BAE Systems Australia Round Table: Securing Our Defence Industry's Future
These projects are not just about a dollar sign today, they are absolutely for the long term future of our country.
Karen StantonDirector Corporate and Strategy, Heat Treatment Australia Group
Building Australian industry capability requires long-term planning
If we are going to spend billions of dollars on a national program like we are doing with Land 400 and other programs, there would be an expectation that Australian industry has an involvement in that and we generate some benefit for our people.
John TeagerManaging Director of Ruag Australia
AIC is a pathway to firstly diversifying into Defence and from that platform growing it into export markets.
Jake DingleCEO of Carbon Revolution
Early collaboration essential
It’s about using Australian ingenuity, ideas and innovation and having that contribute to the overall value and the overall capability of the product.
Rohan StockerCEO of Marand Precision Engineering
If technology transfer is done well and its done properly it is a great multiplier for industry.
Gerard OgdenHead of Marketing and Sales, Saab Australia
Transitioning to an advanced manufacturing future
AIC will drive more jobs, more exports and sovereign control
From the Government’s perspective it is sovereignty. It’s about having a capability reside in the nation itself.
Les ZanatiCEO of Mackay Consolidated Industries
- David Bond, BAE Systems Australia Chief Operating Officer
- Jake Dingle, CEO of Carbon Revolution
- Karen Stanton, Director – Corporate and Strategy for HTA Group
- Rohan Stocker, CEO of Marand Precision Engineering
- John Teager, Managing Director of Ruag Australia
- Les Zanati, CEO of Mackay Consolidated Industries
- Gerard Ogden, Head of Marketing and Sales at Saab Australia