Latest News

Tsubaki Australia - Leading the APCO Targets

We are proud to announce that Tsubaki Australia are leading Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) targets with our results for 2022.

This is based on our overall performance in the 2022 APCO Annual Report - compared to the average score of all of APCO Members who submitted an SME Report by July 14, 2022.

Please see our results here: 2022 Benchmarking Report.pdf.

For further information on APCO Targets and more details on their action plan, please view here: 2022 Annual Report Action Plan .pdf

Continue reading »

Case Study - Fork Lift Industry

We saved our customer in the Fork Lift industry $25,000 through replacing existing chain, with Tsubaki Leaf Chain...

➔Customer Problem

Our client was experiencing frequent chain replacements on their fleet of hire forklifts. They were using a cheaper brand of chain compared to Tsubaki, and were having issues with parts not interlacing and not lasting the required service period. .

Tsubaki offered a solution that included...

Continue reading »

Case Study - KabelSchlepp

Find out how we saved our customer in the insulation manufacturing industry $9,000 through Tsubaki KabelSchlepp...

➔Customer Problem

Our customer was experiencing downtime with cable/airline damage from buildup of excess product. Excess insulation material was getting into the energy chain and was causing the chain to bind, break and eventually would damage cables.

Tsubaki offered a solution that included...

Continue reading »

Tsubaki Australia - Newest Sponsor of the Big Yellow Bus Appeal

Tsubaki Australia are now the newest gold sponsor of the Big Yellow Bus appeal at Early Links in East Maitland, NSW. Early Links are a registered charity & NDIS provider who empower people with additional needs by supporting inclusion. Our donation will help give the Big Yellow Bus (brought to you by Whitehaven Coal) a much-needed renovation.


tal-olvier-website.jpg

Continue reading »

Case Study - NDT Testing

We saved our customer $400,000 in the Mining Industry, here is how we did it...

➔Customer Problem

Foreign material moved through the conveyor causing overload, resulting in limit switches engaging and stopping in the conveyor. Tsubaki was engaged to conduct non-destructive testing to check chain for pins cracking. The chain sustained damage during operation and our client had concerns the chain would fail prematurely.

Tsubaki offered a solution that included...

Continue reading »