The ANCA Group announces the formal opening of their new ANCA Motion headquarters in Melbourne’s Eastern suburbs by Greg Combet, the Minister for Industry and Innovation and Pat Boland, the Chairman of ANCA, who unveiled the plaque.
A division of the ANCA Group, ANCA Motion manufactures innovative motion control systems with their computer controlled systems forming part of ANCA’s market leading tool and cutter grinders manufactured at a 14,000m² site located in the same industrial park.
According to ANCA Group CEO, Grant Anderson, the global company employs approximately 800 people worldwide, and also spends around 9% of sales on research and development each year as part of their commitment to innovation. ANCA continues to make considerable investments in state-of-the-art factory equipment and R&D, with the new ANCA Motion building representing the commitment of the Group to growth and continuous improvement.
Pat Boland congratulated David Fisher, ANCA Motion General Manager and his team on the opening of their new facilities in Australia. The new ANCA Motion headquarters will have 70 full-time staff members designing and manufacturing CNC solutions, servo drives, motors and associated equipment.
The Honourable Greg Combet described ANCA as ‘a great success story’ and commented that ANCA Motion had developed ‘much sought after systems for computer controlled machinery’.
Combet listed the ANCA Group’s key export markets as including Germany, Japan, China and the US, stating that ‘these are not easy markets to market machine tools into’. ANCA exports virtually its entire production with exports totalling $800 million to date.
ANCA also has offices in the UK, Germany, Italy, Japan, China, Thailand, Brazil, India and the USA in addition to a comprehensive global network of representatives and agents. Clients of ANCA include Boeing, General Electric, Sandvik, Rolls Royce and Johnson and Johnson.