Since its inception in 2001, the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame has recognised outstanding businesses and individuals in the manufacturing industry.
Adopting the theme of "Industrial Evolution", the 2019 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards will run in alignment with National Manufacturing Week and will recognise the innovative, visionary and entrepreneurial businesses that contribute to the strength and future of Victorian Manufacturing.
Nominations for the 2019 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards have now closed.
The winners will be announced at the 2019 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards Gala Dinner to be held at the Peninsula at Docklands on Tuesday, 14 May 2019. This superb event will provide you with the opportunity to network with your industry peers and host your clients, staff and suppliers as we celebrate excellence in Victorian manufacturing.
How do I nominate?
Nominations for the 2019 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame have now closed.
Company awards at this year’s event include:
- Manufacturer of the Year – Small Business (less than 20 employees)
- Manufacturer of the Year – Medium Business (20-200 employees)
- Manufacturer of the Year – Large Business (over 200 employees)
- Company Induction
- Leader in Workforce Skills Development
- Leader in Industry 4.0
- Leader in Innovative Product Development and Commercialisation
- Leader in Global Supply Chain Partnerships
Individual awards at this year’s event include:
- Honour Roll - Service to Industry
- Young Manufacturer of the Year (aged 35 or under at 14 May 2019)
- Woman Manufacturer of the Year
2018 Company award winnersThe 2018 Company award winners were:
Manufacturer of the Year – Small Business (less than 20 employees) - Osteon Medical
|Manufacturer of the Year – Medium Business (20 - 200 employees) - Creature Technology Co.|
|Manufacturer of the Year – Large Business (over 200 employees) - Bosch Australia|
|High Growth Sector – Construction - Entegra Signature Structures|
|High Growth Sector – Defence - Albins Performance Transmissions|
|High Growth Sector – Food and Fibre - Chobani|
|High Growth Sector – Medical Technology and Pharma - Leica Biosystems|
|High Growth Sector – New Energy Technologies - Keppel Prince Engineering|
|High Growth Sector – Transport - Bombardier Transportation Australia|
|Company Induction - Boeing Aerostructues Australia|
|Leader in Workforce Skills Development - PACCAR Australia|
|Leader in Industry 4.0 - Siemens|
2018 Individual awardsThe 2018 Individual award winners were:
|Honour Roll – Service to Industry - David and Tony Ellul, Marand|
|Young Manufacturer of the Year - Vanessa Katsanevakis, Sussex Taps|
Previous Award recipients
Since its inception, the Manufacturing Hall of Fame has recognised companies and individuals across Victoria. Note that profiles of previous award recipients are as at the time of winning the award.
If you have any enquiries about the Awards, get in contact with us by phoning the hotline on 13 22 15.