Since establishment in 2003, AML Advisory (AML) has been involved in the delivery of professional services across regional areas of Australia, including North Queensland. With a strong background in providing assistance to Government agencies including the Department of Defence, AML has provided its specialist services in Cairns, Innisfail and Townsville.
Our primary roles have been involvement in projects that deliver essential maintenance and supply support services (logistics) as well as developing essential training skills, technology, financial resources and infrastructure planning support. This in turn, strengthens our sovereign capabilities, independence and self-reliance.
Most recently, AML has expanded to assist private industry in North Queensland to realise the benefits of technology adoption, streamlining and efficiency gains and the maximisation of performance and reliability that will assist business competitiveness in domestic and global marketplaces.
AML assists industry achieve greater planning
AML has assisted maintenance planning and finance attribution to one of Australia’s most significant major equipment users, the Australian Army. The maintenance analysis was based on international standards for asset management using the principles under ISO 55000 to tackle complex and dynamic challenges. This makes AML an ideal partner when innovating, pivoting or growing your business.
AML is accredited by multiple levels of Government
In addition to being accredited by Federal and State governments organisations across Australia, AML is now accredited by the Cairns Regional Council for the delivery of professional consultancy services across multiple skillsets, including: project management, scheduling, supply chain management, procurement, asset management, business transformation and professional development.
AML has wide ranging defence logistics and commercial experience
AML expertise has delivered a range of services within the Defence domains of Land, Aerospace, Maritime and Joint Systems environments, as well as providing Defence Industry advice and support to deliver defence capability. AML can provide your organisation with guidance and mentorship on how to improve business capabilities to meet a defence market tender, Expression of Interest (EOI) or provide assistance with improving an existing business capability.
AML team members are specialists in Equipment Lifecycle Planning
AML’s understanding of equipment lifecycle planning has been demonstrated though involvement in multiple industry and government (defence) projects since establishment in 2003.
Involvement has been largely focused on projects that are complex, highly technological and require detailed planning from acquisition through implementation to sustainment operations. The multi-faceted understanding of lifecycle factors will assist organisations to make informed and commercially sensible decisions.