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Titomic sees success in mining services and US markets Metal additive manufacturing machine company Titomic has announced the sale of two D523 low-pressure cold spray additive manufacturing systems, worth $198,829. One sale, in Kalgoorlie Western Australia, marks the company’s entry into the region’s mining services sector, considered a promising growth area for the company. The…

Ampcontrol links with University of Newcastle

The Minister for Industry and Science Ed Husic has visited the University of Newcastle to officially open a new ResTech facility, a joint partnership with electrical engineering manufacturer Ampcontrol at the industrial-focused Callaghan Campus. The partnership aims to accelerate the development and commercialisation of new cutting-edge technology and solutions for the energy, infrastructure, and resources…

Ampcontrol electrical engineers takes over Androck

Electrical engineering manufacturer Ampcontrol has today announced the acquisition of Hunter-based underground mining equipment specialist Androck Engineering & Mining. The acquisition transaction, the first made by Ampcontrol since its takeover by investment group Washington H. Soul Pattinson, is expected to be completed on 31 May 2023. Hunter Valley, NSW based Ampcontrol’s Managing Director & CEO…