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- NSW government
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Federal Budget 2022-23: Outcomes for manufacturing industry
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg mapped out how the Federal Budget aims to grow a modern and resilient manufacturing industry in last night’s budget announcement.
Boeing produces first Australian military combat aircraft in 50 years
Boeing Australia has congratulated the federal government and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) for selecting “MQ-28A Ghost Bat” as the military designator and name for the first Australian-produced military combat aircraft in over 50 years.
The nanotechnology that keeps batteries stable
Flat batteries could be a thing of the past thanks to lithium-ion battery nanotechnology developed by the University of Queensland.
Manufacturers’ Monthly reader’s survey
Your feedback is important to us! To establish the most important trends and topics within the manufacturing industry, Manufacturers’ Monthly is conducting a survey about the habits, wants and needs of those in this vital cog of Australian society. If you work in or provide a product or service to the manufacturing industry, we want … Continue reading Manufacturers’ Monthly reader’s survey
Manufacturing and the 2022-23 Budget: What to expect
With Josh Frydenberg’s economic recovery plan expected to include a modern manufacturing budget package worth more than $1 billion, Manufacturers’ Monthly outlines what we already know and asks industry experts what to expect for tonight’s final budget rollout. The government has drip-fed a number of major manufacturing announcements in recent weeks, including $55.4 million in … Continue reading Manufacturing and the 2022-23 Budget: What to expect
Federal government funds Australian Space Manufacturing Network
The government announced funding for the $157 million Australian Space Manufacturing Network (ASMN) under the collaborative stream of the 1.3 billion Modern Manufacturing Initiative.
Digi-Key launches “Revolutionising Automation” video series
Digi-Key Electronics has launched “Revolutionising Automation,” a new video series that explores cutting-edge automation and control technologies.
A night of celebration – 2021 Endeavour Awards winner list
Australian manufacturing came together to celebrate local innovation and expertise last Thursday night at the Endeavour Awards. Here’s the complete list of winners from the industry’s night of nights.
Innovation Central Adelaide a high-tech treasure chest
Advanced digital design and visualisation technologies are at the heart of the landmark new initiative, Innovation Central Adelaide – being launched virtually by Defence Industry minister, Melissa Price.
Advancing manufacturing at Modern Manufacturing Town Hall
2022 is the year that will place manufacturing in Australia firmly in the spotlight, and the announcement of the Modern Manufacturing Taskforce is a further sign of the NSW government’s commitment to strengthening capabilities across industry sectors.
Food and Beverage manufacturing boost
The Morrsion government has forked out $33.4 million for an Australian-first manufacturing precinct at Sunshine Coast Airport.
Moderna to produce mRNA vaccines in Australia from 2024
The federal and Victorian governments have signed off on a final agreement which will see vaccine manufacturer Moderna produce mRNA vaccines in Australia for the first time.
Potential $7 billion uplift in Australian manufacturing from 5G
A new report from Deloitte Access Economics has broken down how mobile use cases in manufacturing will be enhanced through 5G in Australia.
New Hatch economics director identifies four major challenges
Hatch RobertsDay, an urban planning and design practice and subsidiary of the global services firm, Hatch, has appointed Richard Brice as its first economics director in Australia.
Digi-Key Electronics wins Distributor of the Year for 2021
Digi-Key Electronics has been honoured by Global Connector Technology (GCT) as the winner of its Distributor of the Year Award for 2021.
Boeing Australia recruits local advanced satellite manufacturers
Quickstep Holdings, Crystalaid, Ferra, Nupress, Cablex, Lovitt, and Levett have signed memorandums of agreement to be part of Boeing’s advanced satellite manufacturing team, which will support Australia’s growing space industry and create almost 100 highly skilled jobs under JP9102.
Sugar sweetens economic contribution to Queensland
Sugar manufacturing has delivered a sweet contribution to the Queensland economy with a $2.3 billion direct spending injection in 2020/21.
AGP achieves four-day supply delivery with IoT
A New Zealand glass manufacturer, Architectural Glass Products (AGP), has deployed Internet of Things (IoT) technology from Pollin8 and Thinxtra for around-the-clock tracking of its products and delivery trolleys, to avoid losing assets and bolster its customer service.
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.
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.