Engineering Dunedin Incorporated (EDI) is a support organisation for engineering manufacturers based in Dunedin. It was established early 2004 and it continues to promote a growing and prosperous cluster group.
Engineering Manufacture in Dunedin was established in the goldfield days well over one hundred years ago. The skills of the early Scottish immigrants was significant in giving Dunedin its prominent position both locally and overseas and this recognition of competence in all aspects of engineering continues today.
Currently there are some 50 individual and corporate members supporting the aims and objectives of the Society. EDI members operate under a common Code of Practice with a view to fully satisfying the expectation of the business community and maximising the amount of work undertaken in Dunedin.
The specific aims of the Group include:
- Support and promotion of industry training
- Promotion of research, commercialisation and exporting opportunities
- Cooperation with other organisations sharing similar objectives
- Creation of job opportunities and expansion of the industry in Dunedin
- Improving the financial viability of engineering manufacture in Dunedin
- Support for new manufacturing industries
The major engineering manufacturing and related organisations in Dunedin are all members of Engineering Dunedin Incorporated. As a result EDI represent and speak for the industry as a whole.
Some of our major member companies and related organisations are as follows:-
- Farra Engineering
- Scott Technology
- Milmeq Engineering
- University of Otago
- Dunedin City Council
- Otago Polytechnic
- Fulton Hogan
- Delta Utility Services
- Palmers Mechanical
EDI members are proud to continue to provide and improve upon the skills and achievements of the early Scottish pioneers.
EDI Executive Members and Named Representatives
|Photo||Executive Position||Contact Details|
|Secretary / Treasure||
|Fisher and Paykel||
Note: Alternative Representatives of Companies may attend Executive Meetings