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SA advanced manufacturer Supashock to create more than 60 jobs in northern Adelaide

Suspension engineering and manufacturing company Supashock will transform and relocate its operations from Magill to northern Adelaide, creating more than 60 new jobs in...

SA based metal fabrication company to hire more than 20 former automotive workers

Sonnex’s diversification efforts over the last few years are already yielding positive results with the South Australian company ready to add more than 20...

SA manufacturer to launch unique clothesline for disability and aged care sectors

South Australian manufacturer Rope & Plastic Group is set to launch its locally-made Ecodry clothesline - a lightweight, height adjustable, portable clothesline system designed...

Holden to end car production in Australia in October

Holden has set an official date for the end of its manufacturing operations in Australia. The carmaker, which announced its intention to close shop back...

Former ASC Executive appointed Chair of SA’s Automotive Transformation Taskforce

Mr Steve Ludlam, the former Chief Executive of naval shipbuilder ASC and a current member of the Defence SA Advisory Board, has been appointed...

Bill Shorten unveils $59m plan to create advanced manufacturing jobs

Labor has committed to spend $59 million on saving manufacturing jobs in regions affected by motor vehicle production closures.   Yesterday in Geelong opposition Leader...

SA auto components maker wins $500,000 grant to diversify

Plastics moulding company Blown Plastics Pty Limited has been awarded a $500,000 grant through the South Australia State Government  $11,65 million Automotive Supplier Diversification...

SA Government expands auto industry support programs

The South Australian Government has adjusted two important assistance programs for the state’s automotive supply chain sector to become available to a broader spectrum...

First grants of the Automotive Supplier Diversification Program awarded to three SA companies

A year has passed since Holden's announcement that it will cease manufacturing in Australia. After months of insecurity, the Government of South Australia has...
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