@AuManufacturing will moderate a panel discussion on the topic of reshoring at National Manufacturing Week 2019.
The future will deliver a Uber-like scenario for manufacturers and their suppliers, according to the R&D head for one of the biggest computer aided design software companies.
This time it really is over. Airbus chief executive, Tom Enders, recently announced the end of the A380, the largest commercial aircraft ever built. Despite reported investments of more than €14 billion, this iconic European project has not been as successful as was originally hoped.
Plans by UGL-backed Energy Renaissance to establish a massive lithium ion battery manufacturing facility in Australia have taken another step forward with the company selecting the technology to be used. Energy Renaissance has partnered with Connecticut-based Cadenza Innovation which has developed a novel ‘supercell’ technology which simplifys the manufacturing process and improves energy storage density.…
Composites technology company Quickstep (ASX: QHC) has announced increased sales and profitability, achieving a $0.9 million net profit after tax for FY19.
South Australia’s BioBag World Australia will launch production of compostable bags tomorrow, coinciding with the state government’s proposal to ban disposable plastics.
Electric drivetrain technology developer and manufacturer, SEA Electric is to enter the North American truck market. The company announced it would show two trucks at the ‘Work Truck Show’ in Indianapolis and California’s ‘Advanced Clean Transportation Expo’ in the next two months. The two trucks are nearing completion mounted with SEA Technology battery and drive…
For a rather small, specialised company such as Levett Engineering to be awarded Exporter of the Year at the Business SA 2018 Export Awards speaks volumes about the quality of work this aircraft component manufacturer delivers.
Coffs Harbour firm W.E. Smith Engineering is liquidating its assets, and an unreserved auction for over 2,000 pieces of equipment will be held the morning of February 28.
Space and defence industry contractor, Electro Optic Systems (ASX: EOS) has won a contract worth $450 million to supply remotely operated weapons systems to the UAE Navy. The announcement, made at the International Defence Exhibition (IDEX) in Abu Dhabi, reflects the exercise of options in a previously announced deal. EOS Group CEO, Ben Greene said:…