Australia’s Solar D Sunscreen targets global expansion with multimillion partnership agreement

Australia's Solar D Sunscreen and US-based supply chain and distribution company KW International have announced a new exclusive strategic partnership to introduce Solar D's...

Exporter sentiment improves as export volumes drive trade surplus

Export, Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) has released its latest survey of export developments, Export Monitor, which examines the dynamics behind Australia’s trade surplus—...

FBR to build up to 5,000 homes in Mexico with its Hadrian X construction...

Robotic technology company FBR Limited has executed a term sheet with GP Vivienda to supply Wall as a Service (WaaS) for between 2,000 and...

ARENA launches $71.9m Future Fuels Fund

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency’s (ARENA) has launched a $71.9 million Future Fuels Fund, aimed at addressing barriers to the roll out of new...

Aulong Shipbuilding wins first ferry contract

Austal announced that its recently established joint venture with Guandong Jianglong Shipbuilding has won its first ferry contract. Aulong Shipbuilding, which was set up less...

Australia has potential to spearhead global lithium-ion battery recycling revolution – CSIRO report finds

A recent report by CSIRO, titled 'Lithium battery recycling in Australia', reveals that only a mere 2% of lithium-ion batteries in Australia are recycled,...

K-TIG inks UK distribution agreement with leading automation supplier Key Plant

Welding technology specialist K-TIG has inked a UK distribution agreement with leading automation supplier and integrator Key Plant Automation, off the back of a...

Thyssenkrupp set to build world’s first and most powerful green hydrogen plant

thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers’ Green Hydrogen product division is set to install the world’s first and most powerful electrolyzers for the production of green...

Toyota launches low-volume assembly line for green fuel-cell car

Toyota President Akio Toyoda has unveiled an assembly line that will be making the first mass market fuel-cell car, Industry Week has reported. The Japanese...

Construction set to commence on JCU’s Technology Innovation Complex

James Cook University (JCU) has secured a $96 million NAIF loan to fund the construction of its new Technology Innovation Complex (TIC), which is...
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