It is a well-known fact that the welding industry has a global shortage of welders says David Wilton, managing director at Lorch South Pacific.
It’s upwards and upwards for HeliMods. The Australian aerospace technology manufacturer has partnered with Siemens to leverage its Xcelerator software portfolio to fully digitalise its entire product design and manufacturing process, making it the first company of its size in the Australian aerospace sector to do so.
Staff at Global Stainless are expert in metal polishing offering finishes from dairy grade through to # 8 super mirror, and they know their stuff.
Irving Tooling Solutions (ITS) was started by Jonathan Irving 19 years ago and through that time the company has “built a reputation for bringing experienced know-how to machine shops in the cutting tool game”.
Allan Shaw, owner of Makaira Boats is creating an aluminium boats building business based in Kerikeri. Currently employing 10 workshop staff, the young business owner leads a team that is dedicated to making offshore sport fishing boats, between 7.5 to 12 metres in length and constructed of heavy-plate aluminium.
For A & G Price there has been no exception, 2021 has been a challenging year for businesses and families alike.
Global Stainless officially started business in 2004 by current owner Lincoln Raikes, after leaving Robert Stone Engineering (now FNE Engineering) in Hawera. Raikes had started experimenting with spheres back in 1995. He’d always had a dream of starting the business, and his son Bergen gave him the push he needed. Bergen, then 17, was due to leave school and was set on becoming a welder and fabricator like his dad.
Long-overdue is an understatement, but the attention now turns towards the anticipation of a great event, as the EMEX 2022 industry trade show nears.
Australia’s first use of wireless remote monitoring and testing of galvanic cathodic protection installations. David Celine, managing director at cathodic protection specialist Omniflex, discusses the latest use of using remote monitoring technology to monitor and test a galvanic cathodic protection (CP) system in Australia and the benefits it brings.
Kiwis are more tuned into the impact of failing infrastructure and the effects it has on their lives than ever before. This is not just a New Zealand phenomenon, it is a view shared worldwide says Pete Renshaw, director of business development for Pultron Composites, particularly in countries where there have been ongoing struggles with aging infrastructure, corrosion, and failures caused by the extreme effects of climate change.