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Plastics and Chemical Industries Association welcomes Coalition’s plan

July 10, 2013 • NewsComments (0)

The Plastics and Chemical Industries Association (PACIA) has welcomed the Coalition’s commitment to cutting red tape and reducing regulatory burden. On Monday, Tony Abbott announced the Coalition’s plan to slash $1 billion a year in red tape, with the aim to create a more efficient government and more productive businesses. “One of the key areas

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SA Manufacturing Minister Tom Kenyon expresses concern for future of Holden in Australia

July 10, 2013 • NewsComments (0)

South Australian Manufacturing, Innovation and Trade Minister Tom Kenyon has expressed his concern over the future of Holden in Australia. According to a report from ABC News, Mr. Kenyon is “genuinely concerned” that Holden might cease manufacturing

BASF announces new brand of chemical solutions for construction industry

July 10, 2013 • NewsComments (0)

The world’s largest chemical manufacturer BASF – The Chemical Company has launched the Master Builders Solution brand in Australia. The announcement on Monday was part of a phased global launch of the company’s new brand, according to a media

Advanced Manufacturing in South Australia turns to Aerospace Industry

July 9, 2013 • Events, NewsComments (0)

The world’s leading scientific minds are heading to South Australia this week to investigate the hi-tech nature of aerospace industries and related business opportunities. Adelaide will host the 12th Australian Space Development Conference (ASDC) which

Manufacturing expert to conduct independent review into Holden operations

July 9, 2013 • NewsComments (0)

Manufacturing expert Professor Goran Roos, a former thinker-in-residence for the South Australian Government, has been given the task of conducting a month-long investigation into the financial data and manufacturing operations of Holden, according to a

Coalition unveils new policy that will cut $1 billion a year in red tape

July 9, 2013 • NewsComments (0)

Australia’s opposition leader Tony Abbott has announced a new plan from the Coalition Government that will reduce the regulatory burdens placed upon Australian businesses. The Coalition’s plan to slash $1 billion a year in red tape will result in more

Food Cluster set to serve up sustainable projects for manufacturing sector

July 8, 2013 • Grants, NewsComments (0)

A leading group of East Gippsland agri-food and food processing businesses have shared their plans for sustainable development with Minister for Manufacturing David Hodgett. Last week, Mr Hodgett visited the East Gippsland Food Cluster (EGFC) in Bairnsdale,