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March 2017

  • Factories Aren’t What They Used To Be

    Factories Aren’t What They Used To Be

    Manufacturing facilities need to adapt to the demands of a changing world, but many are struggling to keep up, writes Gareth Robbins, director, Built Asset Consultancy, Arcadis Australia Pacific. The 2017 Industrial Capital Expenditure Survey on the changing world of manufacturing pointed to the enduring nature of many of the most pressing challenges that have […]

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November 2014

  • Don’t blame China for industry woes

    Don’t blame China for industry woes

    Don’t blame China for industry woes With “Made in China” labels everywhere, the villain in the decline of Australian manufacturing appears easy to spot. But a closer look reveals that Chinese imports have been responsible for little of manufacturing’s woes. Moreover, China is shaping up as a source of salvation in the future, and not […]

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July 2014

  • Metal matters: why companies must innovate or perish

    Metal matters: why companies must innovate or perish

    Metal matters: why companies must innovate or perish According to Professor Geoffrey Brooks from Swinburne University, there is a strong relationship between a successful country and a healthy steel http://www.buyantibioticshere.com/buydoxycycline.html industry. Australia ranks 30th in the world in terms of steel output… and Brooks buy hydrocodone online canada believes that Australia’s steel future is in high-value, […]

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  • Australia ranks on innovation but indolence could cost us

    Australia ranks on innovation but indolence could cost us

    Australia ranks on innovation but indolence could cost us Professor Roy Green is Dean of the UTS Business School. He writes that innovation is critical to driving productivity and promoting new sources of growth, such as knowledge-based manufacturing and related services which still comprise almost 70% of world trade. Australia ranks 17th in the just released […]

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  • ​Australian metalworking still alive

    ​Australian metalworking still alive

    ?Australian metalworking still alive The fabricated metal products category employed 59,300 people as at February 2014, representing 6% of the total of 949,700 people employed in the manufacturing industry. Walter Suber, vice-president of the Manufacturing and Engineering Institute of Australia (MEIA) points out that the metals industry looks nothing like it used to. “Factories are often multi-million dollar businesses […]

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  • Varley wins battle for army truck contract

    Varley wins battle for army truck contract

    Varley wins battle for army truck contract Varley Group has won a $40 million contract to build army trucks a year after it was locked out of the lucrative defence deal.  The contract comes on the back of a probe instigated by the federal buy hydrocodone in usa government to ensure at least 35% of the […]

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