired the SRO Group Vehicle Manufacturing Division.
Sevaan Group’s CEO Tony Panrucker has questioned the practice of Australian manufacturers sourcing from China, with the benefits from using local suppliers often being overlooked.
3D printing has the potential to radically change businesses, starting with a big disruption to supply chains.
From optimising factory processes to having a hand in massive movements of iron ore to checking in bags at airports: sensors are everywhere, making things work. So is SICK.
CHEP Australia has launched a new drying technology which will help deliver 80 percent drier plastic crates to the fresh produce industry.
Part two of a two part series on how to reduce operating costs through better warehousing and storage operations.
Part one of a two part series on how to reduce operating costs through better warehousing and storage operations.
With mobile compatibility and functions for those creating limited-run, made-to order products, the new enterprise resource planning offering from Pronto Software has plenty that’s relevant to manufacturers.
As nominations close for the 10th Endeavour Awards, we highlight the finalists for each category, giving you an insight into innovation and excellence in the manufacturing industry.
Dutch engineering company Heijmans Infrastructure and artist Daan Roosegarde have teamed up to create futuristic road concepts.
Logistics company Brambles has announced a profit increase of 26 per cent for the first half of the financial year compared to the corresponding period a year ago.
CHEP pallets have been transporting Australian products since the end of WWII. Manufacturers’ Monthly visits one of the company’s service centres to find out a little about its role in the supply chain.
Logistics & Materials Handling has extended nomination deadline for the 2012 Mercury Awards to close of business Friday 27 July.
Downer EDI has signed a new five year agreement with locomotive company Electro-Motive Diesel that will see locomotive manufacturing slowly move offshore.
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) and GS1 Australia have joined forces to create a new high level industry working group to improve supply chain efficiency and product traceability.
Tipper trailer manufacturer Hercules believes changes to the Performance Based Standards (PBS) scheme recently approved by ministers will result in a range of benefits for the heavy vehicle industry and the wider community.
The need for efficient, effective and seamless intermodal freight in Australia has never been more important in the face of a burgeoning national freight task, supply chains that are increasingly global, a growing import task and rising congestion in our major cities.
Konecranes devised a unique lifting solution for defence prime contractor, Austal to enable 16 overhead hoists to be controlled simultaneously by a single operator.
Mainpac 2011 enterprise asset management solution has been selected by leading Australian port and bulk logistics company, POAGS, for deployment as a key element of its national asset management strategy.
According to leading logistics software specialist JDA Australia, manufacturers and suppliers need to use cost saving software to estimate the Total Landed Cost (TLC) before making any transportation decisions.