Taking on the world with its innovative welding technology
ASX-listed, Adelaide high-tech welding
manufacturer K-TIG, is accelerating its
global expansion, exporting its state-ofthe-art welding technology system worldwide, with distributors across 20 countries.
Among these are the USA, the UK, Korea,
Malaysia New Zealand, Singapore, India,
Belgium, Norway and France.
TRANSPORT: DRIVING THE ECONOMY AND DELIVERING JOBS
As Product Specialist and Operations Engineer at Hofmann Engineering, Karl Hofmann manages the company’s rail portfolio, and he’s looking forward to working on the Alstom METRONET project with his rail team. Hofmann Engineering will commence manufacture of bogie frames for the project’s railcars at its Bassendean manufacturing site in east Perth early next year.
Currawong Engineering – Powering UAVs worldwideCurrawong Engineering was awarded $150,000 from the Federal Government’s Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC) Defence Global Competitiveness Grant last September. A great boost for the business, the grant has enabled the Huntingfield-based firm, a world leader in the design and manufacture of powertrain solutions for the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) industry, to purchase specialist plant equipment in order to expand its electronic production capability.
Life Sciences’ New Tools: AI, IoT, Data & M&A
The global life sciences sector is surging upwards to great heights, with widespread international investment opportunities on the table. Deloitte’s 2020 Global Life Sciences Outlook Creating new value, building blocks for the future, 61-page report, takes a detailed look at the factors driving this sector and its investment predictions across the globe.
Australian Manufacturing Technology – Medical
Since COVID-19 hit Australia earlier this year, the pandemic has had a negative impact on many industries. The med-tech and pharmaceutical sector, in particular, has faced significant challenges, notably in terms of running research projects and clinical trials during lockdown. Carole Goldsmith reports on two medical manufacturers that are nonetheless moving forward, and an exciting new national program to develop the industry.
Castech – Smart Manufacturing
Company profile of entrepreneureal Australian foundry and 3D printing company.
Ford Performance Racing- Leading the Field
Ford Performance Racing (FPR) delivered a highlight of last year’s V8 Supercars season.
Avtech Engineering – Thriving despite the downturn
Avtech engineering – case study on engineering production management.
Defence – Aerospace – Manufacturers set for budget boost.
The Federal Government’s is investing $195 billion in defence capability and equipment over the next decade (to 2026). Australian manufacturers across the defence and aerospace sectors are seizing the opportunity for export success.
Nanofabrication-Manufacturing for the Future
Innovative Australian companies and organizations combining their expertise in micro-and nanotechnology to increase their competitiveness and boost their export potential.