The Manufacturers Pavilion will return to the AUSTECH exhibition this year to showcase the best of Australian manufacturing to an international audience.
An international expert advises Australian manufacturers to take a holistic approach to business to become more competitive in machining and manufacturing.
Bob Sproull has confirmed his participation in the upcoming National Manufacturing Week 2015 (NMW) in Melbourne.
The AUSTECH 2015 exhibition, organised by AMTIL is being held in May this year at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Manufacturing cost comprises of various components including labour, raw materials, distribution and energy.
The future could see money digitised, purchases made by blinking your eyes, and anything manufactured, molecule by molecule, Kaku tells Brent Balinski.
Arrium is selling its Wire Ropes business in Newcastle to a Danish firm for $90 million.
A proposed acquisition of Bradken has collapsed as mining markets remain volatile.
Caterpillar has seen lowered results following continued depression in commodity and mining markets.
Orica has be given the greenlight for the construction of three new ammonia flaring systems at its Kooragang Island plant.
With automation and robotics gaining traction in Australian industries, what lies ahead for many of our workers?
Komatsu is celebrating 50 years of operation in Australia.
Australia’s premier advanced precision manufacturing and machine tool exhibition AUSTECH 2015 will open in Melbourne next May.
Gareth Berry examines three of the biggest predictions made about the manufacturing and logistics industries 12 months ago.
QGC has partnered with BOC to open a new LNG plant near Chinchilla, QLD.
Traditional methods would not have been able to handle the complexities of thin walls and hollow structures to manufacture the first 3D printed bike frame.
Siemens CEO Jeff Connolly has challenged Australia to prepare for the next industrial revolution and secure its place in the new digital supply chain.
Caltex has shut down the last of its fuel refinery process units, and started operation of the site as a fuel import terminal.
Chief Executive Ian Harrison said that the organisation benefited greatly from the strategic direction provided by its Board of Directors.
Orica has recorded a positive NPAT in its latest results, but is still eyeing off 700 job cuts in the coming year.