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Govt budget fails to deliver for manufacturing workers: AMWU
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU) has slammed the Turnbull Government after it failed to deliver for manufacturing workers and young people desperately seeking secure ...
How to build great Quality Control (QC) into your organisation
Quality: it's one of those overused words we apply to everything – homes, food, fabrics, cars, relationships; you name it, in some way we try to attach quality to it.
NMW 2016: Brilliant prospects for industry
National Manufacturing Week 2016 (May 11 - 13, Sydney) is shaping up as a brilliant forum for manufacturers and allied industries who are seeking new opportunities for business growth. ...
How to get the most out of your metalworking apprentice
Okay, so you’ve decided to hire an apprentice metalworker rather than a seasoned pro. Good for you!
Manufacturing confidence surges due to strong performance
Australia's manufacturers have started the new year with a surge of confidence after a sharp jump in the March quarter across a range of measures of performance in the Australian ...
NMW 2016: Innovation + new tools = ideas boom
With the Australian Government investing $1.1BN to bring about an 'ideas boom' by 2020, the next four years are likely to be a powerhouse period for innovations such as 3D printing ...
NMW 2016: Paving the way to new markets
How could your business prosper with the help of Australia's national science agency?
Registration now open for NMW 2016
Registration is now open for National Manufacturing Week 2016 (May 11 - 13, Sydney), Australia's largest, longest-running manufacturing industry event.
How to design your warehouse for maximum profit
It pays to make time for ‘time in motion.’ In other words, spend the time it takes now to organise your warehouse into an exemplary ‘time in motion’ study and you’ll soon reap the ...
Tips for Buying Protective Clothing
Buying the right protective gear can be about as fraught as trying to outfit a wedding party. There are all kinds of jobs and potential hazards to consider, not to mention some hefty ...
How to prevent niggling workplace injuries that cost time
We all hear about the workplace tragedies that make the papers and take a huge toll on families and employers alike.
$30 million to boost high value manufacturing in SA and Vic
South Australia and Victoria’s manufacturing industry will receive a $30 million injection to support capital investment in high value manufacturing capability.
Strategic Noise Management Tips for Mining Sites
Bulldozers, scrapers, trucks, excavators, draglines, conveyors, not to mention blasting; mines dig up more ways to assault our senses than most industries.
Australian Chamber welcomes historic agreement on climate change
The global agreement on climate change at the COP21 meeting in Paris was welcomed by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on 14 December 2015 as a pragmatic and positive ...
High quality Australian coal to reduce emissions and boost economy
A new Fact Check report conducted by the ABC has confirmed that Australian coal is the cleanest coal in the world.
Anti-dumping decision to benefit Australia's steel industry
Anti-dumping duties will be imposed on steel reinforcing bar (rebar) exported to Australia from Korea, Singapore, Spain and Taiwan following a decision by Assistant Minister for ...
Innovative entrepreneurs set to drive Australia's economy
A report released on 25 November 2015 by the Australian Government highlights the key role innovative entrepreneurship needs to play in transforming the nation's economy.
What are the manufacturing jobs of the future?
In an earlier article we discussed whether your next manufacturing employee should be a robot.
NT govt announces construction of gas pipeline to east coast
The Northern Territory Government has selected Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline Pty Ltd to construct and operate the North East Gas Interconnector (NEGI) Pipeline to connect NT gas to ...
World Energy Outlook reports strong demand for Australia's resources
The World Energy Outlook (WEO) released on 10 November 2015 demonstrates the challenge the world faces to meet the demand for energy across the developing world and the crucial role ...
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