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White Industries Helps to Tighten Supply Chain 

Recently, White Industries dispatched one of their largest orders on record and was dependably delivered on time, directly to the customer’s mine site in Western Australia. 135 different patterns were examined and checked 402 individual...

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The Lean Manufacturing Process 

In the face of increased competition in 2012, White Industries set out to see how they could improve productivity. The answer proved to be the Lean manufacturing principals. Lean manufacturing requires a relentless pursuit of reducing anything that...

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Foundry Tech: Stainless Steel

Mild and low alloy steels continue to be the most widely used ferrous materials, due to their cost-effectiveness and high-performance properties. However, they do have a  tendency to rust or corrode if left unprotected. This is due to the affinity...

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Healthy Workers are Happy Workers!

Each year White Industries rewards staff who have stayed healthy and have also worked with White’s for a full 12 months. This year, 16 staff earned either a $400 for no absence or a $200 voucher for one day of absence, to spend at our local...

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Customer Product Insight – Mainetec Buckets

In 2018, Mainetec approached White Industries to supply a new range of excavator bucket components. When this new high performance Hulk bucket was being designed, Mainetec specified high integrity, high performance materials. Their material...

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Why coronavirus is ‘wake up call’ against Chinese products

Most Australians are convinced the COVID-19 pandemic has been a “wake up call” and that we should ramp up local manufacturing instead of relying on Chinese goods. According to a new YouGov poll, which was carried out on behalf of the Australian...

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Foundry Tech: Low Alloy Steel or LAS

In this article, we’ll look at the workhorse of industry, Low Alloy Steel or LAS. This family of steels has many different properties can be produced to meet different needs, such as strength, hardness, wear resistance etc. LAS is used in dragline...

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Apprentice Spotlight – Gordon Munroe

Gordon made his way to White Industries after holding a variety of positions throughout his career including running his own butcher’s shop and being a meat inspector at Oakey. Initially starting in the Finishing area at White Industries,...

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White Industries 60 Years of Manufacturing in Dalby, Queensland

After 60 years White Industries is still family-owned, and making castings in their facilities based in Dalby, Queensland. The company has grown from humble beginnings to one of the most modern and largest foundries with an inhouse CNC Machine shop...

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Should you be using local manufacturers?

The extent to which global supply chains rely on China’s manufacturing has been brought into sharp focus. Entire cities in China have ground to a halt, as businesses are forced to slow down or close altogether as workers are quarantined to contain...

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