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White Industries to acquire Bradken Ipswich site

White Industries is pleased to announce the acquisition of the manufacturing site currently known as Bradken Ipswich Operations. A Heads of Agreement has been executed by the two companies, with the transfer of the site to take place in quarter...

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The importance of concurrent design

In a highly competitive market with ever-changing global competition, your value proposition should form the basis of every product you create. This entices your customer and gives them confidence, but in doing so, you also need to be confident that...

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We Enrich our Capabilities through Co-operation

White Industries has formed many long-standing partnerships and friendships over the years, Shute–Upton Engineering being one of those. Shut-Upton like White Industries, have been in business for over 60 years and in that time have collaborated on...

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A day in history: Britannia Foundry

Here is a look back into the early History of the early Foundry Industry in Brisbane and Queensland. A rich heritage now being carried on by White Industries in Dalby, Queensland. The Britannia Foundry is a heritage-listed converted Foundry at 210...

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Foundry Tech: Fettling and Heat Treatment

In this edition, we look at Fettling and Heat Treatment. When a pattern is being prepared for moulding, extra features are added such as a runner bar and pouring cup, so the metal can enter and fill the mould cavity at the right speed (too slow and...

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Gladstone’s future: Alumina 2023

Alpha HPA has recently been approved to construct a large-scale industrial plant on a government-backed 9.2-hectare site in Gladstone in early 2023, costing approximately $300m. HPA is the pure form of aluminium oxide, and its desired physical...

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$25k Bonus; White’s 6-Year Apprentice Award

The foundry gathered for a BBQ morning tea Friday 26th January to celebrate Ryan O’Hagan’s achievement in reaching the 6-year milestone in our Apprentice Award Program. Ryan is the second staff member to achieve the milestone in the...

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East Coast Rail Projects, A Very Optimistic Future

It is exciting to see that as more projects pick up pace this year especially in the Rail industry and White Industries being no stranger to large projects, are in the thick of it again. Some of White Industries long term customers are involved...

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Foundry Tech: Tool Steels

The last ferrous metal system that we are looking at in this series is Tool Steels. Tool Steels occupy a unique position in the ferrous family in that components made of Tool Steel are used to make other steel parts. Tool Steels can be used to make...

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New Casting Simulation Specialist  

White Industries would like to extend a warm welcome to Matthew Dunford, in the new role of Casting Simulation Specialist, reporting directly to Dean Taig. Matthew brings with him over 20 years of foundry experience and is excited to now call Dalby...

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