The Omni Willig Carbon GmbH, a joint venture between Kurt Willig GmbH & Co. KG and the Omni Tanker Pty. Ltd. from Australia, was awarded the Danger / Good Innovation Award for its ultra-light and highly stable CFRP tanks.
The transport of Dangerous Goods is subject to intense scrutiny from authorities, so most companies in the field outsource the transportation of their products to satisfy the complex safety requirements bestowed upon them. However, one Sydney-based family business has gone
Australia’s tanker manufacturing market has been shaken up significantly since the 2016 Melbourne Truck Show and the subsequent double dissolution election, with a range of agile new players challenging incumbent businesses in a segment long considered too complex to be
When Justin Keast, General Manager, Bulk Chemicals, at McColl’s Transport, approached the team at Omni Tanker at the beginning of the year, he had a very clear picture in mind of what he wanted – a tanker to open up
Omni Willig Carbon GmbH (OWC), the European subsidiary of Australian tanker specialist Omni Tanker and partner company Kurt Willig GmbH & Co. KG, has won the coveted Innovation Award at Expo PetroTrans 2016, Germany’s most important industry event in the
Proudly embodying the Turnbull Goverments idea's boom agenda, Sydney business Omni Tanker is a prime example of the strength of Australia innovation. Its locally produced, hightech carbon composite pressure tankers will soon be exported to Europe.
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Omni Tanker Holdings have won the JEC Americas 2016 Innovation Award, Transport Category, for their A & AB Tanks. This prestigious award was received by Daniel Rodgers (CEO) and Luke Djukic (CTO) at the JEC Americas Conference held in Atlanta
Bringing new technology to market is risky business. History has proven that for a new product to be successful, it has to meet a genuine need, at the right time and at the right price to truly leave an impact.