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$40M grant program to bolster Australia’s international critical minerals partnerships

The Australian government has launched a $40 million grant program to bolster the nation's international partnerships for critical minerals.

Government-hosted roundtable to explore challenges in nickel, lithium industries

Federal Minister for Resources Madeleine King and Western Australian Minister for Mines David Michael are set to meet with business leaders in the nickel and lithium industries to explore the challenges facing the sector and discuss how the government can help address them. 

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. 

Manufacturing companies must go digital to capitalize on the future

Supply chain disruptions, fluctuating costs, and new consumer purchasing habits are driving a dramatic need for increased agility and resilience in manufacturing industries.

The world is entering a new age of clean technology manufacturing, and countries’ industrial...

The energy world is at the dawn of a new industrial age – the age of clean energy technology manufacturing – that is creating major new markets and millions of jobs but also raising new risks, prompting countries across the globe to devise industrial strategies to secure their place in the new global energy economy, according to a major new IEA report.

Manufacturing trends in 2022 and what lies ahead

The Australian manufacturing industry has seen dynamic trends in 2022 as it still recovers from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is no secret that the industry is still dealing with the remnants of the disruptive global event as it weathers through challenging issues such as skills gaps, supply chain bottlenecks, and workforce shortages. 

Protecting International manufacturing during COVID

Article by Adrian Leach, CEO of World Travel Protection When the first lockdowns as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic began nearly a year ago...

Why COVID-19 will result in the localisation of supply chains

This article is by Rob Stummer, CEO Asia Pacific, SYSPRO With the globalisation of markets and economies the world over, it is common practice for...

Australian companies set to access Lockheed Martin’s international supply chains

The Australian Government has announced the signing of a new three year agreement with Lockheed Martin that will help grow the international competitiveness of...

Government committed to supporting Australia’s automotive industry, Minister says

The Australian Government has invested $101 million into the $155 million Growth Fund to support automotive manufacturing workers and supply chains in South Australia...
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