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Two Melbourne-based companies secure LIFT grants to expand their businesses and create new jobs

Minister for Industry and Employment Ben Carroll has announced Local Industry Fund for Transition (LIFT) grants for two businesses in Melbourne’s south-east. Australian Fresh Leaf...

Major expansion project to create manufacturing jobs in Carrum Downs

Melbourne-based manufacturer A Touch of Glass is undergoing a major expansion project with support from the Victorian State Government's Local Industry Fund for Transition...

Alba Cheese more than doubles manufacturing output thanks to $3m expansion

Family owned food manufacturer Alba Cheese has begun operating new machinery that enabled the company to increase its milk processing, cheese production and packaging...

Iconic smallgoods manufacturer to open new factory in Melbourne’s North

Australian smallgoods manufacturer D’Orsogna broke ground on a new factory in the Merrifield Business Park as part of a $61 million expansion supported through...

Victorian Government announces funding boost for three Geelong manufacturers

Three Geelong based manufacturers have received a total of $2.3 million in funding under the Victorian Government’s Local Industry Fund for Transition (LIFT) too...

Jobs boost for former automotive workers in Victoria

Sunshine West engine repair business Cornell Diesel is set to take on 35 new employees thanks to a funding assistance awarded through the Victorian...

Unipod to build a world class manufacturing plant in Truganina

Victorian waffle pods supplier Unipod will build a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Truganina to accelerate its plans to become a major supplier to the construction...

Prydes Confectionery set to commence $4m business expansion and take on 50 new workers

Melbourne-based manufacturer Prydes Confectionery will kick-start a $4 million expansion of its operations in Broadmeadows thanks to a funding support awarded under the Victorian...

Recyclable Packaging well positioned for future growth thanks to LIFT grant award  

Recyclable Packaging, the family-owned manufacturer of biodegradable PET and polystyrene packaging, has created new jobs and expanded its business thanks to a funding support...

Government announces $2.7 LIFT funding to create jobs for retrenched automotive workers

The Victorian State Government has announced $2.7 million in grants under the Local Industry Fund for Transition (LIFT) program to create 130 new jobs...
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