Adam Gilmour, the founder and CEO of Gilmour Space, received the Advanced Manufacturing award at an annual event celebrating high-performing expats.
In August David Chuter, CEO and managing director of the Innovative Manufacturing CRC, had the privilege of participating in the inaugural conference of the Industry 4.0 Advanced Manufacturing Forum. One of the highlights was the Forum’s panel discussion about ‘Industry 4.0 Foresight’ in which he highlighted the imperative for Australian manufacturers to join the Industry 4.0 movement.
Geelong-based one-piece carbon fibre wheel manufacturer Carbon Revolution has announced a contract with an unnamed global maker of sport utility vehicles (SUVs). CEO Jake Dingle said the deal meant there were now five global automotive manufacturers using his company’s high-performance wheels. “SUVs represent a very important new segment of the market for Carbon…
The plastics business of packaging giant Visy, including plastics recycling, is reportedly up for sale through investment bank Morgan Stanley, according to a report this morning.
The first panels have been installed at one of Australia’s largest rooftop solar arrays in Adelaide.
The new Global Cheese Trade Dynamics report finds that trade opportunities remain “broadly favourable” but exist within a time of economic instability.
Berkeley Vale manufacturer, TrendPac has been inducted into the Family Business Australia NSW/ACT Hall of Fame. The second-generation company shared the prestigious honour alongside Ella Bache and joins former NSW inductees, including Raine & Horne, Akubra Hats, Kennards Hire, Scenic World, and another Central Coast family business, Sharpe Bros., who were inducted in 2008.
French cyber tech company Squad will establish a presence in South Australia’s new space, innovation, defence and cybersecurity precinct.
Applications opened on Wednesday for grants in the third round of the federal BioMedTech Horizons program.
E-waste recycler, recycled roads and industry electrification researchers among Premier’s Sustainability Award winners
The Victorian Premier’s Sustainability Awards have been held, with winners including Enable Social Enterprises, which took out the Premier’s Recognition Award for its e-waste business. Enable assists disadvantaged workers in reentering the workforce. Among the company’s businesses is Enable IT Recycling, which “created 10 employment pathways while diverting 133,046kgs of e-waste from landfill” according…