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Grants available for electric fleets
Victorian businesses can now apply for a share of $1.5 million in grants to install electric vehicle charging stations, helping the transition to using zero emissions vehicles.
New bitumen blend is sunscreen for roads
RMIT University engineers collaborated with Tyre Stewardship Australia (TSA) to reveal a bitumen blend that is both UV-resistant and withstands traffic loads, with the potential to save governments millions on road maintenance annually.
Albanese tells China to dump trade bans
At the Quad leaders meeting, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has sent a message to China – the global powerhouse needs to lift trade sanctions on Australian imports.
Advanced automation for Toyota Australia’s hydrogen production plant
Global software and technology leader Emerson and Toyota Australia have collaborated to transform part of Toyota Australia’s operations into a commercial-grade hydrogen production, storage and refueling plant.
Nexans introduces cutting-edge wiring solutions
Global energy transition and cable manufacturer, Nexans, has announced the addition of cutting-edge Modular Wiring Solutions to its suite of products in Australia.
Cooking up excitement for Australian Made Week
Australian cook and television presenter Adam Liaw has urged consumers to buy locally manufactured products ahead of Australian Made Week in early June.
Schneider Electric launches new switchboard system
Manufactured in Australia, the PrismaSeT switchboard is a complete system level architecture adapted to meet Australian requirements.
Glass manufacturer takes centre stage in Geelong
North Geelong glass manufacturer Viridian Glass will produce 220 panes of architectural glass for the $140 million redevelopment of Geelong Arts Centre.
More capability investment for BlueScope Distribution Hub
A $6.9 million investment to the company’s National Product, Processing and Solutions Hub will help deliver significant projects across the country.
Labor win brings billions for manufacturing
With Labor forming the next government of Australia, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is expected to begin delivering on election promises, including a $15 billion National Reconstruction Fund.
Australia’s first hyperbaric test facility to be built in WA
The first deep water hyperbaric chamber testing and maintenance facility in Australia will be built in Henderson, WA, to validate the design and manufacturing of products intended for subsea or other high-pressure conditions.
Inside Advanced Manufacturing Week draws to a close
Today is the last day of Inside Advanced Manufacturing Week in Queensland, where 18 leading advanced manufacturers have been sharing how they have adopted innovative technologies, processes and practices.
Kurloo: An automated surface displacement monitoring device
Monitum, which develops customised monitoring solutions, has launched Kurloo – an automated monitoring service that is set to transform the way industry measures displacement.
$630,000 to develop new uses for recycled materials
Five successful projects will share in $630,000 to design and develop new uses for recycled materials in everyday products under the Recycling Victoria Innovation Fund.
NSW 20-Year R&D Roadmap is unveiled
The NSW government has unveiled its NSW 20-Year R&D Roadmap for turning the state’s R&D capabilities into world-leading industries and jobs for future generations.
Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame nominations are open
Home grown manufacturers are being encouraged to nominate for the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards. Nominations are now open.
University of Southern Queensland: A space research trailblazer
The University of Southern Queensland has been named an Australian Trailblazer university to accelerate growth in space manufacturing and lead a new research hub of national priority.
3D Metalforge to supply additive manufactured parts to Woodside Energy
3D Metalforge, a global additive manufacturing company, has signed an agreement with Woodside Energy to supply additive manufactured parts, production technologies and digital part library development services.
$10 million for manufacturing SMEs
The Victorian state government has backed 28 small-to-medium sized manufacturers to expand operations with $10 million in funding.
Developing aircraft manufacturing capability at Darwin Airport
The federal government has committed $10 million toward creating a new manufacturing centre at Darwin Airport.