Bringing its unique approach to air compressors to Australia, ELGi equipment continues a history of local service and expertise. Manufacturers’ Monthly explains. Air compressors have been a staple of industrial processes since the 19th century. In the past two centuries, the technology behind compressed air has come a long way, yet there is potential for … Continue reading A global brand commits to the Australian market
Victorian manufacturing businesses have utilised the Global Victoria platform to grow their overseas business. Speaking at the launch of Melbourne Gin Company’s range of gins in Bengaluru, India, Minister for Small Business, Adem Somyurek, highlighted how the drinks manufacturer, along with cosmetics manufacturer Goat Soap will allow for increased revenue. “This deal is a significant … Continue reading Manufacturers grow exports to India
The University of Wollongong’s (UOW) 3D bioprinting techniques have been picked up by an integrated medical devices manufacturing zone in India. Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone (AMTZ) will be the first zone which includes scientific, manufacturing, and commercial facilities which will support medical device manufacturers and innovators. The zone is located in Visakhapatnam in the state … Continue reading UOW bioprinting to be utilised at Indian manufacturing zone
The Queensland Government’s first official Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy launched today is set to deliver a $1.5 billion trade boost to the state’s economy. The state minister for innovation and tourism industry development, Kate Jones said the Queensland-India Trade and Investment Strategy 2018–2023 outlined the importance of innovation in strengthening Queensland’s ties with the … Continue reading Queensland launches new India trade and investment strategy
Deakin University and the Indian Institute of Technology Madras are planning a new centre of excellence in metallurgy and additive manufacturing following the announcement that Indian software group Ramco Systems is also opening an innovation hub in Victoria. Ramco has confirmed it will set up a Workforce Innovation Centre, based in Melbourne, geared towards the development of artificially intelligent … Continue reading VIC university’s additive manufacturing centre cements ties with India
The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to double the value of Victoria’s annual goods exports to India to almost $1 billion over the next decade. Premier Daniel Andrews unveiled Victoria’s India Strategy: Our Shared Future ahead of his first official visit to India this week. Andrews said, “This blueprint is all about expanding our footprint in … Continue reading Vic gov unveils strategy for trade with India
The South Australian government expects new advanced manufacturing jobs and export opportunities to be created from a new partnership between South Australian suspension maker, Supashock and an Indian automotive manufacturer. Earlier this week, the companies signed an agreement in Mumbai, India, to strengthen collaboration as Supashock develops vehicle suspension for an Indian army vehicle manufacturer. Defence and … Continue reading New opportunities expected from Supashock’s Indian automotive partnership
A new Aruba report, The Internet of Things: Today and Tomorrow, reveals that by 2019, 77 per cent of Australian organisations will have some form of Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure in place. The study also shows that currently only one in two Australian IoT connected businesses are using this data to improve business processes … Continue reading Almost 4 out of 5 of Australian organisations to adopt IoT by 2019
India has moved from ninth to the sixth biggest manufacturing nation, according to its prime minister Narendra Modi, telling an audience at a Gujarat investment summit that the Make In India program had been hugely successful so far.
China’s state-run media has urged India not to lose focus on lower-cost manufacturing and the benefits of moving its country through industrialisation.
There are reports today of a 22,400-page leak of details on submarines designed by DCNS – which will design Australia’s upcoming submarines – for the Indian navy.
With a growing appetite for technology, quality and performance, India’s auto sector has been cited as an area of opportunity for Australian companies. It’s also very tricky regarding what it expects, Professor Peter Hodgson told Brent Balinski.
India is seeking a commitment from Apple that it establish a local manufacturing presence before it is able to open any Apple stores there.
A Deakin University academic is visiting India this month for a series of events aimed at increasing cooperation in high-technology manufacturing. Economic Times reports that Professor Peter Hodgson, Interim Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research, at Deakin, will be in India from May 30 to June 17. The visit takes place under the Australia India Education Council’s (AIEC) Eminent … Continue reading Australian researcher in India to discuss high-tech manufacturing
India’s finance minister has said Australian investment would be helpful in realising the goal of India as a low-cost manufacturing hub.
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi has opened a week-long event highlighting the goal of boosting manufacturing in the developing country.
A program to teach young people about microchip applications and computer programming is helping underprivileged children in India find a pathway to a better life.
Lenovo Group has set up a smartphone assembly unit in India, amid claims that India is set to replace China as the ‘factory of the world’.
Foxconn has announced it will add a new e-commerce platform in India, adding to its plans for 10 – 12 new factories and a new data centre there.
Delegates from India’s automotive sector are visiting Melbourne and Sydney this week as part of Austrade’s Innovation Showcase.