Schaeffler Australia

 
 
 
 
 
 
History

from 1990 to 1999

 
 

1990

INA acquired premises in Taren Point, located in the southern suburb of Sydney, about 20 km from the CBD, to be able to expand its local production capabilities.

 

1992

Schaeffler Australia’s former FAG Grinding Mill Division in Melbourne. This Competence Centre specialist develops solutions for Grinding Mill applications Worldwide; the original location was in Moorabbin, Melbourne on the premises of an FAG distributor, RBC. The roots of this Competence Centre can be traced back almost 30 years.

 

1993

FAG Australia became a Quality accredited company to ISO 9002 standards and was granted preferred supplier status with their many and diverse customers.

 

1993

INA Australia started producing the Rocker Arms for FORD. A first for INA world wide.

 

1994

Emerging Australian bearing requirements for the mining industry in Queensland compelled FAG to strengthen its engineering services by opening the first office in Brisbane. April 1994 the New Zealand office moved to present Fox and Gunn premises.

 

1995

FAG In New Zealand moved to new larger premises in Auckland to serve rapidly growing domestic market.

 

1996

INA Demolished building at Taren Point and rebuilt totally new premises on the same site to increased efficiency in manufacture of Rocker Arms for the Ford Falcon and provide ability to increase production activities.

 

1999

INA started the manufacture of complete Valvetrain Assemblies, Rocker Arms, and VT Shaft Supports for the Ford Falcon.