The manufacturing and distribution sectors have traditionally been slow to adopt business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce, but this drastically changed in the wake of the pandemic.
As the digital realm becomes the centre of transformation in the manufacturing industry, business leaders are increasingly exploring emerging technology and investing in digital solutions, such as e-commerce, to bolster their own growth efforts.
The business-to-business (B2B) trading landscape in the manufacturing and distribution industries has gone through drastic changes in recent years, particularly in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic when streamlined digital experiences became the new normal.
The Australian Hardware Tools and Grinding Expo (ATGE) is inviting industry leaders, innovators, and trailblazers in the hardware tools and grinding sector, steelmaking, construction, and abrasive industries to showcase their latest cutting-edge solutions at the inaugural event in Brisbane.
The Opal Group is seeking immediate expressions of interest for the purchase of its Queen's Slipper Playing Cards business including the Queen's Slipper trademark in Australia and New Zealand, intellectual property and associated operating equipment.
In 2020, Kyocera AVX, a US-based global manufacturer of advanced electronic components, spearheaded a plan to globalise all the systems across its manufacturing facilities located around the globe.
Outdated assumptions and stereotypes surrounding manual labour have meant manufacturing has always been one of the most male-dominated industries in Australia. In 1998, the Australian Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency reported that just 25.9% of its workforce was female.
Rising costs, inflation, and supply chain disruptions are increasingly gaining momentum, placing manufacturers all over the world under unprecedented pressure.
For efficient cleaning of even the toughest of environments, you can trust the Innova range from Comac. Built for the efficient cleaning of commercial spaces, these ride-on floor scrubbers can save you time and money.
Ash Barty is a former Young Australian of the Year, an Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon champion, and has excelled in other endeavours, including golf, cricket and as an author, role model and a proud Ngarigo woman. Now, she is serving one of her most patriotic points yet as the ambassador for Australian Made Week 2023 (15–21 May).