- Advanced Steel Manufacturing Precinct
- AUSPACK 2022
- AUSPACK 2022 Leaders Forum
- Australian Industrial Businesses
- Australian Packaging & Processing Machinery Association (APPMA)
- Bluescope Steel
- Charles Sturt University
- CRC Smart Washer
- Digi-Key Electronics
- Exhibitions and Trade Fairs
- federal government
- global interconnect supplier
- Global Performance of the Year award
- Grahame Bartley
- Green Cleaning Solutions
- Modern Manufacturing Initiative
- NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN)
- Port Kembla Steelworks
- Renewable Energy
- smart sensing
- Steve Keown
- very early bird
Harwin awards Digi-Key Global Performance of the Year
Digi-Key Electronics has been recognised by its global interconnect supplier partner, Harwin, with the Global Performance of the Year award.
Last days of the ‘very early bird’ AUSPACK 2022 Leaders Forum tickets
The chance to access the “very early bird” pricing for tickets to the AUSPACK 2022 Leaders Forum ends this Friday, 18 March.
BlueScope Steel secures $55.4 million for new precinct
BlueScope Steel has secured $55.4 million in funding from the federal government’s Modern Manufacturing Initiative for its Advanced Steel Manufacturing Precinct around the Port Kembla steelworks.
Charles Sturt University drives R&D in joining the NSSN
The NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) has welcomed Charles Sturt University as the newest member of its consortium of leading universities across NSW and the ACT.
The future of manufacturing with environmentally sensitive solutions
Sustainable manufacturing — the production of goods through economically-sound processes that minimise environmental impact — is at the forefront of the manufacturing and industrial system’s net-zero goals.