The newest member of the ASDAM group, RUAG Australia, has been rebranded to Rosebank Engineering. The name change restores the well known Australian brand to the global Defence Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) and additive technology markets, with an all-new brand implemented across its marketing, communications, digital and non-digital platforms.

Aidan Butler Bonnice, the recently appointed General Manager of Rosebank Engineering said, “Integrating with the other ASDAM companies and restoring the Rosebank Engineering brand are positive steps for the company and I am looking forward to the business and our team prospering as part of the larger group into the future.”

Rosebank Engineering will continue to operate from sites in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland and will continue providing high quality service and support to its customers.

Rosebank Engineering is a maintenance and manufacturing support provider of aerospace systems and components for Australian and other international Defence forces. The company combines engineering expertise with aerospace manufacturing, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), and metal treatment and finishing in their role as a Part 145, DASR Part 21J, EASA Part 145, CASA Part 145, NADCAP, and AS9100D approved organisation.

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