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Queensland opens nominations for 2023 Export Awards

The Queensland government has officially launched the 2023 Queensland Export Awards to honour the state’s best exporters across various categories from agribusiness to professional services and manufacturing. 

Australian manufacturing PMI enters contraction territory in March

Australia’s manufacturing sector saw a mild decline in March, due to lower market demand that reduced output and inventory levels, marking the first PMI contraction since May 2020. 

Adelaide solar panel manufacturer returns to Vietnam export market

Australian solar panel manufacturer Tindo Solar is set to export to Vietnam as the Southeast Asian nation revealed it would prioritise high-quality renewables hardware in its energy grid, the company said in a press release. 

Australia, Germany ink Boxer vehicle export agreement

Pat Conroy, Minister for Defence Industry, and his German counterpart, Thomas Hitschler, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister of Defence, have signed a Letter of Cooperation to begin official negotiations to manufacture the Boxer heavy weapon carrier vehicles in Queensland for export to Germany.

Queensland could become Australia’s new hub for sustainable aviation fuel

Australian petroleum company Ampol has partnered with Japan’s ENEOS to explore advanced biofuel production in Brisbane, bringing Queensland one step closer to becoming Australia’s hub for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). 

Australia’s dairy industry continues to place a premium on ‘drinking’ milk, says Rabobank

The liquid ‘drinking’ milk market continues to be crucial for Australia's dairy industry due to increased domestic retail pricing and potential for additional export development, according to a recently released industry report from Rabobank.

Alumina sees revenue drop amid export bans to Russia

Leading Australian mining company Alumina Limited has posted a net profit after tax of USD 104 million in its 2022 full-year financial report. 

Minister Husic visits US to strengthen commercial relations

Minister for Industry and Science Ed Husic has begun promoting Australia as an advanced commercial, science, and technology partner during his visit to the United States. 

Victoria eyes new trade partnerships with Southeast Asian nations

Victorian Minister for Trade and Investment Tim Pallas is visiting business leaders and investment experts in Vietnam, Indonesia, and Singapore this month to establish important ties with major trading partners. 

The Australian Made effect on food in export markets

The Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo is a global icon. Instantly recognisable and well-regarded, the green and gold kangaroo is internationally known as a marker of genuine Australian Made products made to Australia's high standards.
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