Machinery and equipment assets are being removed from the former ACL Bearing site in Launceston.
Kimberly-Clark has announced that it will invest $20 million to upgrade its 50-plus-year-old Millicent plant.
A fire in Welshpool yesterday caused a reported $750,000 worth of damage to a fibreglass factory.
Yesterday global Group President of CHEP Pallets, Peter Mackie, officially launched CHEP Australia’s national Logistics Control Centre at Erskine Park, NSW
Arnott’s Marleston bakery facility is letting go of 120 staff members, and will shift thirty percent of its production to other manufacturing sites.
The closing Electrolux factory in Orange has pledged $200,000 worth of stock to the local Ronald McDonald House.
Seeley International has announced an investment worth over half a million dollars at its Albury plant on automated bending technology.
A fire at a smallgoods factory in Bentley caused an estimated $1 million in damage last night.
Bosch Australia announced yesterday that it would make a $40 million investment in its Clayton headquarters.
A new feature at Manufacturers’ Monthly is our Week In Focus wrap-up of the big stories. This week managing editor Kevin Gomez talks us through Tomago Aluminium’s new industrial park and Akubra’s sourcing difficulties.
Work is underway at luxury car company Aston Martin to expand its headquarters and prepare for its next generation of sportscars.
Tomago Aluminium has announced plans to develop an industrial park adjacent to its smelter over 15 years.
BlueScope’s Port Kembla site will soon install a new stretch levelling processing line, a $5 million investment.
The former Hydro Aluminium Kurri Kurri smelter site which shut down in 2012 will be remediated and redeveloped.
A massive factory fire at a Balcatta pool chemicals factory prompted a health warning over the weekend.
Global drainage solutions company ACO has upgraded its capabilities and will hire up to eight new western Sydney workers at its Emu Plains site.
Fuchs Lubricants has announced that it will open a new factory in NSW.
Tobacco company Philip Morris has announced that it will shut its Moorabbin factory by the end of 2014, blaming local regulations.
A new, $60 million factory has been opened by Bahrain’s Midal Cables International at Tomago.
A fire at Chester Hill destroyed a furniture plant and damaged a noodle-making factory last night.