Dow Chemical’s chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris has warned that unrestricted US gas exports could end the country’s manufacturing resurgence.
Dandenong-based Orange Power has spoken about its beginnings and about the difficulty competing as a green manufacturer.
Orica has addressed its business strategy and concerns about toxicity tests at its Port Botany site at the company’s AGM.
Directors at Adelaide-based soda ash maker Penrice Soda are urging shareholders to support them, ahead of the company’s extraordinary general meeting (EGM) on January 25.
The cause of a fire at a Nuplex Composites factory in Canning Vale is being investigated.
Craig Around, the Australia and New Zealand managing director of Dow Chemical, has hit back at suggestions that Australian manufacturers are looking for gas subsidies.
A federal government decision to allow the use of diuron on weeds will cause significant damage to the world heritage listed Great Barrier Reef, conservationists say.
Pool equipment manufacturer Poolrite has slipped into administration after almost 34 years of doing business in Australia.
Incitec Pivot has cancelled its plans for a new explosives manufacturing plant in Western Australia.
Whiteley Corporation, the leading global innovator in medical and industrial cleaning products, has received approval from the U.S. Federal Drug Administrator, to sell its newly developed disinfectant product in America.
WESTERN Australian Coogee Chemicals produces a range of industrial, agricultural and mineral processing chemicals for supply to both the Australian and International markets, and also provides bulk liquid terminal facilities for import, export and storage of chemicals and fuels.
Escalating prosperity in China is leading to an increasing demand for automotive mobility, and a focus on more sustainable vehicles.
A workers union is calling on manufacturers to lessen the amount of toxic chemicals they use in the factory, after workers at a truck assembly factory reported ‘side affects’ from exposure to a cleaning substance.
Orica have confirmed that it will push back the restart of its Kooragang Island ammonia plant.
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has ordered a report on two fires which flared-up at Orica’s Kooragang Island explosives manufacturing plant this week.
Chemicals manufacturer Incitec Pivot has announced plans to expand into explosives, and is reassuring locals living near its Newcastle ammonium nitrate plant in the wake Orica’s Kooragang Island leaks.
Orica has confirmed a small level of ammonium nitrate overflowed from its tank bund this afternoon.
The NSW EPA has lifted the prevention notice on the ammonia storage system for Orica’s Kooragang Island plant, meaning the site will once again be able to manufacture ammonia nitrate.
ABB Australia has developed a world-first technology for recycling contaminated SF6 (sulphur hexafluoride) gas, which will be implemented at a new facility in Moorebank, NSW.
BASF has signed a long term agreement with the CSIRO for space at the Australian Minerals Research Centre to build a global mining R&D technology centre.