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Wollongong is home to many large and established advanced manufacturing companies that are servicing Australia and the world with high quality and high performance manufactured products.
With highly skilled employees in the design, R&D, fabrication and quality assurance areas, these businesses are successfully competing globally for business. Some of these advanced manufacturing businesses include:
Other advanced manufacturing business who call Wollongong home are Bluescope, Komatsu, Ixom and David Brown Santalo.
By moving your business to Wollongong you will be exposed to companies who are actively seeking partnerships, can handle significant growth and foster a supportive business environment.
The infrastructure in Wollongong that will help support your advanced manufacturing business includes the Port of Port Kembla, the new AIE Gas Terminal, our road and rail infrastructure that will connect you to the rest of Australia. Wollongong is only an hour from the Sydney International Airport and enjoys digital connectivity on par with other major cities thanks to our National Broadband and LoRaWAN. Click here for detailed information on these and other infrastructure located in Wollongong.
Wollongong has brownfield and greenfield precincts for manufacturing operations. Our largest brownfield precinct is at Port Kembla. This precinct is ideal for advanced manufacturing businesses who are involved in heavy industry, machinery or the development of building products.
The Wollongong greenfield precinct is located at West Dapto/Kembla Grange. This industrial location is ideal for advanced manufacturing businesses in health manufacturing and high-end advanced manufacturing.
Wollongong is also home to the research and design teams of global manufacturing companies, including Komatsu and Stolway. These companies benefit from the University of Wollongong’s engineering expertise and graduates. Some are based at UOW’s Innovation Campus.