Finalists announced for 2022 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards

A list of finalists has been published for the annual Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards, which has been running since 2001.

Announced on Wednesday, the finalists are:

  • Amaero Additive Manufacturing (Notting Hill)
  • Australian Defence Apparel (East Bendigo)
  • Care Essentials (North Geelong)
  • Coolon (Hallam)
  • Dual Chelate Fertilizer (Robinvale)
  • Duratray International (Bayswater)
  • Elastomers Australia (Airport West)
  • Essential Flavours (Carrum Downs)
  • Foodmach (Echuca)
  • Integra Systems (Broadmeadows)
  • Interpack (Deer Park)
  • Invetech (Mount Waverley)
  • Leica Biosystems (Mount Waverley)
  • Luv-a-Duck (Nhill, Ballarat)
  • NCI Packaging (Tullamarine)
  • Nissan Casting Australia (Dandenong)
  • Ojas Infrastructure (Braeside, Kilmany, Keysborough)
  • Osteon Medical (Mulgrave)
  • Planet Innovation (Box Hill)
  • Repurpose It (Epping)
  • RUAG Australia (Bayswater, Airport West)
  • SPEE3D (Dandenong)
  • Starward (Port Melbourne)
  • Thread Group Australia (Moorabbin)

The awards program includes three new categories this year:

  • Leader in low carbon economy;
  • Outstanding responsiveness to COVID-19; and 
  • Leader in diversity and inclusion.

Category winners will be announced at a gala dinner to be held on July 26 at the Palladium at Crown.

The awards are being held for the first time since 2019, with recent years interrupted by Covid-19.

Picture: Winners from the 2018 awards (image credit AMTIL)

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