- Allnex Composites
- Australian Defence
- Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
- Australian workforce
- composite manufacturing process
- Cooperative Research Centres program
- hydrogen projects
- hydrogen supply chain
- Industry partnership
- Jobs Plus Program
- low emissions technology
- manufacturing capacity
- marketing trends
- NSW government
- pandemic fatigue
- Productivity lull
- R&D investment
- trophon® technology
- University of Southern Queensland
- Wagners Composite Fibre Technologies (CFT)
HyGATE initiative joins Australia and Germany in hydrogen projects
Australia is collaborating with Germany to accelerate the future of hydrogen exports through the new HyGATE initiative that will strengthen bilateral cooperation on the development of hydrogen technology.
Productivity lull hits Australian workforce as pandemic fatigue sets in
Only 45 per cent of working Australians feel productive most of the week and nearly half (47 per cent) spend between two and 10 hours each week on work-related admin, according to fresh data from MYOB.
Six marketing trends that Defence SMEs should explore
Are you keen to break into the ever-expanding scope of Defence industry opportunities but not sure where to focus your resources and budget? Have you been frustrated by the changing business landscape during the past couple of years of Covid-inflicted travel and networking restrictions?
Industry partnership reveals new composite manufacturing process
Wagners Composite Fibre Technologies (CFT) and Allnex Composites have partnered with the University of Southern Queensland through a $10 million Cooperative Research Centres program, to reimagine a fundamental composite manufacturing production process from concept design, and now mass production.
Nanosonics to double manufacturing capacity with new funding
Nanosonics, an Australian infection prevention technology manufacturer, will more than double their manufacturing capacity and bolster R&D investment through support from the NSW government’s Jobs Plus Program.