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It is a lot of work to start a factory from the ground up, especially if you are making a product that is not common in Australia. Luckily these days there is a lot more support online and it can be really useful for entrepreneurs to talk to other people who have started manufacturing in Australia rather than going overseas. This blog has a range of handy resources for people who are looking to manufacture a new product in Australia, including links to industry groups, government associations and technical resources that can help to maximise your chances of starting a successful manufacturing operation.

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Benefits of Timber Skids for Storage and Transportation of Concrete Products
21 October 2018

The concrete product manufacturing industry has be

Benefits of Galvanised Sheet Metal for Fabrication
21 October 2018

When contemplating metals to employ for your fabri

3 Things to Look For in a Road Saw
27 July 2018

Heavy-duty construction requires the best equipmen

High And Mighty: Choosing The Best Scissor Lift For Use In Your Garden Centre
23 May 2018

Motorised scissor lifts are tremendously versatile

How computers are making stainless steel fabrication more cost effective
25 April 2018

There are lots of things that you can use steel to

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Benefits of Timber Skids for Storage and Transportation of Concrete Products

The concrete product manufacturing industry has been growing at a rate of 1.7% annually over the last five years, and the trend is expected to continue. Therefore, if you are thinking of starting a concrete product manufacturing business, getting started now is a good idea. To run a successful business, however, you need to deliver concrete products to clients promptly. While delivery can be done using timber skids or pallets, the former has certain advantages over the latter. Read More 

Benefits of Galvanised Sheet Metal for Fabrication

When contemplating metals to employ for your fabrication needs, there will be a broad range of options to choose. And with multiple options comes varying pros and cons depending on your primary application of the sheet metal. One type of metal that is typically overlooked but provides an assortment of benefits that other sheet metal options cannot offer is galvanised steel. Whether you are fabricating steel for roofing, HVAC or even construction, here are some benefits of galvanised sheet metal for the fabrication process. Read More 

3 Things to Look For in a Road Saw

Heavy-duty construction requires the best equipment. With traffic backing up on the roads, the pressure to get the job done on time, and budget discussions, it is easy to see why project managers might just opt for the cheapest saw with the quickest delivery time. However, selecting the right equipment during the early stages can often reduce the long-term hold ups on your project, meaning you do not have to send it off for repairs mid-project or spend more on replacing broken tools. Read More 

High And Mighty: Choosing The Best Scissor Lift For Use In Your Garden Centre

Motorised scissor lifts are tremendously versatile and practical pieces of equipment, and their ability to raise both workers and cargo on their platforms simultaneously makes them particularly useful for the garden centre industry. Stacking, shelving and storing bulky earthenware pots, heavy bags of compost, large mature shrubs and other unwieldy objects can be far easier and safer if your employees have a scissor lift at their disposal. However, not every scissor lift is well suited to the unique demands of working in a garden supply centre, and whether you intend to purchase or hire a new scissor lift, you should ensure the model you choose is up to the task. Read More 

How computers are making stainless steel fabrication more cost effective

There are lots of things that you can use steel to create. Stainless steel is so versatile that it has become widely used everywhere from the medical profession to the motor industry and almost every sector in between. Whatever industry your business focuses on, there will be plenty of ways you can use stainless steel. Deciding to use steel is the easy part, but how will you take that sheet of metal and shape it into your final product? Read More