Jade from ThermoBrush commenced work with our toolmaker KTS in early 2016 with an idea and a concept that she was super passionate about. Jade’s idea, a purpose built brush to clean the very popular European cooking appliance the Thermomix owned by Vorwerk. In 2015 Thermomix boasted a
Like plenty of businesses these days, we try to do all we can for our environment. Our ambitious goal is to make products with 100% recycled plastic where possible. Creating products with recycled plastic uses 88% less energy than using raw materials. We advocate for business to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Adding a recycling
From its humble beginnings as a crude prototype, there was never any doubt that Peter Millers “Lockie” would not succeed. Cresta were lucky to meet Pete at the beginning of his journey, and we have been there every step of the way from prototype tooling, crash testing, seat belt testing, printing advice, working to Australian
For 18 years South Australian companies Cresta Plastics and PMB Defence have been working together to produce some of the most sophisticated technology for Australia’s Defence industry. In 1997 Cresta Plastics, a company which specialises in the moulding of plastics and rubber components joined forces with PMB Defence, a company which supplies submarine battery systems.
National Manufacturing Week 2015 We are really excited to be attending the 2015 National Manufacturing Week at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. We will be in Melbourne Friday 27th to 29th of May and are looking forward to meeting with other manufacturers. This event promises to showcase some of the best Manufacturer’s Australia has to
Spotlight SA Manufacturers: Remlap Tracking Pty Ltd Cresta Plastics has been supplying quality components to Remlap Tracking for their extensive range of curtain tracking and designer rod range for many years. Last year Remlap celebrated their 25th year of business and the future looks bright for this South Australian manufacturing company. Cresta is proud to
Cresta Plastics has long supported and moulded products for many local SA businesses. We have always been aware that supporting and buying local directly supports our local economy and has positive long term benefits for South Australia. Buying local is not always easy as more companies look to reduce their manufacturing costs and have their
South Australia predominately consists of responsible minded manufacturers with environmental and sustainability issues on the agenda of industry leaders. The journey to environmental management can be financially prohibitive; change of practice, constant education topped with the costs of accreditation can be intimidating for small to medium enterprise. Smaller accreditation companies such as ECAAS offer an