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Welcome to 2022 from @AuManufacturing news

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If you departed, as we did for Christmas break with hopes rising that Australia was really moving on, January must be unfolding like some sort of nightmarish groundhog day.

We wake up from a dream of sunnier skies for Australian manufacturing, only to face the realities of life in a fast-mutating pandemic that brings us more of the same.

Still manufacturing has grown in size – and importance – in the past two years and continuing instability of global supply chains only underlines the advantages of making things close to where they are sold.

So, welcome to our fourth year delivering daily manufacturing news to the Australian Manufacturing Forum Linkedin group and readers, partners and clients of @AuManufacturing news.

After our best year ever, when membership of the Forum grew to close to 10,000 Australian manufacturers, we again approach the year with an optimism in the future, tried to be sure, but undiminished.

Over Christmas good news continued to flow from the sector and we catch up on some of that today here.

This resilience suggests that a long-anticipated year of elections should not unduly disrupt the sector.

So buckle up and stay tuned to @AuManufacturing news – 2022 looks like being a big one for Australian manufacturing.

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