The NSW and Victorian governments should be following the Queensland government’s lead and opening up new gas supplies for industrial users, according to Manufacturing Australia.
Brent Balinski speaks to Michael Wilkinson, co-founder at Minifab, about how it has prospered by taking tricky fluid problems off the hands of others.
A sale of Casella Family Brands, best known for its Yellow Tail range of wines, is reportedly being considered.
Researchers at Deakin University’s Institute for Frontier Materials have worked with Ford to create a new wool-based insulation, which they say has environmental and other benefits over synthetic materials currently in use.
The Australian Made Campaign has announced that the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo has become a registered trademark in Hong Kong, the sixth-biggest buyer of Australian merchandise exports.
More than a dozen South Australian wine companies were among the businesses to use the South Australian Export Accelerator (SAEA) program to help them market and sell their products overseas.
The University of Sydney-led Centre for CubeSats, Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles and their applications (CUAVA) has been officially opened this week, aiming to increase skills relevant to Australia’s space industry.
Researchers at the USA’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have demonstrated a new single-step production technique that can produce wire, rod and tube parts directly from aluminium powder, and which they say could be useful in the automotive industry.
Manufacturing optimism has picked up following the election, but an overall loss of momentum beginning mid-2018 persists, according to the long-running Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry-Westpac Survey of Industrial Trends.
Australian entrepreneur Matt Barrie has said he supported consideration of a UK-style patent box taxation scheme aimed at improved commercialisation of local IP, following comments by the federal treasurer that the government would take a “close look” at the scheme.