CIMIC Group's services company, UGL, has been awarded new rail and mining services contracts across Australia, generating combined revenues of approximately $260m.
Under the terms of the SKF Equipped Programme agreement, SKF has now secured a supply contract with PROK for a range of components.
MEP Instruments has announced a corporate name change to Metrohm Australia and Metrohm New Zealand, effective 1 January 2018.
Balluff, a specialist in industrial automation and sensor technology, has invested in the formation of a wholly owned subsidiary and a custom-built automation centre in Bayswater, Victoria.
GE and XD Electric Group have formed a partnership to help modernise and expand Australia's electric grid. The joint venture will benefit from GE's grid automation capabilities and XD's high-voltage equipment portfolio.
Beckhoff Automation has opened a new office in the Auckland suburb of Albany. The office will be run by automation expert Neil Pearce.
Watlow has relocated its Singapore operations to a new 22,000 square feet facility that will serve as the company’s Asian hub.
SEW-Eurodrive has established a new IG facility at its national headquarters in Melbourne. The company says its investment is a demonstration of confidence at a time of global financial uncertainty.
CompAir Australasia has launched a dedicated Custom Engineered Products division in response to growing customer demand for CEPs. CEP Australasia is headed by David Laurenson. With over 20 years of compressed air industry experience, and having previously been responsible for the CompAir Asia Pacific CEP division, Laurenson is well placed to lead CEP as its director.
Schneider Electric has announced a partnership with Krohne that the companies say will provide customers with a complete automation and instrumentation solution, which will include Schneider’s PlantStruxure process automation architecture and Krohne’s instrumentation offer.
OneSteel is changing its name to Arrium in the hope the new tag better reflects its various mining businesses, but is also retaining the OneSteel brand for the group's traditional steel operations.
After a quarter of a century in Blackburn, Rockwell Automation has moved its headquarters. The company’s South Pacific headquarters are now based at 841 Mountain Highway in Bayswater.
After 5 years in its current premises, AMS has outgrown the current building and has expanded their premises.
To accommodate its continued expansion, Industrial Scientific has moved its business operations to a 250 m2 space located along the ship channel in Port Melbourne.
GE and Fanuc of Japan have announced that the two companies have agreed in principle to dissolve the GE Fanuc joint venture.