Government supports expansion of Trajan’s Victorian facility

18 April 2019 |

Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) welcomed Minister for Jobs, Innovation and Trade, Martin Pakula at Trajan’s global corporate headquarters in Melbourne today to announce a grant supporting advanced scientific manufacturing in Victoria.

Trajan plans to invest circa A$2.4M into its Melbourne facility, with support from the Victorian Government over the next three years to meet growing global demand for its scientific products and technologies.

Stephen Tomisich, CEO, Trajan Scientific and Medical, says “We are pleased to engage the support of the Victorian Government, highlighting growth areas where Trajan is developing new devices and technologies to improve measurements for healthcare, food and environmental analysis.”

Trajan’s production will be scaled up through investment in sophisticated automation, manufacturing equipment, upskilling staff, and creation of new roles.

“Through continued investment into our team and infrastructure, the advanced manufacturing capability of our Melbourne facility is becoming a global benchmark for precision scientific technologies.” said Mr Tomisich.

This investment complements Trajan’s other centres of excellence, including unique polymer tubing extrusion operations in San Diego, USA; polymer production in Bethel, USA; glass manufacturing of analytical syringes and inlet liners in Penang, Malaysia, as well as Austin, USA.

Mr Tomisich said “At the heart of Trajan’s success is people – we firmly believe in developing our expertise in-house at all of our manufacturing and commercial locations around the world, as well as establishing relationships with partners that align with our commitment to improve human wellbeing.”

Trajan has a strong record of engagement with industry, academic and government partners around the globe, developing innovative analytical technologies and integrated laboratory workflow solutions.

“It’s about working together to translate scientific technologies to benefit people.” said Mr Tomisich.

Source: Trajan


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