Axelent Australia offers a machine guarding solution with round corners: the Axelent X-Guard Contour. It is part of a range that can adapt to all possible machine guarding needs for any facility.

Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) has introduced a new, pared-back version of the Toyota Levio LPE200 electric pallet jack: the LPE 200B.

Nord Drivesystems has introduced its new Universal Motor, with 20 models in the range, with power extending from 0.12kW to 45kW, depending on the model.

Machinery supplier Bobst has acquired a majority stake in Cito-System, a company that specialises in creasing systems for the packaging industry.

SMC has reported an increase in demand for its components in the medical industry since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Government initiatives are creating a favourable climate to boost the machine tools market in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, according to a report from research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan.

The past year has been a busy one for safety systems manufacturer and APPMA member Axelent Australia. The company moved into a new facility, it is hiring new staff, and bringing new products to market.

Steeped in 60 years of rich history, Bonfiglioli designs, produces, and distributes gearmotors, drive systems, planetary gearboxes, and inverters. The company is present in 80 countries.

The Mozart Distillerie needed a labeller that deliberately produces creases. What for most beverage producers is a no-no was one of the paramount requirements of the Salzburg distillery. Krones had the answer.

Danish robot equipment producer OnRobot has added two new end-of-arm tools to its product line-up: the 3FG15 three-finger gripper and a compact single-pad version of its Gecko adhesive gripper.

Three new machines, made by Tomra Foods, Compac, and BBC Technologies, were featured at the recent Fruit Logistics Berlin event.

What does artificial intelligence mean to manufacturing, and how can it practically be used to deliver commercial value?

New machines, new innovations, and now, ever-increasing computing power continue to change manufacturing. Machine vision, coupled with artificial intelligence and deep learning, is one such innovation.

Axelent Australia has introduced new X-Guard sliding doors that are designed for facilities with space constraints.

Victorian recycling firm Smart Recycling has invested in a fleet of electric forklifts from Toyota Material Handling, which it is charging using solar energy.

Enmin’s latest modular conveyor system was developed to meet industry demand for more flexible and cost effective equipment. Enmin GM Anthony Gallaher writes.