- Australian SMBs
- concrete segments
- Cooma NSW
- Cross River Rail project
- Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM)
- digital strategies
- domes PTFE antenna
- framework agreement
- Future Generation Joint Venture
- Geographe Enterprises
- high strength alloys
- largest pumped-hydro project
- Local Manufacturing
- next generation materials
- non-contact radar level transmitter
- Orica Yarwun
- precast factory
- Queensland Government
- Rail Expansion Program
- saving time and money
- six-car passenger trains
- Snowy 2.0
- Snowy Hydro project
- train manufacturing
- Vega Australia
- VEGAPULS 64
- volatile liquids
Snowy 2.0 locally produces segments for Snowy Hydro project
Snowy Hydro has launched its new Snowy 2.0 precast factory in Cooma, New South Wales, where 130,000 concrete segments are being produced locally to line the tunnels for the Southern Hemisphere’s largest pumped-hydro project.
Queensland invests $7.1 billion to manufacture trains
The Queensland government has announced it will invest $7.1 billion to boost the state’s train manufacturing industry and build and operate 65 six-car passenger trains in Maryborough.
Sensors that keep up with the volatility
Manufacturers’ Monthly speaks with Michael Matheson, electrical and instrument engineer for explosives at Orica Yarwun, and Graeme Corder, Brisbane area manager for VEGA Australia, about how the “VEGAPULS 64” non-contact radar level transmitter has been instrumental in maintaining operations at Orica.
High strength alloys to be developed by AML3D and Deakin’s IFM
AML3D Limited has signed a framework agreement to partner with Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) to develop next generation materials and alloys tailored to WAM.
SAP report finds e-invoicing could save SMBs over $40,000 a year
According to SAP’s new report, “The connected SMB: Embracing digital strategies to fuel growth,” Australian small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) could save tens of thousands of dollars a year by transitioning to e-invoicing.