South Australian electronic warfare company DEWC Systems has been awarded a $3.1 million contract to advance its space tactical sensor system for the Australian Defence Force.
An emergency bed project linking US Fortune 500 US company Stryker with four Australian manufacturers has highlighted the strength and adaptability of the local sector, according to those involved.
ANCA CNC Machines has announced that it is part of the Grey Innovation-led consortium of Australian manufacturers working to produce invasive ventilators
In the wake of COVID-19, we’re seeing intense international competition for urgently-needed supplies including personal protection equipment and ventilators. In Australia, this could extend to other critical imports such as pharmaceuticals and medicines. And when our manufacturing sector can’t fill unexpected breaks in supply chains, we all face risk.
Sussex Taps has not been greatly impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak. Brent Balinski spoke to the second-generation manufacturer’s director Vanessa Katsanevakis about a growing preference for locally-made goods, and why she expects this to continue.
Advanced materials business Archer Materials continued progress on a number of fronts during the third quarter as it advanced projects ranging from mining to cathode production and quantum computing development. The listed company re-iterated progress on a number of fronts in a statement to investors: # Drilling continued at its Franklyn deposit and concluded at…
Composite wheel manufacturer Carbon Revolution has revved up production of its one piece carbon fibre road wheels at its Geelong factory despite the uncertainties of the Covid-19 pandemic. The young company grew wheel sales 8.3 per cent in the March quarter as demand from its high-end global customers remained strong. A new high annualised rate…
Bisalloy reaffirms profit guidance High strength and armoured steel manufacturer Bisalloy Steel (pictured) does not expect the Covid-19 outbreak to alter its profit guidance for the year which remains at $12-$13 million, up to 40 per cent higher than the previous year. There are encouraging signs of revival in the company’s Chinese business, while Thai…
Australian Defence Force personnel sent to Shepparton, Victoria manufacturer Med-Con to lift production of surgical masks have finished up.
Defence, space and communications business Electro Optic Holdings has won contracts to supply its Cobra Maritime Satellite terminals (main picture) to four allied naval forces.