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New Touch Industries, laser cutting and fabrication specialists, are maximising their business growth and production efficiency through automation. Their TRUMPF large-scale storage system and TRUMPF laser cutting machine combination is providing their most efficient machinery set-up to date. See the full article here.
New Touch Laser Cutting – Vative Program
Laser cutting is not by any means only for high-tech products or esoteric materials. In fact, “It is highly competitive these days,” Brad explains, “and Melbourne has probably the most competitive laser-cutting environment in the whole world.” When he opened up for business there were only around 40 machines, and at that time that was … Continued
Having established itself as a market leader in Victoria’s laser cutting and fabrication market, New Touch Laser was seeking further expansion both locally and interstate. In achieving that goal, the company embarked on a far-reaching program to implement Lean Manufacturing practices throughout its business. Read more from the AMT magazine April-2013.
Small Business Victoria – How to grow your business strategically
An industry leader in Laser cutting technology, New Touch Laser’s fast turnaround for customers is made possible by their strong support network of suppliers. Read more from Australia’s best manufacturing.
The innovative technology at New Touch Laser has been used in many large engineering and construction projects both internationally and within Australia. Read more from the Knox City Council
New Touch Laser was formed in 2001 with the commencement of their Bayswater laser cutting facility and has become a premier one-stop laser cutting and metal fabrication jobbing shop in Victoria. Read more from Australian Manufacturing Magazine Sept 2011