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WA boosts railcar manufacturing with first fully completed C-series train

The Western Australian Government announced that the first fully built, locally manufactured C-series train is now available for testing on the network, marking a significant milestone for local railcar manufacturing in the state. 

ClearVue bags $2m gov’t grant to manufacture key components

Smart building materials company ClearVue Technologies is set to receive a $2 million grant through Western Australia’s Investment Attraction Fund to advance its manufacturing operations. 

Manufacturing, advanced materials exporters urged to join Western Australian Export Awards 2023

The McGowan Government is encouraging Western Australian exporters, including manufacturing and advanced materials experts, to apply for the Western Australian Export Awards 2023.

Construction kicks off on $6b Pilbara gas manufacturing project

The Australian and Western Australian governments announced the commencement of work on Perdaman's $6 billion Pilbara urea project, the region’s first gas manufacturing project in over a decade.

New integrated battery material facility identifies strategic location in Western Australia

The Western Australian Government's Industrial Lands Panel has approved IGO Limited's request for land in the Kwinana-Rockingham Strategic Industrial Area (SIA), bringing the state one step closer to manufacturing the nation's first commercially available precursor cathode active material (PCAM).

Western Australia to open new Invest and Trade hub in Texas

Western Australia is establishing a new Invest and Trade office in the US as part of a diversification effort aimed at attracting new industries to the state. 

bp unveils biorefinery plans for Kwinana energy hub

bp’s Kwinana refinery is pioneering the company’s expansion of its biofuels sector as Western Australian (WA) Deputy Premier Roger Cook marks the start of its transition into one of the region’s sustainable fuel hubs.

Partnership between WA, Brandon BioCatalyst set to continue

The Western Australian government announced an additional $2.31 million for a further seven years, or until 2029, to continue its support for life science investment fund Brandon BioCatalyst, to which it has given $2.52 million since 2008.

WA’s lithium mining operations see uptick in demand

The Western Australian government has commended the skyrocketing demand for the state’s spodumene concentrate, which has become a significant job-creating industry in WA. 

WA looks to establish wind turbine manufacturing industry

The Western Australian government has commissioned a study into the feasibility of establishing a local wind turbine components manufacturing industry. 
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