SAGE Automation has been announced as award finalists in four different awards across the defence and transport industries this month.
As the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) replenishment ship, NUSHIP Supply, makes its way from Spain, SAGE Automation’s Perth-based service team are preparing to go aboard in support of Navantia Australia and perform commissioning and maintenance on the ship’s control systems.
A group of more than twenty representatives from Destroyer Enterprise, including Thales Australia Engineers and Royal Australian Navy personnel from NUSHIP Sydney, were impressed by SAGE Group's Industry 4.0 training and manufacturing capabilities during a tour of the company's headquarters at Tonsley.
It’s that time already. It seems like just months ago we were gearing up for 2018, still riding on the success of an exciting defence contract and settling into our new global head office at Tonsley Innovation Precinct.
Now, as the year comes to a close we reflect on what we’ve achieved.
As the world’s largest naval conference Euronaval 2018 gets underway in Paris, Australian-based company SAGE Automation and Spanish OEM company Detegasa are celebrating a major commercial and industrial partnership agreement together.
This year has marked some exciting milestones for SAGE, including the relocation of our corporate head office to Tonsley Innovation Precinct, the signing of a $2.8 million dollar defence contract with Navantia, and the launch of our second Training Lab in India.
Adelaide-based company SAGE Automation together with Navantia Australia have today signed a $2.8 million contract to supply the control systems for two Royal Australian Navy Auxiliary Oil Replenishment ships, currently being built in Spain.