GE’s chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt has spoken of the need for Australia’s manufacturers to work productively and intelligently, and highlighted the benefits of the company’s “industrial internet” concept during an event.
China went past the United States as the world’s biggest manufacturer in 2010, with UN research showing that the distance has continued to grow since then.
Breville Group Ltd will buy and market environmentally-friendly juicer bags by Cardia Bioplastics as accessories for the company’s market-leading Juicer juice extractors.
General Motors has announced that most 2015 model cars released in North America will include 4G technology, with the possibility that future models of Holden Commodore could do the same.
Manufacturers’ Monthly talks to Autodesk Chief Information Officer Jeff Brzycki about the company’s continued focus on cloud computing and why the company is reaching out to manufacturing and other CIOs.
Paul Sewell, the founder of Warrnambool’s Fresh Bins, has called a lack of support from local and state governments “heartbreaking” as the company announced it would manufacture in the USA under licence.
Logistics company Brambles has announced a profit increase of 26 per cent for the first half of the financial year compared to the corresponding period a year ago.
Some are suggesting that advancements in additive manufacturing represent a coming revolution for industry in the US.
BlueScope Steel is believed to be considering a direct reduced iron plant at its Ohio site.