Manufacturing Today

At the upcoming APPMA Business & Industry conference, we'll find out how Coca-Cola Amatil (now Coca-Cola European Partners) adopted industry 4.0 to develop a world-class smart factory in only six months.

How do you protect against Cyber Attack in the age of Industry 4.0? You start by attending the APPMA Business & Industry conference, a virtual and in-person event on 16 September, to hear advice from Deloitte partner for Cyber Risk Advisory, David Owen.

Five reasons you need to book for the APPMA Business and Industry Conference now. It’s June. It’s EOFY. That’s your first hint!

Thomas Foods International has partnered with Dematic to install the latest Multishuttle Meat Buffer and Pallet Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) at its new facility.

Family-owned fruit producer Montague is paving a path of sustainable practice with the latest technology at its new $66 million site.

Packaging businesses and the rest of the Melbourne community are now dealing with a seven day extension to the latest lockdown, which has seen virtually everything except the workplace close down. APPMA, PVCA and TRMC weigh in.

PKN’s B2B advice columnist Paul Allen examines two immutable truths that will lead to a ‘monster moment’ in margin recovery.

Registrations are now open for the 2021 APMMA Business & Industry Conference, with a 'must-see' highlight on the program the opening keynote presentation by Francisco Betti of the World Economic Forum.

Lindy Hughson speaks to Emma Townsend, recently appointed CEO of AGITO Group, about her vision for the company, the future of local manufacturing, and women in leadership.

​The Packserv Group now has local on-site manufacturing capabilities with the recent launch of its new engineering and manufacturing division, located at its new facility in Marrickville, NSW.

GS1 Australia and KPMG Australia have published a thought leadership report highlighting the importance of master data in the future of retail supply chains.

An expert in quality management is forecasting a significant increase in components and machinery made locally after the government’s $1.5 billion investment into its Modern Manufacturing Strategy.

The federal government’s Payment Times Reporting Scheme is now live and promises to do for B2B relationships what eHarmony and Tinder have done for online dating.

In a bid to invest in the local economy and to ensure shortened lead times, SMC ANZ will now undertake the local assembly and stockholding of its latest range of electric cylinders.

Applications are now open for the Morrison government's $1.3 billion Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI).

To address the multiple challenges and opportunities the sector faces in the new economy, the APPMA will bring together a mix of high-profile industry experts and international thought leaders for its 2021 Business and Industry Conference.