- advanced manufacturing
- advanced recycling technology
- Australian Plastics Circular Economy
- bus manufacturer
- Charmaine Barrett
- Chemistry Australia
- Cloud Centre of Excellence (CoE)
- cloud computing
- Digital Jobs Program
- electric buses
- Gold Coast
- Keolis Downer
- manufacturing facility
- new director
- Northern Territory
- plastic waste
- Renewable Energy
- Singapore tech company
- Southern Steel Group
- Steel Fabrication
Singaporean technology company sets up in Melbourne
NCS, an Asia-Pacific technology company, has established a Cloud Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Melbourne, where 500 new digital jobs will be created over the next five years.
AMGC appoints a new director for Northern Territory office
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) has appointed respected industry advocate Charmaine Barrett as director for the Northern Territory.
Ahrens continue delivering manufacturing excellence by drawing on local resources
In light of the pandemic, it has never been more important to consider the manufacturing process and ensure its success and sustainability through drawing on local resources and construction methods.
BusTech and Keolis Downer to build electric buses for Queensland
BusTech, an Australian bus manufacturer, has been commissioned by the Queensland government to build 16 new electric buses on the Gold Coast. The $15.6 million deal, made with Keolis Downer, will also create the state’s first 100 per cent electric bus depot in North Lakes at the home of Hornibrook Bus Lines.
Advanced recycling technologies could reduce plastic waste
Chemistry Australia and members LyondellBasell Australia and Qenos have collaborated with CSIRO on a new report into advanced recycling, a set of technologies that can increase the recovery and recycling of Australia’s valuable plastic resources.