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Forgacs is the largest privately owned engineering and ship building construction and repair company in Australia. Forgacs is proud to service some of the world’s leading OEMs, shipping, industrial and mining companies including the Royal Australian ...
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Water treatment, small ship building, crushing plant manufacturer, silica sand processing, parts sales and service.
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The Lincoln Electric Company (Australia) was established in 1938 in Alexandria. Lincoln Australia services both domestic and international welding markets with quality welding equipment and consumables. Our product range includes Stick welders, ...
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Stud welding equipment, wear studs, sheer connectors, studs and pins.
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Aldan Tool specialise in Punches and Dies. Aldan are also agents for the BDS range of mag base drills and broach drills or core drills. These machines are reliable, robust, powerful and economical.
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Manufacturers and suppliers of mini excavators, crawler excavators, wheel excavators, wheel loaders and skid steer loaders.
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Queensland Gaskets has been manufacturing Industrial Gaskets and Sealing products for over 60 years. The company specialises in Water Jet Cutting technology and provides a wide range of products from leading companies such as Tesnit®, Tesnitallic®, ...
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Builders of luxury blue water power catamarans.
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Triple R Filtration Australia Pty Ltd specialise in Continuous oil purification systems. Filtration & Separation Systems from Bypass & Off-line oil cleaning systems, to mobile rigs, water & oil separators, to centrifuges, purifiers & ...
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Rubin Group, a world wide electronic component supplier and an Australian distributor for advanced marine communication, navigation and distress signalling devices including Marine Windscreen Wipers. Sales, service, technical support, system integration ...
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Workwear Industries Group offers an extensive range of premium grade workwear clothing and accessories. Along with additional specialised and “made to order” products, their three major brands “RIGGERS”, “PROGARD” ...
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Heat/cold acoustic insulation, passive fire protection, cladding, maintenance, access management, asbestos removal, surface treatment.
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Scalance XC-100 Industrial Ethernet switch
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03/04/16 - The Scalance XC-100 from Siemens is a new line of compact Industrial Ethernet switches featuring a rugged design.
Building submarines overseas would still benefit SA: report
Editorial
29/05/15 - South Australia’s defence industry is in a good position to prosper even if the next generation submarines are not built there, according to a report.
Govt to put warship program to tender
Editorial
22/05/15 - The Government will put the Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) project to a new limited tender, following a cost blowout.
Tasmanian manufacturer wins Manly ferry contract
Editorial
04/05/15 - Tasmanian shipbuilder Incat has won contracts to make four fast ferries for the iconic Manly ferry route in Sydney.
Kevin Andrews to discuss submarines with Germans and French
Editorial
22/04/15 - Kevin Andrews will discuss Australia’s submarine project in France and Germany while on a European trip to commemorate the centenary of WWI.
Daniel Andrews and Jay Weatherill join forces for shipbuilding jobs
Editorial
17/04/15 - The Premiers of Victoria and SA have signed a formal agreement to fight to keep the Australian shipbuilding industry alive.
Naval shipbuilding costs up to 40 per cent more in Australia - report
Editorial
16/04/15 - It costs 30% to 40 % more to build naval ships in Australia than it does overseas, according to a government- commissioned review into the industry.
Shipbuilding jobs at risk, BAE Systems tells inquiry
Editorial
15/04/15 - BAE Systems, the operator of the Williamstown ship building yards in Melbourne has told an inquiry in Adelaide the facility may become unviable.
Austal to cut 300 jobs by year's end
Editorial
02/04/15 - ​WA shipbuilder Austal will cut as many as 300 jobs by the year’s end as two major contracts wind up.
Kevin Andrews may move to avoid ship building ‘valley of death’
Editorial
31/03/15 - The government may employ a 'continuous build' strategy to avoid a ship building ‘valley of death’ in which there is no work to be done.
Buying Japanese submarines will cause Australia problems: study
Editorial
27/03/15 - Australian industry opportunities will be reduced if the government buys the next generation submarines from Japan, according to a new study.
Over 1,000 Newcastle workers to march, demanding more manufacturing contracts
Editorial
24/03/15 - ​Over 1,000 train and ship manufacturers are expected to march in Newcastle today, pushing for NSW government contracts in the Hunter region.

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