Spring is here and while many of us are in lockdown to varying degrees, it’s great to see so many Australian manufacturing businesses and major projects thriving in these challenging conditions.
In this edition of Capability News, we bring you five good (great!) news stories from around the country.
South Australian companies Smart Fabrication, Ingenia and Dematac Automation have set up innovative teaming agreement to win big in the booming SA defence sector. It’s a little different from usual subcontracting arrangements in that the team presents a united front from the start of the tender process.
Similarly, Australian cable manufacturer, Nexans Olex, is working in a consortium with international companies to provide the renewable sector with an entirely new process to design, install and commission cables.
Over in the west, specialist valves business, Profluid, has won contracts worth more the $2.5 million on the Waitsia Stage 2 Development by demonstrating local content value add and leveraging ICN’s process.
Northern Territory electrical contractor MEC NT has likewise used ICN NT and Gateway to win multi-million-dollar defence contracts and boost its workforce in both Darwin and Katherine.
Meanwhile, more than 200 local and regional businesses in NSW are working on one of the country’s largest ever freight rail infrastructure projects. Inland Rail will travel through three states, linking Melbourne with Brisbane. ICN in all three states is helping the Australian Rail Track Corporation identify and connect with local suppliers.
We also bring you news of our partnership with the Australian Made Campaign, as well as our new and improved Gateway offering, and work with ADEO. The new Australian Defence Export Office Pitch Training Program is set to help SMEs refine their business pitch and differentiate themselves from the competitors.
ICN Limited Executive Director Warren Jansen joined an expert group of panelists for the CyberCX Solution Spotlight series, to discuss the Authority to Operate on AWS program (ATO on AWS), designed to simplify and accelerate security and compliance processes for customers deploying workloads on AWS.
Finally, we farewell long-term ICN QLD manager, and our Chair for the past 5 years, Mike Swart. Mike has been a huge asset to our network and I am humbled to be stepping into his shoes.
Chair, ICN Executive Directors
Articles in this newsletter
Upgrade your business on the new Gateway
Over the past 30 years, ICN Gateway has given Australian business access to access to an impressive array of prime clients, including Rheinmetall, Shell, John Holland, Rio Tinto and BAE, and helped them find $30 billion worth of contracts to keep them working and growing… Read more
ICN partners with the Australian Made Campaign
ICN Limited has partnered with the Australian Made Campaign to help support Australian small and medium businesses and to ensure Australian manufacturers are given new opportunities to supply to major projects across the country… Read more
ICN Limited partners with experts to increase security for our customers
ICN Limited Executive Director Warren Jansen joined an expert group of panellists for the CyberCX Solution Spotlight series. ICN Limited takes buyer and supplier security seriously… Read more
Windfarm benefits from innovative cabling solution
ICN maps regional supply chains for major rail project
Work on the largest ever freight rail infrastructure project is underway with the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) and ICN working together to ensure local suppliers can take advantage of opportunities… Read more
Teaming up to win big
A South Australian family-owned engineering fabrication company is seeing big wins in the defence sector, thanks to innovative teaming agreements and ICN Gateway… Read more
ICN puts NT electrical contractors “on the map”
From humble beginning as a sole trader electrical business to winning multi-million-dollar defence contracts, Molloy Electrical Contracting Pty Ltd is a Northern Territory success story... Read more
WA business leverages ICN for success
Western Australian specialist valves business, Profluid, has won contracts worth more than $2.5 million on the WaitsiaStage 2 Development, thanks to help from ICNWA... Read more
Australian Defence Export Office Pitch Training Program
The Australian Defence Export Office, in partnership with 25eight, have created this pitch training program specifically for those businesses that are looking to export defence and dual-use goods and services... Read more