Defence Industry Guide News

ADM take prides in welcoming our newest Defence industry Partners in the latest edition of the Defence Industry Guide.

AML3D and QPE Advanced Machining have announced collaboration to manufacture metal parts to local and international markets.

DECO Australia has invested in a new Innovation Centre at its Minto manufacturing facility.


Tropical Reef Shipyard, the largest slipway in northern Australia, has completed a $10 million expansion and received its renewed DEF(AUST) 5000 certificate.

Comtech’s latest production transceiver, the MT-2025 was tested in Australia in the Spring of 2019. Comtech’s BFT system delivered consistent position reports in the face of a variety of test conditions.

3ME Technology has signed its first public contract with C4 EDGE.

The R&S ARDRONIS drone defense solution from Rohde & Schwarz is booking national success in the public sector market with deliveries to federal authorities and the German armed forces.

Ryan Aerospace won the coveted Queensland Premier’s Export Award in the Small Business Category.

Bellinger Instruments closed on 30 June this year after 52 years of operations, but has swiftly risen once more as Bellinger Systems.

When Parish Engineering was established in Moorabbin, Victoria 75 years ago, WW2 was still raging.

Frontline Manufacturing has just completed a move into a new defence-orientated metal fabrication facility.

The opening of Supashock’s new headquarters yesterday marks another significant step in the growth of the Adelaide-based manufacturer.

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RUAG Australia has inaugurated its new paint booth facility at its Wingfield, SA Surface Finishing Centre.

As they focus on minimising the life cycle costs of platforms and systems, one of the more promising targets for military managers is equipment corrosion.

Beca has been awarded a contract for the continued management of Seaworthiness Materiel Assessments within the RAN’s Fleet Engineering Directorate.

SOS Marine is offering the first 24 YA affiliated sailing clubs that have rescue craft the opportunity to buy an SOS Rescue Ladder for half price.