C-Mac is looking for company acquisitions
Newly established "Staff Committee" had it's first meeting on 7th August 2013.
C-Mac is becoming well known throughout China, India and South East Asia. The University of Western Sydney has done a promotional video to encourage overseas students to undertake postgraduate degrees at UWS.
C-Mac Industries working with Stephen Collier Architects manufactured the front gates, letterbox unit and perimeter fencing of the award winning "Lavender Bay Boat Shed"
C-Mac SloganCreation Competition final decision is pending for the best slogan
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.
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.
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A fellow traveler on the bus mentions they have a very good pot trolley that needs some modifications to make it ideal for the Australian Nursery Industry. Then says “it’s a shame it’s not made in Australia".
An exchange of photographs and emails got a prototype underway with the suggested modifications.
Tested at a local nursery for 6 months. A few more modifications made and then 20 manufactured.
This week, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has approved the overdraft facility for the C-Mac Co-operative.
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.
C-Mac is now registered to display the "Australian Made" kangaroo logo on its products. Start expecting to see yellow kangaroos hopping all around C-Mac!
As a Nursery & Gardening Equipment Manufacturer in Sydney for over 50 years, C-Mac will be exhibiting at this Orchid Show.
On 30th of October, Winglong Pty Ltd in Sydney who is accredited to bring in Chinese government delegations to Australia for short term seminars and visits, organised a group of Chinese government delegates to visit to C-Mac for a short 1.5 - 2 hours to learn about C-Mac’s team management experiences and practices, how do team leaders/supervisors solve on-site problems in a production line.The Chinese government delegations came from the State-owned "Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the Central Chinese Government" consisting of 22 people.
They were very keen and interested in visiting C-Mac, representing a typical manufacturer in the western Sydney area that has advanced HR policies and staff engagement in the decision making processes. The delegation found that C-Mac was a very successful company in precision engineering, steel and metal fabrication and was amaized how few staff could make such a wide variety of diverse products.
The Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence (WSABE) is an annual Awards founded by Parramatta Chamber of Commerce to recognise outstanding business leaders and organisations and to showcase small, medium and large businesses for their excellence in innovation, business ethics, marketing, etc.
In its 28th year, WSABE will again acknowledge outstanding businesses and business people in Western Sydney for their contributions to the development for local businesses and communities.
C-Mac Industries has proved the essence of its values to promote community participation and support. The company has given an opportunity to a young lady to learn more about engineering and acquire new practical skills in areas of industry.
In order to create an member profile of Nursery & Garden Industry NSW & ACT (NGINA), C-Mac's Director Robert McMaster and General Manager Steve Grlyak were interviewed by Val Leeke. A detailed history of C-Mac's nursery equipment was told.