Spee3D has broken into the Latin American market, with one of their machines to be installed at the 3D In Metal printing service bureau in El Salvador.
France’s Naval Group has given its strongest commitment yet to spend locally at least 60 per cent of the contract value for the 12 new Attack Class submarines under construction in Adelaide. Inclusion of the figure in the Strategic Partnering Agreement follows the company’s offer in 2020 that a local spend of at least 60…
The federal government has concluded drawn out negotiations with France’s Naval Group over the local content of Attack class submarines to be built in Adelaide. Acting defence minister Marise Payne announced today the groups had agreed to amendments to their Strategic Partnering Agreement. This will see Naval Group’s commitment to spend at least 60 per…
Sustainable Infrastructure Systems has signed a deal with a Dutch firm to manufacture lightweight fibreglass bridges and jetties for the Oceania region from Adelaide, South Australia.
Australian companies might be concerned about an increasingly protectionist United States and the spectre of a newly issued Made in America presidential executive order, but the Australian Government is not.
This article explores India’s need for critical minerals in the new energy economy and Australia’s strength in the critical minerals sector. It also offers key suggestions on ways in which India and Australia can enable this partnership.
A new group supporting the development of manufacturing in the Sunshine Coast has been launched, and will hold its first event this week.
Planet Innovation opens new medical manufacturing facility, plans to achieve $1 billion in exports in five years
Commercialisation and engineering firm Planet Innovation has continued its rapid expansion, officially opening a new medical technology manufacturing wing at its Melbourne site and describing a vision to make hundreds of new hires and grow export revenues to $1 billion within five years.
Greg Whiteley is a small manufacturing business owner and has had many a reason to navigate the interface with the Commonwealth Public service. Here, he looks at the compliance task faced by Australia’s SMEs and laments the cost burden for manufacturers of dealing with governments.
Australia’s first privately-owned, static rocket testing site has been developed in a partnership between Rocket Technologies International and the University of Southern Queensland. The Helidon Rocket Test Site has been inaugurated in a sandstone quarry to test rockets that are secured to the ground in a controlled environment. Executive Director of USQ’s Institute for Advanced…