Finalists for the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame awards were announced today. Over 20 companies will each vie for the state's leading industry awards this Monday at the Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards Gala Dinner to be held at the Crown Palladium.
The Awards celebrate and acknowledge the outstanding men and women who contribute to Victoria's multi-billion dollar manufacturing industry, and for the first time, will feature a new Woman Manufacturer of the Year award, and two New Company awards to recognise leaders in Industry 4.0 and Workforce Development.
The Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame finalists are:
- Able Industries Engineering (Kingsville)
- Actco-Pickering (Dandenong South)
- Albins Performance Transmissions (Ballarat)
- Australian Red Cross Blood Service (West Melbourne)
- Bendigo Tramways (Bendigo)
- Boeing Aerostructures Australia (Port Melbourne)
- Bombardier Transportation Australia (Dandenong South)
- Bosch Australia (Clayton)
- Chobani (Dandenong South)
- Creature Technology (Port Melbourne)
- Della Rosa (Campbellfield)
- Entegra Signature Structures (Swan Hill)
- Keppel Prince (Portland)
- Leica Biosystems (Mount Waverley)
- Marand (Moorabbin)
- Osteon Medical (Clayton)
- PACCAR Australia (Bayswater)
- Selectronic Australia (Chirnside Park)
- Siemens (Bayswater)
- Smallaire (Horsham)
- Sussex Taps (Somerton)
- Swanbuild (Swan Hill)
- Viva Energy (Geelong)
Pictured: the 2017 winners of the Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards
Defying expectations, industry is booming
Victorian Government’s $120 million investment in manufacturing has created more than 5000 jobs for Victorians and is driving $1.4 billion in private investment from manufacturers.
Manufacturing in Victoria continues to go from strength-to-strength with the Australian Industry Group’s Manufacturing Index revealing the state has recorded 15 months of consecutive growth, the longest run since 2001.
Want to know more?
For more information and to book your tickets for the Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards Gala Dinner, visit the Victorian Chamber of Commerce website.