The videos below relate to Tasmania’s Manufacturing sector.
Former Queenslander Andrew Denman found Tasmania the perfect fit for his love of wooden boat building and coastal cruising.
18 February 2019, Brand Tasmania
Celebrating the collaboration between 650 Incat employees, 250 on site contractors and over 1,000 suppliers around the world that delivered Saint John Paul II the largest RoPax ferry on the Mediterranean.
8 February 2019, Brand Tasmania
Saint John Paul II built by Incat Tasmania Australia was delivered to Maltese company Virtu Ferries in January 2019.
29 January 2019, Brand Tasmania
In its 25th year, the Tasmanian Export Awards recognise excellence in exporting by Tasmanian enterprise. A special trophy was designed by designer Scott Van Tuil to celebrate the milestone.
14 November 2018, Brand Tasmania
In its 25th year, the Tasmanian Export Awards recognise excellence in exporting by Tasmanian enterprises.
13 November 2018, Brand Tasmania
Defence manufacturing is becoming big business in Tasmania and it is no surprise that the Prince of Wales Bay just north of Hobart is developing a reputation as one of Australia's defence Precincts.
29 August 2018, Brand Tasmania
This short video profiles a number of the Tasmanian companies that provide support to Antarctic expeditions using Tasmania as their gateway to Antarctica.
27 June 2018, Brand Tasmania
Brand Tasmania is set to launch the video Tasmania, this is our time to celebrate an extraordinary period of achievement by our Partners and other businesses and organisations in the State.
11 December 2015, Partner News December 2015
Built at Incat’s shipyards in Hobart, Tasmania, this is the world’s fastest ship. With a cargo of over 1,000 passengers and 150 cars, the 99-meter catamaran can travel at speeds of up to 58 knots or 107 km per hour. Its new owner, Buquebus Ferries, has named it ‘Francisco’ in honour of Argentinean-born Pope Francis.
16 July 2013, Brand Tasmania