A photograph depicting the inside of a Toyota assembly plant as a ‘fantasy factory’ is on display as part of a well-respected photography competition in Paris.
A decade of contrasts, the 1980s saw the restructuring of Australia’s manufacturing industry and the birth of the Button car plan. Hartley Henderson writes.
Ford is researching one of the world’s first digital human child body models that is destined to serve as a digital dummy for computer crash testing in its cars.
The president of Toyota Motor Corp, Akio Toyoda, has admitted Toyota profits will be hurt as a result of the Japanese earthquake two weeks ago, however he says the company’s earnings are not high on his list of priorities right now.
Car manufacturers in the United States are beginning to feel the pinch from Japan’s earthquake three weeks ago, with Ford and Nissan halting production while they want for missing parts.
PROBABLY better known as the ‘make love not war decade’, the 1960s were in fact the peak decade for Australia’s manufacturing industry. Alan Johnson reports.
By the 1970s the world economic environment had changed dramatically. The ‘stagflation’ of the Australian economy reflected the greater world recession, triggered by oil price rises in 1973-74. Alan Johnson writes.
Quickstep Holdings Limited is “aggressively targeting opportunities in the burgeoning automotive composites sector” with a new light-weight panel developed using the Quickstep Process.
Honda Australia is recalling over 45,000 Accord Euro cars due to a manufacturing error that could see the car catch on fire.
Toyota Australia has saved $27,305 – and is expecting to save a whole lot more – through implementing sustainable manufacturing techniques at its Altona manufacturing facility. Hartley Henderson writes.