Kaeser Compressors has assisted radiator specialist Trevor French Radiators in reducing its electricity costs by 50%. This has been achieved by replacing an ageing compressor with an energy efficient all-in-one compressed air station.
The Irish manufacturer Combilift recently marked a milestone when its 60,000th unit came off the production lines at the company HQ in Monaghan and was shipped to our side of the world.
New Zealand’s second Haas 5-axis gantry mill has found itself surrounded by fast cars in the high-tech manufacturing facility of Rodin Cars.
While engineering plastics are different to those that consumers are increasingly aiming to cut back on, the industry is still determined to play its part in ensuring a greener future for New Zealand.
From increased productivity to safer work environments, robotics and automation is set to play an important role in New Zealand’s future. But what needs to be considered in this journey? NZEN spoke with industry experts to find out.
Accord Precision Limited (Accord), one of NZ’s largest certified precision manufacturing business, has been acquired by an investment company managed by EverEdge Capital – an operational-focussed investment firm.
Project engineers look at a project through a macro lens. Working alongside a project manager, these qualified engineers share the technical, managerial, and sitework load, to ensure projects are delivered in full, on time, and in spec.
Today’s engineering environment demands machine partners that are innovative, progressive, and understand what is needed within that partnership. When it comes to CNC machines, New Zealand is lucky to have ‘the right tools’, sourced from experts who supply and manufacture leading-edge technology and machinery.
Welding safely includes adequate filtration of harmful fumes – let a new space saving filter improve your workshop.
The welding industry is booming, but there is one problem – a shortage of skilled welders in New Zealand. The solution: providing information and education. And the good news is that there are plenty of providers out there to help train new staff and up skill others. Industry training organisation Competenz spoke to NZEN about some of the challenges the sector faces and how they can help.