The troubled Gladstone Steel project is now likely to proceed as funds raised have almost reached their goal and steel buyers are showing interest.
Australian technology company Diamond Circle claims to have created a cashless ATM that can handle bitcoin transactions.
A study by a Melbourne University labour economist has found that Queensland’s share of manufacturing jobs has grown.
Ipswich’s manufacturing sector has grown with yesterday’s opening of a new Holcim plant.
Former employees of Gympie manufacturing firm JH Smith and Sons who lost their jobs last year have decided to look for mining jobs.
There’s less than a month to go before the inaugural North Queensland Industry & Resources Expo in Townsville
Research in Queensland promises to cut the cost of titanium manufacturing to around the cost of manufacturing with stainless steel.
A former OneSteel Rockhampton manager was found to have stolen $33,571.25 over 10 months.
It was announced last Friday that a group led by Bombardier had won a $4.1 billion contract to help upgrade Queensland’s train fleet.
3D printing has come as far in Australia as warranting standalone expos and conferences, and this year there are not one but two trade shows dedicated to the technology.
Mackay engineering company and manufacturer MACS Engineering was yesterday saved from liquidation when it was purchased by Sci-Fleet Group.
There have been calls for auto manufacturers to include door release mechanisms in cars following a claim by a woman that she became trapped in her car.
Biosecurity Queensland (BQ) will attempt to rid an industrial site in Yarwun of an infestation of deadly fire ants this week.
Mackay engineering company and manufacturer MACS Engineering went into voluntary administration yesterday and 76 workers lost their jobs.
Toowoomba manufacturer Russell Mineral Equipment will cut between 50 and 100 jobs in response to weakening conditions in the mining sector.
A fire in a plastics factory in Ipswich was one of three fires in the one street in recent weeks, according to the factory’s site manger.
Gladstone’s Austicks will cease production and import its product from France, shedding 50 jobs.
The end of the resources boom is not only leading to job losses in mining and construction but also in other industries such as manufacturing and financial services.
A meatworker is suing his former employer Teys Australia for $750,000 over a February 2011 incident, in which he slipped and cut his hand on a metal tray.
Maryborough Sugar Factory, the country’s third-biggest producer of sugar, is trying to convince struggling dairy farmers and graziers to switch to sugarcane.