Wedder​​​​burn News

To keep up to date with the latest news from Wedderburn, sign up to our newsletter. 

Revolutionary Patient Transfer Scale Wins Queen’s Award for Innovation 2021

Posted : May 28, 2021

Wedderburn is excited to announce that the revolutionary Patient Transfer Scale (PTS) has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. The PTS was invented by UK…

NMI Announces National Compliance Plan 2020/21 Program

Posted : October 23, 2020

The National Measurement Institute (NMI) is the Australian Government’s national authority on measurement. Among other things, they are responsible for ensuring businesses trading by weight comply with relevant trade measurement…

Zero waste solution for bulk retailers

Posted : September 11, 2020

The push for more sustainable and environmentally friendly options has continued to be popular with Australian consumers – even with the troubles of COVID-19. The pandemic has also made us…

Instant Asset Write-Off Thresholds Increased and Expanded

Posted : June 9, 2020

The Federal Government has announced that the Instant Asset Write-Off (IAWO) will be increased and expanded as part of the COVID-19 stimulus package. Claim deductions of up to $150K for eligible purchases, valid until Dec 31 2020.

Biodegradable labels without compromise

Posted : December 10, 2019

A new range of compostable labels are now available in Australia and New Zealand. Certified to EN13432 the European Industrial Composting Standard these labels also comply with standards for direct food contact.

Improving patient outcomes with revolutionary weighing system

Posted : December 5, 2019

Many drug classes require accurate patient weight. But often, it’s too difficult to weigh immobile patients – especially in emergency situations. That’s why a UK emergency nurse invented a revolutionary system to weigh patients during lateral transfer.

It’s here … a cost-neutral way to recycle label waste

Posted : December 5, 2019

Imagine recycling your label waste into 75 tonnes of pulp that will be used to make approx. 125 tonnes of magazine paper. It’s achievable thanks to a new, cost-neutral initiative recently introduced to Australia.