Industry and business participation is critical to both the research and education efforts of Alignment Enginerring Limited.
When our team interacts in a multi-disciplinary environment, revolutionary ideas are generated that often provide us with a competitive advantages over our industry peers. We have a clear, organic understanding of where the industry is today and the exciting path that helps us learn for the future.
SouthMACH 2015, now in its sixth season returns in May 2015 to Christchurch.
Engineering & manufacturing machinery and technology suppliers are showcasing the latest innovative solutions at SouthMACH 2015, the industry's premier trade show. With over 120 exhibits and a live demo & seminar area, anyone involved in manufacturing or engineering technology will benefit from experiencing the vast array of technologies available at SouthMACH 2015.
SouthMACH 2015 is two days of comprehensive problem solving and networking to provide attendees with solutions to the complex challenges faced by industry today. SouthMACH is the only manufacturing and engineering technology trade show for 2015 in NZ and is free for visitors & buyers to attend (trade only).
VANZ is a non-profit organization, focused in the area of condition based maintenance strategies both preventative and predictive and covers all aspects of reliability engineering.
Anyone with an interest in the area of asset reliability is eligible to join VANZ. In-house technicians, consulting engineers, suppliers and distributors of specialised equipment, engineering students can all contribute and gain from membership.
Appita, the Australasian Pulp and Paper Industry Technical Association, facilitates the network of stakeholders to advance the technical capability and expertise of the Australian and New Zealand pulp and paper industry.
Mobius Institute is dedicated to helping people master the skills required to improve reliability in industry.
Mobius Institute is a worldwide provider of Reliability Improvement, Condition Monitoring and Precision Maintenance education to industrial plant managers, reliability engineers and condition monitoring technicians, allowing plants to be successful in implementing Reliability Improvement programs through delivery of more easily understandable and comprehensive training of Reliability and Vibration Analysis via public, in-plant and online education programs.
Local industry will benefit from training offered at Manukau Institute of Technology, with the purpose built Maintenance and Reliability Centre.
MIT is offering short courses to train staff to repair and diagnose faults, as well as ensuring the overall reliability of machinery. The training is vital for the manufacturing industry where machinery breakdowns cost companies huge dollars in labour and replacement parts. When trained staff are available to find faults and fix them, the downtime for machinery or a production line is reduced, which increases overall productivity.
Through this training MIT hopes to promote proactive approaches to maintenance engineering and plant reliability to improve efficiency and reduce the costs for New Zealand companies.
We welcome you to the world class Faculty of Science & Engineering here at the University of Waikato.
Our research and our internationally recognised teaching staff are supported by some of the world's most advanced laboratory equipment. Our graduates go on to pursue rewarding careers both here and overseas, with the knowledge that they are making a difference to the lives of others.
From trades certificates to bachelor’s degrees and beyond. Waiariki is a great place to study with a wide range of courses and skilled tutors in one of the most beautiful regions of New Zealand with campuses in Rotorua, Taupo, Tokoroa and Whakatane.
Our community is diverse and at Waiariki we celebrate diversity and difference through our distinctive bicultural focus.
People with mechanical engineering and machinery and equipment manufacturing skills are in demand to design, make and maintain tools and machines across a vast range of industries.
Improve your chances for employment by gaining a qualification in engineering or welding at Bay of Plenty Polytechnic. You'll be learning in new purpose-built training facilities, the biggest of its kind in the country.
Aquip Systems is an Australian-owned, multi-disciplined instrumentation company that has been operating in Australia for twenty years.
They deliver high quality products and specialised services to the petroleum, mining, marine, power, manufacturing and processing, and food industries.
Accurate Instruments (NZ) Ltd. is a 100% New Zealand owned company and is the Master Distributor in NZ for a number of International Instrument manufacturers.
A division of the NZ Marine Industry Association, NZ Marine ITO's special character as an industry training organisation is built on the long tradition of apprenticeships in New Zealand's boating industry. From successful trailer power boats to internationally acclaimed superyachts and race winning performance yachts, the New Zealand marine industry is forecast to double in size over the next 10 to 15 years and is dependant on a strong and well trained work force.
The NZ Marine ITO is also responsible for managing the training of all Composites Industry trainees.
Graduates of the NZ Marine ITO are recognised as fully qualified tradespeople by the New Zealand Composites Industry and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). In addition, thanks to the professional reputation of the New Zealand Marine and Composites Industries internationally and to the high standards of training, NZ Marine ITO graduates are highly regarded and sought after around the world.
FIEA is the key to Improving Your Operating Efficiencies and International Competitiveness. The Forest Industry Engineering Association (FIEA) a division of Innovatek Ltd, is a unique grouping in Australasia. It's the principal vehicle for technology transfer for forestry and wood products companies. Through a range of independent programmes, new product and process technologies are introduced to New Zealnd and Australian companies. Technologies best suited to the size of the industry and to the local resource are being identified and "showcased".
A regular series of conferences, practical workshops and managed exhibitions are run every year. Forestry and wood product companies, key product suppliers, researchers and technology providers from throughout the world are targeted and involved with the programmes. In addition to these events, new resources from the technology programmes are being supplied to New Zealand and Australian companies.