Boon for manufacturing industry

Robotics Australia Group chief executive Nicci Rossouw and South East Melbourne Manufacturers Alliance chief exeuctive Honi Walker. Pictures: SUPPLIED.

South East Melbourne Manufacturers Alliance’s (SEMMA) collaborative partnership with Robotics Australia Group (RAG) presents a big leap forward for manufacturing advocacy in the South East.

SEMMA chief executive officer Honi Walker said the partnership is beneficial for both parties.

“This is the first time the two associations have come together to establish a Working Agreement, this partnership will bring great benefits to all our members,” she said.

The partnership aims to foster innovation and growth within the manufacturing industry.

With both organisations sharing a common vision, there is an expectation for new opportunities for knowledge exchange and resource-sharing.

RAG chief executive Nicci Rossouw said she is excited about the partnership.

“We are thrilled to make this declaration and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial association,” she said.

With a drive for manufacturing excellence in the region, SEMMA has a long history of supporting and connecting manufacturers to foster innovation, collaboration and growth.

RAG, by the same token, is a leading industry association who are dedicated to promoting the use of robotics across different fields, with a focus on driving the growth and success of the industry across the country.

This collaboration is an example of the commitment from both organisations, with the expectation of creating a platform for dialogue, idea exchange and strategic partnerships with the ultimate goal of making the southeast a hub for pioneering manufacturing practices.