Worldpoly is proud to be supporting Aussie farmers who are suffering through the current drought affecting most of Australia. Debilitating drought is affecting 100% of NSW, over 60% of Queensland and significant parts of the rest of the country. For many farmers, this drought has been going on for over 6 years but has now […]
The release of the Worldpoly355 sees the requests for an affordable 355mm field welder from many customers around the globe fulfilled. With an operating range of 355mm – 110mm, this machines offers a very wallet-friendly solution to contractors and operators alike with a wide welding range and solid build. Supplied with all the usual trimmings […]
Worldpoly met with DFAT (The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade), METS Ignited and an amazing group of Latin American journalists to discuss sustainable mining and how Australian innovation is being put into action in Latin America. The talks were initiated by METS Ignited CEO Ric Gros who detailed to the journalists what METS Ignited’s […]
The Australian Government is offering a $20,000 instant asset write-off, so if you’ve been putting off buying your new poly welder now’s the perfect time. To qualify, you need to be an Australian company with a turnover of less than $10 million, and you need to be able to receive the goods before July 1st 2017. What does it […]
Third generation small family business Worldpoly, has world domination in its sights. Established in 2000, its history began in 1959 when Tom Hall made the first polyethylene pipe in the Southern Hemisphere. From small beginnings, Worldpoly now exports to 108 countries worldwide, accounting for about 70% of total business. Based in Victoria, Worldpoly is a […]
Worldpoly amongst 38 of Australia’s leading technology companies short listed into the Australian Technologies Competition
And the the runner up for Technology Release of the Year Award is Komatsu, meaning Worldpoly have taken out first place!
Butt welding usage and knowledge has expanded significantly in Myanmar with the opening of the country’s first school devoted to welding HDPE pipe systems. Myanmar National and Local Government Authorities in conjunction with Austrade have developed the first HDPE Pipe Welding School with the assistance of Australian butt welding equipment manufacturer, Worldpoly.