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CIMIC Group to develop large-scale solar farm in Victoria
Pacific Partnerships, a CIMIC Group company, has acquired the development rights for the first large-scale solar farm to be owned and developed by CIMIC Group as principal – Glenrowan Solar Farm in northern Victoria.
QUT research paves the way for next-gen 3D printing
QUT researchers are paving the way for the next generation of 3D printers, by using intersecting light beams to control chemical reactions in an advanced material that prints entire layers rather than single points at a time.
Support local manufacturers for Australian Made Week
This week is Australian Made Week, and shoppers and businesses are being encouraged to seek out genuine Australian products with the trusted green and gold kangaroo in support of local makers and growers.
Australian Manufacturing Week kicks off today
Kicking off today in Sydney, Australian Manufacturing Week (AMW) will showcase the industry in a huge exhibition encompassing all aspects of manufacturing in Australia. Manufacturers’ Monthly will attend to discover more throughout the week.
First Manufacturing Hub grant awarded on day one of AMW
Pacific Hoseflex, a hose manufacturing business based in the Gold Coast, has received a nearly $100,000 Manufacturing Hub grant on day one of Australian Manufacturing Week.
Global manufacturer PPG appoints new vice president
PPG, a global chemical manufacturer, has announced Joe Gette as its new vice president, deputy general counsel and secretary.
CeMAT AUSTRALIA 2022 Conference Program Announced
Returning to Melbourne in 2022, CeMAT AUSTRALIA is on again and set to encourage supply chain resilience at a time when it is most needed.
Robots improving the flow of blood donations
Swinburne researchers have taken on a believed-impossible project – to automate the processing of blood donation packs – and proved that it’s possible with the help of IMCRC funding. Blood donation processes are largely manual. At a processing centre, whole blood donations must be separated into its cellular components via centrifugation. To do this, the … Continue reading Robots improving the flow of blood donations
Industry welcomes new ministers
Organisations and leaders in manufacturing and engineering have welcomed the new Labor Ministers to their new portfolios.
Manufacturing recovery slows in May
The Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index fell by 6.1 points to 52.4 in May.
Manufacturing industry undergoing rapid sustainability transformation
A new report from Schneider Electric and MIT Technology Review has revealed a shift from incidental to intentional sustainability across leading manufacturing firms’ operations.
Lockheed Martin Australia strengthens sovereign capabilities across ADF programs
Lockheed Martin Australia has confirmed 95 per cent of its 240-strong Future Submarine Program Combat System Integration workforce was successfully redeployed.
Capral Aluminium Commits to Net Zero by 2050
Capral has committed to reach net zero emissions by 2050. This target will be based on achieving net zero Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions and is underpinned by emerging and breakthrough technology options.
Western Sydney leads advanced manufacturing revolution
Western Sydney will be at the heart of Australia’s high-tech manufacturing capability with the investment of $260 million in a national-first shared-use research facility to be built on the doorstep of the new Western Sydney International Airport.
Australian businesses contracted to support first batch of three Hunter frigates
Businesses around Australia will manufacture, assemble and supply thousands of valves for the first batch of three Hunter class frigates, building Australian industry capability that will support continuous naval shipbuilding for future defence projects.
Cochlear boosts NSW MedTech manufacturing
The New South Wales Government’s $250 million Jobs Plus Program will support homegrown MedTech business Cochlear to expand its footprint in NSW, creating more than 170 high-skilled jobs and supporting the development of next-generation hearing implants.
Explore Australian history inside the building that stops time – a Siemens technology experience
From ancient fossils and creature displays, to over 600 historic and contemporary First Nations artworks, Melbourne Museum is home to many significant artefacts that tell the story of Australia’s past. Powered by Siemens, the building management system works to prevent the deterioration of these precious objects through closely monitored environmental conditions. Winners of this month’s … Continue reading Explore Australian history inside the building that stops time – a Siemens technology experience
Surf experience at simulation wave pool part of Siemens Beyond 150 prize
Australia is synonymous with surfing culture, but the perfect wave isn’t always easy to find. While beach hopping and unpredictable swells can be part of the overall fun, location and timing can create barriers to entry for those looking to break in. As the country’s most advanced simulation wave pool, URBNSURF is bringing the barrels … Continue reading Surf experience at simulation wave pool part of Siemens Beyond 150 prize
German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce appoints new Executive Director
At the Annual General Meeting on 26 May 2022, AHK Australien has announced the appointment of Dr Gabriele Rose as its new Executive Director, effective from 1 July 2022.
Arnott’s plans to transform packaging processes
The food manufacturer has committed to transition to soft plastic packaging from multi to mono-material, so it is fully recyclable, by the end of 2023.