Holden is set to release the world’s fastest ute, the HSV GTS Maloo and has decided to make more vehicles than originally planned.
The 200 workers from Caterpillar’s plant in Burnie who are expecting to lose their jobs this year may now keep them, according to the AMWU.
Toyota will conduct an Australian-based driving and training project that will play a role in the development of future vehicles and help train employees.
Holden may replace the last Australian-made Commodore with cars made by General Motors brand Opel in Germany.
The death of Australia’s car making industry will result in the loss of as many as 40,000 jobs, according to a review by the Productivity Commission.
Wickman Group, Grant Thornton Australia and Liquidity Services have announced a three way partnership in response to Australia’s car industry’s demise.
Forget incongruous comments from bankers about the death of car making. Australia needs to decide how to nurture manufacturing into the future. Kim Carr writes.
A consortium has acquired troubled bus manufacturer Custom Coaches, with all manufacturing at the bus maker’s Adelaide site to end.
There is still an opportunity for suppliers tied to Australia’s vehicle manufacturers to find new markets, according to Grant Thornton Australia.
The death of Australian car manufacturing was part of the nation’s adaptation to the economy of the 21st century, according to ANZ chief Mike Smith.
A new hub for the prefabricated construction industry was launched yesterday at an event in Melbourne.
Modular building manufacturer Fleetwood says it has purchased bought aluminium tray and auto accessory manufacturer Bocar.
The death of Australian car making will have a massive impact on the whole manufacturing sector, according to the General Manager of Adelaide’s ROH Wheels.
The automotive industry’s days are numbered, but there’s hope that some of the jobs and skills it contains can be saved through Australia increasing its role in global aerospace supply chains.
Driverless cars are on the way and Australia may be able to play a part in manufacturing them, according to the RAA.
Based at Ormeau, between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, PWR Performance Products is a partner to some of the world’s biggest names in motorsport. Brent Balinski talked to the company about how it plans to continue its brisk growth in part one of our five-part Hidden Champions series.
Parliamentary hearings continued this week into the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA).
Ford has unveiled the 2015 Falcon XR8, the last model of the iconic car that will ever be made in Australia.
Deloitte Access Economics’ quarterly business outlook for South Australia has predicted that the state’s contribution to GDP will shrink
The Nissan Qashqai has been awarded a 5 star safety rating and, at the same time, been criticised for omitting a life-saving breaking feature.