Quanton signs ANZ deal to provide ‘game change’ in automation
Quanton, New Zealand digital transformation and business process automation specialists, has signed a deal with UK-headquartered Enate Ltd, to bring the next generation process orchestration platform to the ANZ market. This alliance marks the first and only partner focused on Australia and New Zealand for Enate.
The sustainable future of steel in construction – the latest steps
Sustainability in construction, particularly reducing carbon emissions, is a hot topic in New Zealand. Government-led initiatives such as Building for Climate Change are directing change within the sector.
The USA: a big prize but beware of false assumptions
I believe one of NZTE’s great strengths is the in-market expertise we’re able to call on, and it was my pleasure recently to talk to one of these experts in a key market for New Zealand manufacturing exporters – the United States.
Health and safety
Managing maintenance safety
An awkward gap exists between our health and safety responsibilities and the reality in many traditional maintenance workshops across the country.
Late knowledge date: when can you get an extra three years to file a claim?
The right to sue someone must be utilised within the appropriate limitation period. Under the Limitation Act 2010 (Act) this has been standardised to no more than six years from the act or omission, being the breach.
WAR AND 3D PRINTING
How can 3D printing be used in war? Dr Juan Schutte takes a look, however it is important to remember that such tools and technology are not ‘evil’, and that it depends on who is using them and for what.
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