Developing an ethical & sustainable supply chain for your international business

Developing an ethical & sustainable supply chain for your international business

Monday 20th May

RMIT, Melbourne

Some of the largest brands around the world have been significantly damaged by being associated with poor ethical and sustainable practices - even if it has occurred indirectly. The Australian Trade & Logistics Corporation presents an important briefing you cannot afford to miss!

It's more important than ever for your business to have full ethical and sustainable visibility and control of your products and business practices. How are your products produced? What about your packaging and transport impacts, and how do your customers rate your organisation?

This event is in collaboration with RMIT, CBFCA & CILTA.

The Australian Trade & Logistics Corporation (ATLC) has been established to support companies of all sizes and experience (importers, exporters, distributors, etc.) navigate and adapt to the fast-paced supply chain needs and customer expectations of global business in the rapidly emerging information age.Our range of services and programs are designed to provide a truly ‘holistic’ approach to global trade and end-to-end supply chains, where every aspect of doing business internationally is specifically addressed for our members.

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/developing-an-ethical-sustainable-supply-chain-for-your-intl-business-tickets-55744334806

www.australiantradelogisticscorporation.com.au


AMTIL NSW Members Dinner

AMTIL NSW Members Meeting

  • Learn about AMTIL's latest projects and intitiatives.
  • Network in a relaxed environment.
  • Bring your colleagues and exchange ideas with other AMTIL Members

Includes three course meal and drinks.

Free for AMTIL and AM Hub Members
Non-members $95


Creating a Digital Brand Strategy for Manufacturing Business Growth, Melbourne

Digital marketing is now the mainstream and eclipses all other forms… but unless you have a solid strategy it’s easy to waste time and cash and get no measured return on investment.

This digital brand strategy workshop is for manufacturing business owners and leaders who want to get bang up to date with the latest advances in this fast moving field.

Attendees will gain a clear understanding of what they need to do to create and grow a digital brand in a cohesive
and strategic way and get a return on their investment.

Workshop takeaways:
- Big-picture clarity on what you need to do to grow an effective digital brand
- A groundbreaking strategic framework that works for any size manufacturing business
- Priority tasks that will deliver the quickest return for your organisation

Format:
- 2 hour interactive session
- Industry relevant case studies used for illustration
- Begin work on your brand strategy
- Framework and branding workbook to take away

WORKSHOP PRESENTER
Deb Croucher, Brand Strategist & Founder Brilliant Digital

Lots of people talk about Digital Marketing... but for the past 10 years, Deb and the team at Brilliant Digital have consistently delivered measured results across multiple industry sectors Australia wide. In the manufacturing sector Deb and her team help established companies grow and thrive using a complete, turnkey solution to websites, digital marketing and social media.

Deb is incredibly passionate about the power of digital marketing. During this interactive workshop she’ll use case studies to illustrate how small businesses can make giant leaps forward and get fantastic returns on investment using a strategic approach to digital marketing. She’ll leave you with a framework to follow that works for any size business and a clear understanding of which activities will deliver the best return on time and dollar investment for your organisation.

“Deb Croucher is an exceptional presenter. Her ability to engage with the audience to create an interactive and engaging session is brilliant! Deb’s content is incredibly useful and targeted... all attendees learn tangible and practical lessons.” Cassandra O’Brien, BT Financial Group

LOCATION, DATE, TIME:
Melbourne 25th July
7:30-9:30am
Riversdale Golf Club, 200-280 Huntingdale Rd, Mount Waverley VIC 3149

COST:
AMTIL Members: $20
Non-members: $40

REGISTER NOW FOR MELBOURNE

 


Creating a Digital Brand Strategy for Manufacturing Business Growth, Sydney

Digital marketing is now the mainstream and eclipses all other forms… but unless you have a solid strategy it’s easy to waste time and cash and get no measured return on investment.

This digital brand strategy workshop is for manufacturing business owners and leaders who want to get bang up to date with the latest advances in this fast moving field.

Attendees will gain a clear understanding of what they need to do to create and grow a digital brand in a cohesive
and strategic way and get a return on their investment.

Workshop takeaways:
- Big-picture clarity on what you need to do to grow an effective digital brand
- A groundbreaking strategic framework that works for any size manufacturing business
- Priority tasks that will deliver the quickest return for your organisation

Format:
- 2 hour interactive session
- Industry relevant case studies used for illustration
- Begin work on your brand strategy
- Framework and branding workbook to take away

WORKSHOP PRESENTER
Deb Croucher, Brand Strategist & Founder Brilliant Digital

Lots of people talk about Digital Marketing... but for the past 10 years, Deb and the team at Brilliant Digital have consistently delivered measured results across multiple industry sectors Australia wide. In the manufacturing sector Deb and her team help established companies grow and thrive using a complete, turnkey solution to websites, digital marketing and social media.

Deb is incredibly passionate about the power of digital marketing. During this interactive workshop she’ll use case studies to illustrate how small businesses can make giant leaps forward and get fantastic returns on investment using a strategic approach to digital marketing. She’ll leave you with a framework to follow that works for any size business and a clear understanding of which activities will deliver the best return on time and dollar investment for your organisation.

“Deb Croucher is an exceptional presenter. Her ability to engage with the audience to create an interactive and engaging session is brilliant! Deb’s content is incredibly useful and targeted... all attendees learn tangible and practical lessons.” Cassandra O’Brien, BT Financial Group

LOCATION, DATE, TIME:
Sydney 18th July 7:30-9:30am- Artura Blacktown, 32 Cricketers Arms Rd, Prospect NSW 2148

COST:
AMTIL Members: $20
Non-members: $40

REGISTER NOW FOR SYDNEY

 


AMTIL SA Members Dinner

AMTIL SA Members Meeting

  • Learn about AMTIL's latest projects and initiatives.
  • Network in a relaxed environment.
  • Bring your colleagues and exchange ideas with other AMTIL Members

Includes tapas meal and drinks.

Free for AMTIL and AM Hub Members
Non-members $95

 


AMTIL WA Members Dinner

AMTIL WA Members Meeting

  • Learn about AMTIL's latest projects and intitiatives.
  • Network in a relaxed environment.
  • Bring your colleagues and exchange ideas with other AMTIL Members

Includes three course meal and drinks.

Free for AMTIL and AM Hub Members
Non-members $95

 


AMTIL QLD Members Dinner

AMTIL QLD Members Meeting

Learn about AMTIL's latest projects and intitiatives.
Network in a relaxed environment.
Bring your colleagues and exchange ideas with other AMTIL Members

Includes three course meal and drinks.

Free for AMTIL and AM Hub Members
Non-members $95


SEMICON SOUTHEAST ASIA 2019 (Malaysia)

SEMICON SOUTHEAST ASIA 2019
Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
7-9 May 2019
Global economies are turning digital and it is ‘officially’ the era of smart manufacturing, punctuated by a focus on integration, data and analytics. Smart manufacturing promises significant opportunities to reduce cost, boost productivity and improve quality in microelectronics manufacturing. The semiconductor industry is a proactive front-runner when it comes to implementation of all aspects of smart manufacturing in a fast-changing, highly competitive and innovative industry environment where innovation, collaboration and cross-industry development is key. Given this backdrop, SEMI, the global not-for-profit association advancing the global electronics manufacturing supply chain, has placed smart manufacturing at the centre of SEMICON Southeast Asia 2019, the region's premier gathering of the global electronics manufacturing supply chain. Returning for the fifth year in Malaysia, SEMICON Southeast Asia has paved conversations and business opportunities for industry players in and around the region. Beyond an exhibition, the show connects industry players, industry experts, SMEs, private-and-public partners as well as engineering graduates, and expounds the important need to collaborate in this growing industry. Ng Kai Fai, President of SEMI Southeast Asia believes connecting like-minded professionals from the semiconductor sector is key in ensuring the industry propels forward cohesively, especially given the ‘compulsory’ nature of transitioning to smart manufacturing. “Transitioning to smart manufacturing for the Southeast Asia region is no longer a question of how but a question of when, given the pivotal nature this industry has to the region's economic well-being. The semiconductor industry continues to be a leader in migrating to smart manufacturing. The complexity and precision of our processes and equipment present numerous challenges that are opportunities for improvement through employing smart manufacturing concepts. A key to realising these opportunities will be our ability to formulate a unified plan when adopting the various technologies associated with smart manufacturing as it pushes for a more resilient and innovative economic community.” “A key component at SEMICON Southeast Asia 2019 is our Smart Manufacturing Pavilion where end-to-end microelectronics manufacturing will be brought to life. Each component along the pavilion's multi-step line is displayed, virtually or with actual equipment on the floor, from design and materials through front-end patterning, packaging and test to final board and system assembly. “This will be a live immersive and experiential engagement of the factory of the future within the Show”. There will also be subject matter experts in attendance as well as a unique AR interactive human-machine interface for delegates to experience.” 2/2 In addition, SEMI will be also be hosting an exclusive Hosted Buyer Programme at SEMICON Southeast Asia 2019, a customised business matching platform where buyers in the electronics manufacturing supply chain will be connected to relevant international solution providers by SEMI for collaboration and business opportunities. There will also be three themed pavilions (including the Smart Manufacturing Pavilion), five global pavilions, keynote presentations and forums that will address critical trending topics within the semiconductor ecosystem. “In 2018, there were close to 8,000 delegates from 15 countries resulting in business matchings with foreign buyers with almost USD400 million sales generation. This year we expect more than 9,000 delegates, opening a larger pool of opportunities to grow businesses,” Ng concluded.

www.semiconsea.org


FutureMap - Future-proofing Australian Manufacturing (co-located with Austech) Melbourne

Future-proofing Australian Manufacturing (co-located with Austech)

16 or 17 May 2019 (2 dates available)
Hospitality Suite 3
Melbourne Exhibition Centre
1 Convention Centre Place
South Wharf VIC 3006

Co-located with Austech
8:30am - 11:00am

Competing in today’s increasingly digitalised world and winning in the fourth industrial revolution requires global context and market access, entrepreneurial leadership, a culture of innovation and the adoption of new emerging technologies. But above all, it requires a different set of thinking.
Whether you are new to digital manufacturing or well on the journey, the futuremap workshop will give you valuable insights into the current state of your business and then have you consider where you aspire to be, and by when.
Interactive and packed with industry examples, the workshop is intended specifically for you if you are a manufacturing business owner or senior executive (e.g. General manager) to help you:

• think differently about the opportunities and challenges of digital manufacturing;
• map the current state of your business with respect to capabilities and characteristics vital for future competitiveness and success, and compare this to where you aspire to be in two years from now;
• understand the primary gaps between your current state and your aspirations, to assist you to develop your key areas of focus and potential investment; and
• understand where assistance may be sought to help you on your transition to digital manufacturing.

Prepare to be inspired, learn, and grow as you spend the workshop assessing and mapping your business’ manufacturing capabilities and characteristics using futuremap, a business diagnostic tool developed by IMCRC, and deployed in collaboration the Entrepreneurs’ Programme and industry partners.

Please bring a fully charged laptop or device (tablet, phone) that is WIFI enabled.
Please note that the workshop is limited to 2 representatives per company.

For more information on this workshop, please contact either Mal Clark on 0428 328 228 or Vlado Baban on 0418 120 373

The Entrepreneurs’ Programme is the Australian Government’s flagship initiative for business competitiveness and productivity.
It forms part of the Government’s National Innovation and Science Agenda. The Programme uses experienced Advisers and Facilitators, drawn from industry, to ensure businesses get the advice and support they need to improve their competitiveness, productivity and to maximize their growth potential.

www.business.gov.au/EP


Machine Safety by Design - Training/Workshop 2019 AS 4024.1-2019 Safety of Machinery

Workshop participants cover all crucial elements of the new standard with latest 2019 updates and learn to
apply these to achieve full legal compliance together with enhanced productivity.

Carefully constructed exercises consolidate the essential‘safety by design’ principles.
COVERS:
• Risk assessment • Plant regulations (Law)
• Safety control systems • Validation
• Guarding • Emergency stops
• Unexpected startup • Interlocking
• Ergonomics • Presence sensing

VITAL INFORMATION FOR:
• Machine designers and manufacturers
• OEM’s
• Machinery importers and suppliers
• Electricians
• Technicians and operators
• OH&S professionals
• Managers and supervisors

Frank Schrever
Principal Trainer
Chairman of the Australian Standards Committee for “Safety of Machinery” SF 041 reviewing AS 4024
and other machine-specific standards since 1999.
Frank has over 39 years of experience in instrumentation and automation, designed the first safe automation course at Swinburne University and guest lectures at other educational institutions.

After 12 years as MD of Pilz Australia he established Machine Safety By Design Pty. Ltd. to provide specialist machinery safety consulting and training to the machine industry.

Attendee Registration Form
AMTIL: Suite 1 673 Boronia Road,
Wantirna 3152 Australia VIC.

Bookings contact: Kim Banks
0417 146 102 kbanks@amtil.com.au

AMTIL members receive 10% discount