Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan today visited AME Systems in Ararat to celebrate their success in achieving Northrop Grumman certification.
Ararat success story AME Systems has continued to cement its position as a major player in Victorian manufacturing by winning a national business award.
AME Systems has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2021 for Business Excellence.
On the 24th September 2021 staff at Ararat’s AME Systems raised substantial funds toward research into motor neurone disease as part of the Fight MND Ice Bucket Challenge. Eight staff braved the icy water, including Managing Director Nick Carthew, raising over $5,500.
This week AME Systems welcomed 46 new Samoans to support their ongoing rapid growth. A lot of hard work has gone in to securing these new employees who have become a very welcome addition to the AME Systems workforce.
Delivering great wire processing solutions is only part of the deal. Case in point: Australian Komax distributor Suba Engineering, through its equipment maintenance program, has given customer AME Systems a great performance boost.
As part of the Australian Government’s commitment to strengthening Australia’s economy AME Systems has signed up to the Pacific Labour Scheme to help address workforce shortages.
LOCAL manufacturer AME Systems has decided to do something about the accommodation shortage in Ararat by purchasing the recently vacated Rex Hotel.
Wiring harnesses to be included in Northrop Grumman’s MQ-4C builds.
Boeing Australia and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) have successfully completed the first test flight of the Loyal Wingman uncrewed aircraft.