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10 products you didn’t know were manufactured in Australia

Whilst it’s true that cars are no longer being made on Australian soil, Aussie manufacturing is still thriving across many other industries.

Cloud ERP’s relevance in the manufacturing industry

Over the last three years, manufacturers all over the world have had to dramatically shift their focus from efficiency to resiliency in order to weather unprecedented global events, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine. 

People and productivity: Achieving business sustainability for manufacturing leaders

As the manufacturing industry evolves over time and competition increases, business leaders are forced to develop ways to remain competitive and drive growth. However, some business leaders seem to fall short of strategies to diversify lines of business to achieve sustainability.

Into the thick of it: Australia’s much-needed strategy to ease cost of living pressures

The importance of having a resilient supply chain has been heavily emphasised as skyrocketing costs of essential items are showing no signs of slowing down in Australia and across the globe. 

Doing the right things: New year’s resolutions for Aussie manufacturers

Challenges that plagued the manufacturing industry in 2022 are not showing any signs of slowing down, leaving business leaders with the monumental task of dealing with these issues—or at least their remnants— all while pushing innovation, meeting customer demand, and driving operational growth. 

Manufacturing trends in 2022 and what lies ahead

The Australian manufacturing industry has seen dynamic trends in 2022 as it still recovers from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is no secret that the industry is still dealing with the remnants of the disruptive global event as it weathers through challenging issues such as skills gaps, supply chain bottlenecks, and workforce shortages. 

Looking ahead: Australian tech industry in the near future

The Australian tech industry has seen massive changes over the last two years as businesses, both big and small, were pushed to expand and innovate in the wake of a global pandemic. 

Bringing manufacturing back to Australia

The federal government recently introduced a $15 billion landmark bill that would support, diversify and transform Australia’s industry and economy in an effort to reclaim its reputation as a country that makes things. 

Aussies want more manufacturing in Australia, research reveals

A 2022 study by Roy Morgan has shown that 90% of Australians think we should be undertaking more manufacturing in Australia.

What the future holds for metal additive manufacturing

A wide array of opportunities have been opened for materials manufacturers as the additive manufacturing metals market matured and scaled over the last decade. What are the factors that push this market’s progress and what does the future hold in the next 10 years?
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