To give something back to our customers, we have decided to host a “Complimentary Marketing Seminar” at C-Mac’s premise so you can learn how C-Mac managed to get over 10,000 visitors to their website every month.
This week, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has approved the overdraft facility for the C-Mac Co-operative.
As of 1st July 2017 a succession plan was implemented at C-Mac where the McMaster family owned business transferred ownership to the new C-Mac workers co-operative.
C-Mac recently achieved another milestone after the registration of the Co-operative were approved by the NSW Fair Trading on 29th May 2017. This achievement also marks the 50 years of manufacturing history of the company. Upon the approval of the Co-operative, 35 jobs were also made secure.
The aim of the Co-operative is to “provide employment to its members in secure and satisfying jobs in a facility that is committed to manufacturing and providing quality products. Through work, the Co-operative offers the possibility of personal and professional development as well as self-management.”
C-Mac Milestone was recently achieved - Formation Meeting for C-Mac Industries (Aust) Co-op Ltd was held on Wednesday 26th April 2017 at the Toongabbie Sporting Club.
Cyclone Debbie brought heavy rains and strong winds to Northeast Australia
A powerful cyclone hit northeastern coast of Australia early Tuesday, 28th March 2017. Cyclone Debbie was forecasted to be a category four storm. It was supposed to reach up to 300 km per hour (185 mph). However, it has been downgraded to a category three storm after it crossed Queensland coast later in the afternoon.
On 5th December 2015, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) Headquarters at Yagoona, NSW had its major upgrade open day. As part of their improvements, they featured a large stainless steel dog bowl!
With mixed feelings, we would like to announce that our valuable Sheetmetal Manager Matt Connolly has decided to further his career and is going to depart from C-Mac this Wednesday as of 26th of October 2016.
On 20th September 2016, Trade Day Expo Sydney (TDES) and the "Fusion Show Case" were held at the Hawkesbury Showground, Sydney. Fusion Showcase was an opportunity for those who have new innovations to showcase to prospective buyers and also be judged and awarded prizes that will receive wider industry publicity.
Thank you for your recent order with C-Mac Industries (Aust.) Co-operative Ltd. We do appreciate your business!
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Sydney traffic is getting worse and worse due to population growth. If you are not living in the local area, it might take you 1-1.5 hours to travel to work during peak hours. If you enjoy driving, you may have a good time travelling to work every day during the off-peak hours, however, most of the office hours starts from 7- 9am and finishes between 3:30 - 5pm. Commuters usually struggle with traffic jams or traffic delays due to unforseen circumstances. Wasted time, wasted petrol and accumulation of fatigue and anxiety are usually the unpleasant results of the commuters.
Between15/05/2016 and 20/05/2016, Fabio Camisa, the international sales manager and representative of the leading Italian horticultural machinery manufacturer Da Ros who is now C-Mac’s partner, is going to visit C-Mac Industries at our premises at 72-74 Mandoon Road, Girraween NSW 2145.
In the popular Mad Max Movie “Fury Road” which is a Oscar Winner, the fuel tanker that was centre stage throughout the whole movie was partly manufactured by C-Mac back in March 2010. Keeping it all hush, hush until the movie was released was adhered to by all staff. Several mock tanks were fabricated with the walk ways on top and delivered to a secure location in Western Sydney.
C-Mac supplied 4 only round tanks 1500mm x 8000mm long and 2 only oval tanks 2400mm x 1400mm x 4500mm long. The tanks were made to look like fuel tankers complete with support stands running their full length. The oval tanks also had combing running the full length of the tops to make them look like actual fuel tanks.
It is interesting and keeps us all at the top of our game with the variety and interesting requests we get from customers.
Following a trade mission trip to Italy hosted by the Italian Chamber of Commerce & Industry last October 2015, C-Mac Industries general manager, Robert McMaster is now pleased to announce a commercial partnership Australia wide with Da Ros who manufacture nursery horticultural automation equipment.
On 10th of December 2015, a list of finalists for Nursery & Gardening Industry Innovation National Award was announced, C-Mac Industries is a finalist.