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Around 70 visitors toured the Leussink plant on the day.
Around 70 visitors toured the Leussink plant on the day.
 










Showcase for machining processes

An east coast-based engineering company has treated visitors from across Australia to a demonstration of its technologies and processes.
The event was conducted under the auspices of i3Net and the Illawarra Innovative Industry Network. The i3Net is a local Illawarra business initiative that brings in visitors from all parts of Australia.

The visit was organised by i3net, a network of companies based in the Illawarra area.
The visit was organised by i3net, a network of companies based in the Illawarra area.
For Illawarra-based Leussink, the visit was a major opportunity to show personnel from rail, mining, engineering, shipping, defence and other industry sectors active demonstrations of the company’s technologies and processes. Some of the applications are also extremely relevant to the quarrying and extractive industries.

Leussink welcomed delegates from companies such as the Fortescue Metals Group and Railcorp who were keen to inspect expertise suitable for outsourcing or maintenance and repairs.

“We received a lot of positive feedback from that visit,” Leussink director Jason Leussink said. “This [event] gave us about 70 high calibre visitors in one day who, without coming in person, would not have a clear picture of just how professional we are, how capable we are on the global stage, and just how well equipped and world class our fabrication and machining plant is.”

Demonstrations to companies such as Fortesque Metals Group help Leussink to forge a strong business bond.
Demonstrations to companies such as Fortesque Metals Group help Leussink to forge a strong business bond.
Flagship demonstration
For the visit, Leussink demonstrated one of its flagship technologies, the Demmeler fixturing and welding tables, as well as its skills and technologies for machining components, and its selection of high-tech milling centres.

As part of their visit to the Illawarra region, delegates also toured the BlueScope Steel facility in Port Kembla, one of the tier one industrial businesses in the region.

i3net is a not-for-profit network of manufacturers and industrial service providers, whose clients are in mining, minerals processing, infrastructure, energy and defence. 

The network has a diverse range of member companies from sole traders to multinationals and creates opportunities for members to take part in activities such as networking, exploring tendering opportunities, joint marketing initiatives and project bids, training, workshops and information sessions.

Source: Leussink










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