VEEM was established in 1968 by Voyka and Elizabeth Elise Miocevich and began as a small engineering services company specialising in the repair and dynamic balancing of drive shafts, engines and other rotating equipment.

Today VEEM a is a marine technology disruptor specialising primarily in propulsion and stabilisation systems and also provides products and services to the marine, defence and mining industries. The company has grown to become a premium manufacturer of sophisticated equipment for a variety of industries winning countless export awards, design awards and innovation awards around the world.

Read more about VEEM’s rich history below.

‘Wirin’ Statue – Cast by VEEM and erected in Perth’s Yagan Square

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In early 2018, VEEM cast one of the biggest statues of an Aboriginal figure in the country.  ‘Wirin’, which is 6.1m tall was cast at VEEM in January and installed…

VEEM Lathe – A History of Innovation

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The Lathe is just one example of VEEM’s innovation and precise manufacturing throughout history. Heavy Duty lathes are an essential piece of equipment for workshops, tool rooms, class rooms and…

Anzac Bell brought to life at VEEM

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Perth’s newest addition, a 6.5 tonne bell to be installed into the Perth Bell Tower to mark the centenary of Anzac, has become a reality this month with VEEM recently…

VEEM Ltd Enters the Family Business Hall of Fame

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VEEM Ltd was recently inducted into the Family Business Australia FBA WA Hall of Fame, joining other successful WA companies with rich histories and contributions to the Western Australian economy. VEEM…

VEEM’s history – a timeline

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1968 – Commencement of VEEM In October VEEM Engineering Services commenced trading as a partnership between Voyka and Elizabeth Elsie Miocevich at 14 Whyalla Street Willetton. The business was established…