For over thirty years, Kemsigns Group has provided its clients with a wide range of products, materials, and services which meet their needs for visibility and marketing with high-quality materials. From billboards to vinyl car wraps to buildings, no job is too big or too small for Kemsigns. Founder and Managing Director Peter McCabe shares the reasons Kemsigns has become one of Australia’s premier signmakers.
A household name for those in the know, Howard and Sons Pyrotechnics grew from the passion of one man, Sydney Howard, who in 1922 decided to devote his time to the development of some of the most innovative pyrotechnic products and imaginative displays the industry had ever seen…
The leading edge of technology is decorated with all manner of weird, wonderful and possibly useful ideas. We have computer watches, intelligent underpants and smart fridges. Now we even have the computer you wear like a pair of glasses (why it’s not called ‘Goggle’ instead of ‘Google Glass’ is a mystery)…
Product, People and Passion Whites GroupBy David Barratt View in E-MagazineView in Brochure For more than thirty-seven years, Whites Group has supplied the rural sector and beyond with innovative fencing products designed to offer better design, safer use and faster set-up. In doing so, the company has built a strong reputation for quality in products and service, and for its ongoing innovative development of new products to meet customers’ varied needs. Founded in 1977 as a two person operation by John Kelly, this third generation family owned and operated Australian business now employs more than one hundred and fifty people […]
Unmanned aerial vehicles – UAVs – are proving extremely popular right now. Unless, of course, you are the authorities, because many different arms of the law are trying to restrict their use for reasons of safety, privacy or even security…
Cablelogic is a privately owned, Western Australian company based in Bayswater. The company has become an industry leader in providing complete communication and technology solutions to Western Australian organisations and industry since its beginning, eighteen years ago.
CSIRO, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, is Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research agencies in the world. It recently published a white paper on the topic of Lightweight Assistive Manufacturing Solutions which it hopes will stimulate thinking and debate about the way forward for manufacturing in Australia and help the sector to become more sustainable.
For over half a century, John Morris Scientific Pty Ltd has proudly supplied the highest quality scientific equipment and laboratory supplies to a diverse range of clients in sectors such as chemical processing, laboratory, research, pharmaceutical, mining, environmental, food and beverage, safety, and life science, among many others.
John Hart Automation & Robotics is passionate about increasing Australia’s manufacturing competitiveness. John Hart are working with local manufacturing businesses to improve operations by providing automation systems and Fanuc robots. The company is an agent for Fanuc of Japan – probably one of if not the biggest robot manufacturers in the world.
That is unlikely to be a plank of the Labor election manifesto. Rather, it is part of his view of teleworking, the practice of enabling (or allowing) staff to work from home instead of commuting to a central office. Shorten was speaking at the end of last year at a conference in Melbourne to open Australia’s first National Teleworking Week – to which, logically, no one should have turned up.