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Victoria’s excellent manufacturers recognised

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Industrial design and advanced manufacturing business Integra Systems has been inducted at the 2022 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards.

Minister for Industry Support and Recovery Ben Carroll congratulated the winners and finalists at an awards ceremony in Melbourne (pictured) – the 20th anniversary of the awards.

Integra describes itself as ‘part of a new breed of nimble Australian manufacturers, offering low-volume, high-variability excellence in sheet metal.

“Located in Melbourne’s north, Broadmeadows, Integra combines break-through product design with world-class project management and advanced manufacturing. ”

‘Made in Victoria’ was the theme for this year’s awards, which were presented across 14 categories.

Integra Systems also took out the award for Leader in Workforce Skills Development.

Health technology company Planet Innovation was awarded Manufacturer of the Year for large business and Outstanding Responsiveness to COVID-19 for producing critical health products during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Planet Innovation organised a consortium which developed a hospital ventilator during the pandemic.

Geelong manufacturer Care Essentials was named Manufacturer of the Year for medium businesses, while Notting Hill 3D printing company Amaero Additive Manufacturing was the small business winner.

NCI Packaging received the inaugural Leader in Low Carbon Economy award for reducing its energy output, while the Leader in Diversity and Inclusion award went to Elastomers Australia for providing more employment opportunities for indigenous employees and women.

For the full list of winners and finalists, go here.

Picture: Integra Systems

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