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Mantra Bell City Hotel Ballroom
205-215 Bell Street Preston
Enter main car park off Hotham Street
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Securency International is based in Craigieburn. Securency manufactures unique and innovative substrates for banknotes.
An aggressive focus on leading-edge R&D, and extensive patent strategy protecting advanced and unique security features, has launched a new era in banknotes. Global interest is growing rapidly. Guardian® polymer banknotes have been issued in 27 countries, including Mexico, Vietman, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Brunei, New Zealand, Nigeria, Zambia and Chile. Over 100 different designs have been issued totalling over 20 billion pieces around the world.
Exports represent over 95% of Securency's sales.
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Zeobond is the world leader in developing and commercialising geopolymer technology, marketed as E-Crete, an alternative to Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) utilising 100% recycyled waste (fly ash and slag) and produces 80% less C02. Zeobond works with waste producers and the global construction industry to produce E-Crete concrete products. Zeobond built and operates the world's first geopolymer concrete batching plant, and produces E-Crete for the local Australian market with several additional plants coming online in Asia and North America later in 2009. E-Crete can be used in all applications where concrete is used today. Initial customers include local council, road infrastructure projects and private users.
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Thursday, September 7, 2017
Speaker: Rob Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Polytechnic - Topic: What career options will our young people have? - education in a knowledge economy
Host: CITY OF DAREBIN AND CITY OF WHITTLESEA
- Thursday, December 7, 2017
Host: NORTH Link