1200 people now work at Tonsley – more than in those final days of car production in 2008.
At Tonsley we are proud of the businesses that call our innovation district home and like to celebrate their achievements. ZEN Energy is one such business that has generated a great deal of success over the past year. Take a look at a snapshot of these.
US-based medical device manufacturer ProTom International will build a cancer-fighting, proton therapy machine assembly, test and training facility at Tonsley - creating 165 jobs.
Phoenix Contact, multinational electrical engineering and automation specialists, have just finished moving in to their new home in the MAB at Tonsley.
In April 2018, the New Venture Institute, in partnership with the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute, is launching the new Innovative Manufacturing Accelerator program for current and future manufacturing businesses.
Two South Australian firms that are leaders in off-site modular construction and other aspects of the building industry have made a long-term commitment to Tonsley.
The New Venture Institute (NVI) at Flinders University has achieved global recognition by being named the ‘Top Challenger in Asia-Pacific’ in the latest UBI World Benchmark Study.
Tonsley will become the home of an Australian-first, $11.4 million demonstration plant that will produce hydrogen from renewable energy.
The New Venture Institute is launching an Innovative Manufacturing Accelerator program, focused on helping small to medium enterprises (SMEs) address business challenges by using advanced-manufacturing tools and techniques known as industry 4.0.