Development Partnerships
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Product Development Partnerships (PDP)

Research and Development at IOP is prioritised to meet the ever changing needs of our customers. The businesses operate in the world with ever changing technologies. The question is whether your business is part of those changing dynamics and technological influences.


We are always open to form Product Development Partnerships (PDP) with our customers. We can fully understand the challenges facing them and they can be part of our internal-driven innovations to understand our capability and technologies we develop. Together we can move forward in a partnership to face the challenges and develop suitable products and solutions that exceed expectations.


We work in partnership with many of our customers, mutual benefits have resulted from our joint efforts. The developments continue to be part of our programmes every year.







“Collaboration is vital to sustain what we call profound or really deep change, because without it, organizations are just overwhelmed by the forces of the status quo”   Peter Singe



“Coming together is a beginning;

Keeping together is progress;

Working together is success”

Henry Ford


“We believe in deep collaboration and cross pollination in order to innovate in a way others cannot”


We take collaborations seriously in our business. We have collaborations with companies within our group, AECI, customers, companies serving the same application markets, and many more.


We are driven by our entrepreneurial spirit, creativity and innovation, cross-pollination within and outside applications we serve, openness to new ideas and challenges, passion, knowledge and unwavering trust to those we serve.







Lack of collaboration hindering innovation: Pyne


Christopher Pyne says Australia’s manufacturing industry must ­improve its links with the country’s researchers, warning that a lack of collaboration is hindering innovation in an era of “intense global competition”.

The science behind collaboration


Team work is the way to go and the science behind collaboration proves brands have a lot to gain by collaborating with their consumers. From priceless perks like word of mouth, co-creation and real-life insights, brands don’t need to dig deep to engage further loyalty and further marketing reach through collaboration. But what’s in it for the consumers, why is it that collaborative marketing works as a win-win for both parties? Can the important stuff, like sales impact and ROI of word-of-mouth still really be measured using collaborative marketing?