The Victorian government has announced grants of between $50,000 and $300,000 to support projects using recycled glass, paper, cardboard, plastic and rubber.
The federal government has released the third Sovereign Industrial Capability Priority (SICP) implementation plan, for Land Combat and Protected Vehicles and Technology Upgrades.
The federal government has announced it will acquire a new, 12.5-metre Australian-made regional support craft, to be based at Thursday Island.
An Adelaide-based reusable cup manufacturer is raising money on Kickstarter to pay for moulds that will enable local production and the creation of as many as 15 jobs in the first year. InDaily reports that eCup was preparing to have its digitally-linked cups made in China late-last year, with a cost for $15,000 to make…
Defence will invest in a new anti-submarine training system provided by Saab Australia.
The Western Australian government has announced $92.4 million in programs as part of the state’s Covid-19 economic recovery efforts, supporting a diesel railcar maintenance facility, attracting battery material manufacturing capacity to the state, and recycling initiatives.
Australian manufacturing achieved back-to-back months of overall growth, driven by its two biggest sectors, according to the Australian Industry Group’s Performance of Manufacturing Index.
The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre has been awarded $2 million to manage a new Innovation Hub for the prefabricated building industry. A feasibility study for the hub was announced in June last year. Federal industry minister Karen Andrews said on Friday that the new hub would be part of a “coordinated national network of Innovation Labs” to…
Reed Exhibitions discontinues National Manufacturing Week, AMTIL announces Australian Manufacturing Week
Reed Exhibitions has announced it will no longer be holding the annual National Manufacturing Week event, following a “thorough and extensive review” of its events portfolio.
The Western Australian government has offered matched funding of up to $500,000 for SMEs wanting to manufacture PPE, in one of three rounds announced on Thursday under its Local Capability Fund program.