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MELBOURNE COMPANY ADDS A$16M TO EXPORTS

March 27, 2012 • Featured, NewsComments (0)

A new assembly line was officially opened at leading Victorian global digital and radio manufacturer, Radio Frequency Solutions, by the Victorian Minister for Manufacturing, Exports and Trade, Richard Dalla-Riva. The new assembly line will add $16 million per annum in exports to the company’s annual revenue of $60 million. “Radio Frequency Systems have

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Tonsley Park to Grow Manufacturing Hub

March 27, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

The State Government is investing in Tonsley Park to grow an advanced manufacturing hub in Adelaide’s south. It will be transformed into a centre for high-value and innovative manufacturing companies, under a master plan released by the State Government

Precision Mechatronics is National Instruments’ New Partner

March 26, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

National Instruments Oceania has established a new partnership with Precision Mechatronics, bringing expertise in advanced manufacturing, mission critical and large scale deployments to its local Alliance Partner Network. The addition of Precision

AMCOR ANNOUNCES $19.8M ACQUISITION OF UNIGLOBE

March 24, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

AMCOR has continued its aggressive acquisition strategy with the latest take over of UNIGLOBE. Announced last week, the A$19.8 million acquisition of the flexible packaging business based in India, will support the company’s future growth plans in the

Taskforce to Oversee South Australia’s Shift to Advanced Manufacturing Formed

March 24, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

In line with its goal to pursue advanced manufacturing the State Government has decided to establish a Cabinet taskforce to oversee the South Australian economy’s shift from traditional manufacturing to advanced manufacturing. Members of the Growing

HOLDEN TO STAY AFTER GOVERNMENT PROMISES $270 MILLION ASSISTANCE

March 23, 2012 • NewsComments (0)

  As the automotive industry in Australia continues to struggle with increased production costs and the rising Australian dollar, car manufacturer GM Holden has been given a $270 million lifeline by the government. The Gillard, Weatherill and Baillieu

Structural Changes in the Australian Economy

March 20, 2012 • Events, NewsComments (0)

RBA Deputy Governor, Phillip Lowe, has revisited the topic on structural change of the Australian Economy, speaking at the Australian Industry Group’s 12th Annual Economic Forum. The rising dollar, our resources boom and the service sectors were the primary