BAE Systems Australia today announced that it has awarded a package of LAND 400 work worth more than $20 million to AME Systems, supporting employment growth in regional Victoria.
BAE Systems Australia today announced agreements with Victorian defence industry worth more than $200 million as part of its bid for LAND 400, the Australian Army’s largest land vehicle acquisition program.
Working 20 years in the one business these days is a significant achievement.
Laura, together with two other nominees were runner ups to the winner, Gabby Montagnese from New Age Caravans at a Gala Event in Melbourne on the 14th July.
AME Systems (Vic) is now a smoke-free workplace across the entire work site at 18 Gordon Street, Ararat and at its new plant in Melbourne. This initiative compliments many other health and wellbeing programs implemented over the past few years.
The Board of AME Systems (Vic) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Joe Rizzo as a non-Executive Director.
AME Systems (Vic) has officially opened a new Melbourne facility which will be strategically important as the business embarks on building on its capability to support their growing needs in an increasingly competitive global environment.
On Wednesday, May 11, 2016, the new Bayswater facility was officially opened by Peter Carthew AM Principal–Director and Andrew Hadjikakou, Managing Director of Kenworth Australia. Photos by Marcus Thomson.
The annual awards acknowledge staff for five, ten, fifteen and twenty years’ continuous service to the company. Overall 32 staff received certificates and a specially struck service acknowledgement badge.
AME Systems recently took the opportunity at their end of year Best Practice luncheon to acknowledge local photographer, Peter Pickering’s contribution to the business over many years with a special presentation.