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now open for the new $50 million Manufacturing Transition Programme, aimed at
businesses investing in higher-value manufacturing.
Opening yesterday and accepting applications until October 24, the first round of the federal
programme offers grants between $1 million and $10 million, covering up to 25
per cent of a project’s cost over a two-year period.
“The Manufacturing Transition
Programme is about moving firms away from low-tech commodity style production
that may not be globally competitive, to advanced manufacturing where
Australia’s specialised knowledge and skills give us an advantage,” said industry minister Ian Macfarlane in a statement yesterday.
To be eligible, a business
must manufacture and be based in Australia, as well as registered for the GST
and undertaking a project worth no less than $4 million.
The grants are
administered by AusIndustry, and the transition programme will run for three years, said Macfarlane.
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