Three steps Australian manufacturers can take to secure their industry’s future beyond COVID-19

This article is by Rob Stummer, APAC CEO at SYSPRO. There is no denying that the Coronavirus pandemic is a disaster for our economy, but...

Why COVID-19 will result in the localisation of supply chains

This article is by Rob Stummer, CEO Asia Pacific, SYSPRO With the globalisation of markets and economies the world over, it is common practice for...

COVID-19 set to accelerate Industry 4.0

This article is by Galina Antova, Co-founder and Chief Business Development Officer at Claroty No industry has immunity to COVID-19. The impact of the pandemic...

The Demise of Australian Manufacturing + Impact of COVID-19

This article is by Geoff Crittenden, CEO of Weld Australia. Australia has a long, proud history of manufacturing throughout the 20th century. With the federation of...

Why do Australian manufacturers need to be more like technology companies?

In our digital economy, the customer is in the driving seat. Not only can they freely access mountains of information, but they have the...

Leading US satellite company sets up shop in Adelaide

US-space company Tyvak has unveiled plans to establish a manufacturing facility for the integration and testing of space vehicles in Lot Fourteen – Australia’s...

Research Exploring Father’s Views and Experiences of Flexible Working in the Manufacturing Industry

Community Message Today’s fathers are expected to combine providing financially for their family through paid work with being actively involved and engaged in their children’s...

Brown Coal Innovation Australia Chair says ill-informed carbon attitudes risk Australia’s regional future

As a keynote speaker at the Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia (SEGRA) conference in Bathurst, New South Wales, Brown Coal Innovation Australia (BCIA)...

The global map for manufacturing is being re-drawn – yet again

By Karen M. Reddington, President, FedEx Express, Asia Pacific Just a few decades ago the buzz was all about 'off-shoring' - where manufacturing moved to...

Automation doesn’t necessarily lead to job loss, says leading Australian manufacturing business CEO

Dr Herbert Hermens, head of Australian-owned manufacturer Keech, has dismissed the notion that automation will force people out of jobs as unfounded and “alarmist”. Mr...
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