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Why your factory floor needs an industrial scrubber and sweeper
When it comes to cleaning factory floors, there's the 'old school' and the 'new school.' The old school are traditionalists who swear by mops, buckets and brooms.
NSW Budget to improve infrastructure, productivity & competitiveness
The NSW Budget is a credible plan for building the state's productive capacity and laying the foundations for stronger economic growth in the longer term, according to Australian ...
NSK Develops Cylindrical Roller Bearing for Turbo Chillers
NSK has developed an inner race diamond-like carbon-coated (DLC) cylindrical roller bearing for high efficiency turbo chillers used in large-scale air conditioners in office buildings ...
Advanced manufacturing tax competitiveness key to commercialising R&D
A more competitive corporate tax rate would enable Australia to attract valuable investment in advanced manufacturing and in turn convert its world leading R&D into fully-fledged ...
5 Ways Supporting Your Community is Also Good for Business
Ever heard of 'The Giving Pledge'? It's a charitable challenge laid down by two of the world's richest men, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.
5 Things to Consider When Looking to Import Products
Does your business have its eye on a great new product from overseas?
Major FWC annual leave case - employers and employees 'will benefit'
The Australian Industry Group has been successful in convincing a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission to allow cashing-out of annual leave for award-covered employees, and to give ...
Informal team building exercises that can make a difference
Okay, so you booked everyone into a fabulous resort for two days of team building exercises and the only thing that really built was the bar tab.
Outsourced manufacturing - when is it time to employ external help?
Most manufacturers outsource some element of their production line, be it raw materials, inventory management, assembly or distribution.
$23.4m investment in projects for accelerating commercialisation
Eighteen Australian companies will receive grants to propel their innovative ideas from the drawing board into the marketplace under the Australian Government's Accelerating ...
How to attract the best candidates for a role in your business
The best candidates for your business might not be who you think. They might not be the most qualified or the most experienced. They might not be the charismatic crowd pleaser or ...
Australia drops down world competitiveness ranking
IMD business school has announced its annual world competitiveness ranking. Ranking 61 economies in 2015, the IMD World Competitiveness Center looked at several aspects of each ...
Why passionate leaders get better results
"Passion is one of the most powerful engines of success. When you do a thing, do it with all your might. Put your whole soul into it. Stamp it with your own personality.
$254 million investment in high value manufacturing
The Commonwealth Government has announced the projects to gain funding under its $50 million Manufacturing Transition Programme.
NMW 2015: Countdown Commences
In barely a week's time, the doors will open on an expanded National Manufacturing Week (May 26 - 29, Melbourne).
Manufacturing contraction eases in April: Australian PMI
Activity across the Australian manufacturing sector contracted for a fifth consecutive month in April, although the pace of contraction eased, with the Australian Industry Group ...
Toyota Australia innovation 'drives' new opportunities
Federal Industry and Science Minister Ian Macfarlane has congratulated Toyota Australia's workforce and management for the innovation and expertise it has invested in the updated ...
Laser trackers taking precision manufacturing to the next level
A laser tracker is a Portable Coordinate Measuring Machine (PCMM) which uses a highly accurate distance measuring laser with angle encoders to measure points in 3D space.
Industry at centre of new training development arrangements
The Assistant Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham, has announced new arrangements for training product development at the Australian Industry Group in ...
'Country to company' missions key to Australian SME growth
Australian businesses would benefit enormously if Government trade and investment strategies focused more on "country to company" facilitation, the Chairman of the Australian Advanced ...
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