The finalists have been announced for the upcoming 2022 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards.
This year’s event, with the theme “Made in Victoria,” seeks to highlight the importance of local manufacturing and the quality of products, technology, and equipment manufactured in the state.
Eligibility for the award requires having a manufacturing plant located in Victoria and/or demonstrating specialist services directly connected to the state’s manufacturing sector.
Selected after a highly comprehensive deliberation of nominees, the finalists for this year’s awards ceremony are:
- Amaero Additive Manufacturing (Notting Hill)
- Australian Defence Apparel (East Bendigo)
- Care Essentials (North Geelong)
- Coolon (Hallam)
- Dual Chelate Fertilizer (Robinvale)
- Duratray International (Bayswater)
- Elastomers Australia (Airport West)
- Essential Flavours (Carrum Downs)
- Foodmach (Echuca)
- Integra Systems (Broadmeadows)
- Interpack (Deer Park)
- Invetech (Mount Waverley)
- Leica Biosystems (Mount Waverley)
- Luv-a-Duck (Nhill, Ballarat)
- NCI Packaging (Tullamarine)
- Nissan Casting Australia (Dandenong)
- Ojas Infrastructure (Braeside, Kilmany, Keysborough)
- Osteon Medical (Mulgrave)
- Planet Innovation (Box Hill)
- Repurpose It (Epping)
- RUAG Australia (Bayswater, Airport West)
- SPEE3D (Dandenong)
- Starward (Port Melbourne)
- Thread Group Australia (Moorabbin)
The latest rendition of the awards ceremony has three new categories that spotlight leadership in the low carbon economy, responsiveness to COVID-19, and leadership in diversity and inclusion.
The awards ceremony which was established in 2001, seeks to recognise business people and companies in Victoria that adopt new technologies, excel in business innovation, and are globally competitive.
Award winners are scheduled to be announced at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards Gala Dinner on July 26, at the Palladium, Crown.
For more information, please visit Business Victoria’s event page.