Australia has remained in 18th place in the annual IMD World Competitiveness Ranking, now in its 32nd year.
Four companies have earned grants under the Australian Manufacturing Fund for PPE program.
Austrade’s chief executive officer, Dr Stephanie Fahey, will finish her role on July 10.
The NSW government has approved a new industrial precinct, one of 12 planned for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.
A team from Griffith University has developed a low-cost ventilator and published the open-source design on GitHub.
It’s being reported that Sanjay Gupta has begun a review of GFG Alliance’s Whyalla steel plant, which has suffered losses exacerbated by the Covid-19 downturn, in an attempt to make it run as leanly as possible ahead of a planned new plant opening in 2024.
Interest from local suppliers in Phase 3 of LAND 400 appears strong, with the federal government announcing “a record” 400-plus participants, despite a pandemic, in the Australian Industry Capability Roadshow running from March to May.
Tritium has closed a $45 million debt private placement by Cigna Investments, which will fund further expansion and refinance a Export Finance Australia trade finance facility.
The first sod has been turned at the new $12.5 million Submarine Rescue Facility, to be built by listed heavy engineering company Civmec at the Australian Marine Complex in Henderson, Western Australia.
Listed pool, spa and water filtration business Waterco has acquired Automated Pool Products.