The coronavirus has turned many business models on their heads. None more so than local manufacturing with many winners coming out of the pandemic. With global trade disrupted, delivery timelines and freight charges blowing out, and lockdowns across the world, many Australian blind businesses have reassessed who they source from. As a result, machinery manufacturers are reporting large orders and backlogs for new machines as local fabricators look to boost capacity. Add in the instant asset write off scheme running this financial year and next and the machinery market is booming, but not without its challenges.
TRIPLE M TRADING Triple M Trading Managing Director, Simon Meyer has been selling packaging machines... READ MORE