Thursday, July 25, 2024

Aussies want more manufacturing in Australia, research reveals

A 2022 study by Roy Morgan has shown that 90% of Australians think we should be undertaking more manufacturing in Australia.

What the future holds for metal additive manufacturing

A wide array of opportunities have been opened for materials manufacturers as the additive manufacturing metals market matured and scaled over the last decade. What are the factors that push this market’s progress and what does the future hold in the next 10 years?

The ultimate clean for your commercial business

Redefining the culture of cleanliness, Comac brings value to cleaning with professional solutions that make people’s lives better, cleaner and more hygienic. For true excellence in cleaning innovation, the Innova range from Comac features a family of three ride-on floor scrubber machines — the Innova 65B, Innova 85B and Innova 70S. 

The true value of the 2022-23 Federal Budget for manufacturing

Addressing structural challenges appears a key focus of this year’s budget, with many initiatives tackling the likes of energy transition, housing affordability, skills shortages, childcare and paid parental leave. But what does the new budget mean for manufacturing?

The Australian Made effect on food in export markets

The Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo is a global icon. Instantly recognisable and well-regarded, the green and gold kangaroo is internationally known as a marker of genuine Australian Made products made to Australia's high standards.

Why optimising your manufacturing workforce is more important than ever

Three common challenges are shaping the way Australian manufacturers are approaching payroll and workforce management. The future-focused solutions are designed to overcome these challenges in ways that optimise efficiency, reduce costs, improve employee safety and experience, and improve recruitment and retention.

How to make data work for energy efficiency

With energy costs increasingly becoming a hefty part of a manufacturer’s bottom line, the urgent need arises for groundbreaking methods that would help the industry alleviate its energy consumption. 

How to transform your operation into a smart factory: Taking a holistic approach

Smart factories are the future of Australian manufacturing. Characterised by digital technology, real-time data-driven systems, automation and artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML), the modern smart factory is an achievable goal for manufacturers of all sizes, across all industries.

How to transform your operation into a smart factory: Building intelligent applications

The Australian manufacturing industry is fast entering the era of Industry 4.0. Harnessing the latest technology and transforming your operation into a smart factory is vital to building resilience, and optimising productivity and operational efficiency. And with the right help, it’s easier than you might think.

The Australian Advantage

The Australian Made claim has never been more powerful than right now. It tells consumers products that carry the claim are made to some of the world’s highest manufacturing and safety standards, with inputs often sourced from Australia’s clean green environment. It also makes a compelling statement about generating local jobs and economic activity.
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Beyond insights: CRM’s transformative role in sustainable manufacturing

Manufacturing companies worldwide are increasingly gearing up for a significant transformation with environmental sustainability at the centre. This comes amid stronger environmental regulations, a shift in consumer behaviour, and the industrial sector delves deeper into Industry 4.0.