Warren & Brown inducted into Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame


Thursday, 11 May, 2017


Warren & Brown Technologies has been inducted into the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame Awards, which were established in 2001, recognise individuals and companies who embrace new technologies and manufacturing techniques, and excel in business innovation. With the theme of Growing Advanced Manufacturing, this year’s awards highlighted outstanding achievements by local businesses and individuals who uphold a high standard of excellence in Victorian manufacturing.

“Over 96 years, Australian and global telecommunications and automotive businesses have relied on the design, manufacturing and service of Warren & Brown and the thousands of Australians that have been employed in this company over those many decades,” WBT Managing Director Neil Domelow said. “All we have done is to meet their expectations and I sincerely thank the Victorian Government for recognising the efforts of a truly great WBT team of people.”

With headquarters and extensive operations in Melbourne, Australia, WBT also has offices and manufacturing facilities in the Philippines, India, Vietnam and New Zealand.

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