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Weld Australia (formerly known as the Welding Technology Institute of Australia / WTIA) represents the welding profession in Australia. Its members are made up of individual welding professionals and companies. Weld Australia members are involved in almost every facet of Australian industry and make a significant contribution to the economy. Weld Australia is the Australian representative member of the International Institute of Welding (IIW). Mission Weld Australia's mission is to represent the interests of members and safeguard the public by ensuring the integrity of in-service welds, and to promote the use of best practice technology and quality systems. Weld Australia brings individual and company members together into a community to deliver: - A forum for the exchange of ideas and the sharing of resources - A voice to promote the interests of the welding community and shape the market for welding services - Specialist technical problem solving and a conduit between industry and research organisations - A pathway for learning and career development and the opportunity to benchmark against world's best practice Onshore Welding Weld Australia considers the current trend towards sending steel infrastructure projects overseas to be a significant threat to the future of welding in Australia. Without a base load of welding-reliant projects, the inflow of talented apprentices, engineers and scientists into the profession will dry up and fabrication companies will cease to exist. In turn, our strategically vital infrastructure companies in power, water, mining, oil & gas, road, rail and defence will have to rely on overseas expertise. Weld Australia is committed to ensuring all aspects of the welding profession in Australia are internationally competitive and that our companies are fairly treated in comparison with offshore competition.
Carrum Downs VIC 3201
Wolters Steel Mesh & Hardware Supplies
From humble beginnings in a hardware store and steel workshop in Playne Street Frankston, and with a staff of just four, Wolters opened its doors in 1976 to provide steel and hardware supplies to the building trade. Backed by their now famous motto "If we haven't got it, we will get it for you!", Wolters established a solid reputation for total customer focus and service excellence. With a goal to provide added value for customers in the building and construction industry, Wolters diversified into fabrication further developing its products and services. Today Wolters has become a major reseller/distributor of reinforcement mesh/bar and accessories. Due to its expertise and commitment to ongoing improvement in both service delivery and high quality product, Wolters has established strong relationships with numerous builders and major contractors in the building industry and of course, the general public. With branches located in Carrum Downs, Pakenham and Mornington and with a fleet of trucks (including large crane vehicles) Wolters is well placed to continue servicing Melbourne metropolitan, Mornington Peninsula and rural Victorian communities.