Australian Defence Force personnel sent to Shepparton, Victoria manufacturer Med-Con to lift production of surgical masks have finished up.
Hospitality, event and medical supplier Clets Linen & Co has earned a contract to produce disposable isolation gowns for the National Medical Stockpile.
Our campaign to crowd source a new deal plan for manufacturing post Covid-19 moves onwards. Alex Kingsbury discusses how our advanced manufacturers have responded to necessity in the current crisis, and how we can encourage a flexible and sophisticated manufacturing sector into the future.
Wild Child Laboratories has received a $1.7 million order from the West Australian government for hospital hand sanitiser.
High-tech tracking and blockchain data is guarding Australia’s premium wine industry from fakes.
March crude steel production figures have highlighted the impact of the Covid-19 across the world, with production for the month down 6 per cent compared to 2019.
By James Riley When President Donald Trump invoked the Defense Production Act as a response to coronavirus in early April it provided a stark acknowledgement of supply-chain gaps not only in the United States, but within the supply chains of its good mate Australia as well. Through a frantic and co-ordinated period of action, both countries…
The COVID-19 crisis has the potential to revive Australia’s manufacturing capabilities and reduce the nation’s reliance on global supply chains, according to leading industry players at the heart of Australia’s defence manufacturing sector.
The Australian Made Campaign has urged all levels of government to adopt a “buy Australian first” approach and to take a “long-term view” in addressing the country’s manufacturing self-sufficiency and economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
We have just witnessed an oil price crash like never before taking prices of West Texas Intermediate into deeply negative territory.