@AuManufacturing partners with National Manufacturing Week 2019.

@AuManufacturing news is pleased to announce we have partnered with Reed Exhibitions in the 20th anniversary year of the most important event in Australia’s manufacturing year. National Manufacturing Week 2019 is is the place where the manufacturing community to come together to be inspired, innovate and connect with one another over four days. @AuManufacturing is…

More change for the R&D tax incentive – but is it for the better?

Analysis by Peter Roberts Australia has since the 1980s had tax concessions and incentives designed to encourage long-term business R&D that creates future economic benefits for individual companies, and the nation. But the latest changes to what is now a tax offset against eligible R&D continue the endless changes to the basic structure of the…

Brain scanner manufacturer EMvision lists on ASX

EMvision Medical Devices (ASX: EMV) has successfully listed on the Australian stock exchange following an over-subscribed IPO that raised $6 million. The company, which makes a new type of non-invasive brain scanner to detect stroke, will use the funds to continue human trials and refine its prototypes intended to be carried in ambulances by first…

Get the word out to others through @AuManufacturing

The Australian Manufacturing Forum’s news website, @AuManufacturing has launched a new listing service for consultants and suppliers, and for manufacturers seeking new partners and customers. The @AuManufacturing Business Directory provides an inexpensive way to directly reach our 5,000-strong Australian manufacturing community. The Forum is Australia’s largest social media community of manufacturers, and our reach has…

Construction begins of Navy ship construction yard in Adelaide.

Defence minister, Christopher Pyne has turned the first sod on a $535 million project to build a new construction yard for Australia’s future submarines and frigates at ASC, Osborne north of Adelaide. Laing O’Rourke will modernise the existing yard that built the Collins class submarines and Hobart class air warfare destroyers, and build new facilities…

GE commits to Australian additive manufacturing.

GE has signed a wide ranging MOU with the University of Sydney to conduct local research, speed the adoption of 3D printing, and potentially create new industrial opportunities in Australia in the fast-developing field. The MOU, signed with GE Additive, is a boost to the university’s commitment to build a 1,000 square metre Additive Manufacturing…

New Melbourne-made electric vehicle breaks cover.

A revolutionary new electric vehicle made in a factory in outer Melbourne has been revealed by the specialist electric vehicle news service, The Driven. The vehicle is made by Applied Electric Vehicle Robotics, which will display it at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. The vehicle was first spotted in the grounds…

Why Aussie skincare brands are dominating globally

By Patrick Forster Aussie skincare brands are nailing it right now. Around the world, Australian skincare companies are dominating sales graphs and getting global recognition for their innovative products, stellar marketing, and ethical credentials. Many of these Aussie brands started small. But through a great business strategy, these grassroots brands have grown from strength to…

National Space Agency for Adelaide.

Australia’s new national Space Agency will be based in Adelaide recognising the state’s long history with rocketry and satellites. Adelaide had been selected over other states vying for the agency, which will oversee a massive boost to space industries invigorated by low cost commercial launches, and the advent of micro-satellites. Premier Steven Marshall said today:…