QLD named WEF Advanced Manufacturing Hub

Queensland’s $20 billion manufacturing sector has achieved recognition by the World Economic Forum as an Advanced Manufacturing Hub. In a statement over the weekend, manufacturing minister Cameron Dick said this recognised the ingenuity and potential of Queensland’s sixth biggest sector, which was currently standing tall to address to Covid-19 pandemic. “We’re seeing distillers making sanitiser, plastics…

Protectionist push uninteresting to advanced manufacturer

Australia and other nations are rethinking their supply chains. Brent Balinski spoke to ANCA co-founder Pat Boland about what re-localisation means to a company that exports nearly all of what it makes.   There’s a momentum here and abroad behind strengthening manufacturing as part of the pandemic response. It’s hard to witness the urgent ramping…

A new deal plan for manufacturing – where we went wrong and the things that work by Tim McLean

The Australian Manufacturing Forum and @AuManufacturing’s campaign to crowd source a new deal manufacturing policy for Australia is now in its second week. Today Tim McLean details how we got to where we are today, and the approaches that work for industry. Send your ideas or make a submission to [email protected] The need for Australia…

Adherium in US Covid-19 telemedicine tie-up

Medical device and digital healthcare group Adherium has teamed up with US telemedicine provider HGE Health to offer its digital solutions to treat respiratory patients. Pennsylvania-based HGE will evaluate and integrate Adherium’s Hailie technology to remotely monitor patient usage of inhaled respiratory drugs used to treat conditions such as asthma and potentially covid-19. The company’s…