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Dalby Bio-refinery reborn in the battle against COVID-19

Media Release Dalby Bio-Refinery has reopened to manufacture vital stocks of industrial grade ethanol to be used in hand sanitiser, hand wash and surface disinfectant...

Queensland confirmed as a World Economic Forum Advanced Manufacturing Hub

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has recognised Queensland as a global Advanced Manufacturing Hub, a designation that will open up key networks for Queensland...

Grooming product firm The Bearded Chap to boost manufacturing of hand sanitiser in Queensland

Enoggera-based grooming product manufacturers The Bearded Chap has joined the long list of Queensland manufacturers that are reinventing business practices to boost supplies of...

A double rum… but not as we know it

Media Release Two iconic Queensland manufacturers have responded magnificently to the COVID-19 crisis to ensure a supply of much-needed hand sanitiser for the state. Minister for...

More COVID-19 assistance for Queensland manufacturers

Media Release The Queensland Government is ramping up its assistance to the state's manufacturing sector to make it more resilient to the impacts of COVID-19. Minister...

Grillex to build a new manufacturing plant in Bundaberg

Construction is set to commence on a new $3 million manufacturing facility that will allow Bundaberg-based firm Grillex to create fifteen new jobs in...

Made in Queensland Round 3 opens for business

Media Release Queensland manufacturers wanting to take their business to the next level are invited to apply for Round 3 of the Palaszczuk Government’s highly...

Advanced manufacturing in the spotlight in Brisbane  

Over 100 Queensland manufacturing businesses exhibited a diverse range of goods at the Invested in Queensland Manufacturing showcase attended by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Manufacturing...

Gessner, Global Rotomoulding win first grants in Qld Government manufacturing scheme

Toowoomba based manufacturers Gessner Industries and Global Rotomoulding are the first two companies to receive grants from the Queensland Government’s $20 million Made in...

Manufacturers line up for $20m Made in Queensland grants

Some 230 Queensland manufacturers have expressed interest to compete for grants of up to $2.5 million under the State Government’s ‘Made in Queensland’ program to...
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