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Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards finalists named

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A list of finalists for the 2023 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards has been shared ahead of the announcement of winners at an August 10 gala dinner.

The awards are in their 21st year, and are being held across 15 categories in 2023. There were nine new categories this year, including Manufacturing Apprentice, Regional Manufacturer, and Zero and Low Emissions Technologies.

A list of the finalists, announced on Wednesday, has been reproduced below.

Winners will be named at an event at the Palladium at Crown in Melbourne. 

Tickets can be purchased at this link.


  • 3DMEDiTech (Port Melbourne)
  • AME Systems (Ararat)
  • Amiga Engineering (Tullamarine)
  • Boeing Aerostructures Australia (Port Melbourne)
  • Bortana (Bendigo)
  • Care Essentials (North Geelong)
  • Cyclotek Australia (Bundoora)
  • Duratray International (Bayswater)
  • Dynamic Steel Frame (Dandenong South)
  • Energys (Mulgrave)
  • Essity (Springvale)
  • Evolution Rail (Newport)
  • Farm Foods (Breakwater Geelong)
  • Floridia Cheese (Thomastown)
  • Integra Systems (Broadmeadows)
  • John Valves (Delacombe)
  • Krueger Transport Equipment (Truganina)
  • Leica Biosystems (Mount Waverley)
  • Light & Glo (Truganina)
  • Lockelec Rolling Stock (Braeside)
  • McMillan Engineering Group (Dandenong South)
  • MEMKO (Tullamarine)
  • Modra Technology (Warragul)
  • Moog Australia (Heatherton)
  • NCI Packaging (Preston, Tullamarine)
  • Nissan Casting Australia (Mulgrave)
  • Smallaire (Ararat)
  • SPEE3D (Dandenong South)
  • Stahl Metall (Knoxfield)
  • Successful Endeavours (Narre Warren)
  • That’s Amore Cheese (Thomastown)
  • Think Fencing (Geelong)
  • Wonder Pies (Coburg North)

Picture: Winners at the 2019 awards (

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