ANCA Motion - exporting from Bayswater North to the world

Tuesday, 29 May, 2012

Australian company ANCA Motion, a designer of control systems for complex manufacturing processes, has expanded, following the opening of new headquarters in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs. The Minister for Innovation and Industry, Greg Combet, and the Federal Member for Deakin, Mike Symon, toured the new ANCA Motion building, which exports cutting-edge technology around the world.

“These new headquarters are an important step forward for ANCA Motion, which is manufacturing world-class products right here in the outer suburbs of Melbourne,” Combet said. “This is a strong example of Australian ingenuity opening up an export market, and the Gillard government is committed to fostering an environment where innovative companies like ANCA Motion can continue to thrive.”

The government announced a $29.8 million Manufacturing Technology Innovation Centre in the Budget, aimed at driving innovation through new and improved industrial products and processes. It will build on existing support being provided through initiatives such as AusIndustry, Commercialisation Australia, Enterprise Connect and the R&D Tax Incentive.

“ANCA Motion develops innovative computer-controlled systems for use in complex manufacturing processes including robotics, engine components and high-end production lines,” Symon said. “The company employs 70 full-time staff here in Victoria and a further 20 in Taiwan and China. By tapping into the global marketplace, ANCA Motion is opening doors for the local manufacturing sector.”

Established in 2008, ANCA Motion is a subsidiary of ANCA Pty Ltd, which designs and manufactures precision tool and cutter grinding machines for major international companies. ANCA Pty Ltd exports virtually its entire production, including to key markets in Germany, Japan, China and the United States. Clients of ANCA include Boeing, General Electric, Sandvik, Rolls Royce, Johnson and Johnson, and Sutton Tools.

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