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Thales appoints Jeff Connolly as new CEO

Following the retirement of incumbent CEO Chris Jenkins after 14 years in the job, Thales Australia and New Zealand today announced the appointment of...

New round of funding for Tasmanian manufacturing businesses announced

The Tasmanian Liberal Government funded a total of 20 Tasmanian businesses through its Advanced Manufacturing Accelerating Growth Grants program in 2021/22. The investment is estimated...

$19m to grow SA’s forest and timber industries

The Government of South Australia has announced a $19 million investment intended to assist the growth and development of the state’s forest and timber...

Inside Advanced Manufacturing Week success

Inside Advanced Manufacturing Week wrapped up last week, delivering another successful program of collaborative education across Queensland’s manufacturing sector. The third annual Inside Advanced Manufacturing...

FFI and Firstgas join forces to decarbonize New Zealand energy systems

In order to help boost energy security, Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and New Zealand’s largest gas network Firstgas Group have signed a non-binding Memorandum...

Incitec completes acquisition of French Titanobel

Titanobel, a renowned French industrial explosives manufacturer and provider of drilling, blasting, and technical services, has been acquired by Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL). “We’re delighted...

Toyota named Australia’s Most Trusted Car Brand

In the annual Reader's Digest Trusted Brands Survey, Toyota was named Australia's Most Trusted Car Brand for the second year in a row. The national...

Australia’s largest PET recycling plant is up and running

Australia's largest PET recycling plant has been officially opened at the Nexus Precinct, 10km north of Albury-Wodonga’s CBD in NSW. The world-class, state-of-the-art $45 million...

XTEK receives new ballistic armour orders totalling $2.35m

Australia's leading designer and manufacturer of composite products XTEK has received new purchase orders totalling a combined value of $2.35 million. According to the ASX...

Renewable hydrogen plant to fuel heavy transport in Queensland’s Western Downs 

The Queensland Government is investing $28.9 million for the construction of a renewable hydrogen demonstration plant and refuelling facilities on the Western Downs, near...
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