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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 ...
Hire or buy? Solving the commercial equipment dilemma
Whether you run a long established company or you're building a new one from the ground up, there's the same recurring question: 'Should I buy it or hire it?'
6 Benefits of Regular One-to-One Staff Meetings
Right now you're probably spinning in your swivel chair at the mere thought of that headline. What? One-on-one meetings with all my staff? Correct.
Manufacturing process expert joins NMW's distinguished speakers
Bob Sproull is set to present on practices that erode manufacturer profit and the best ways to improve them.
Manufacturing falters despite lift in exports: Australian PMI
The performance of the Australian manufacturing sector continued to falter in March, with the Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index (Australian PMI) ...
How to create an evacuation procedure
It happens. And it happens far too often. Disaster can strike any business at any time, and does. The best advice is to expect the unexpected and be prepared for anything.
How to hone your eye for talent in the interview process
Job interviews, they make or break careers; they can be the beginning of dreams and the stuff of nightmares. Yet they are an essential cog in the business machine, generating the ...
What to look for in an overseas manufacturing partner
So you've got a great new product you believe is going to turn the Australian market on its head and maybe even do some decent business worldwide. Now you're looking for someone to ...
How to encourage team members to take ownership of goals
You can see it. It's there, but it's not quite there. It's happening, but somehow it's only sort of happening. It's getting success, but it's not giving anyone real satisfaction.
NMW 2015 a catalyst for industry growth
Registration is now open for National Manufacturing Week 2015 (May 26 - 29, Melbourne), Australia's biggest – and longest-running – manufacturing industry event.
Aluminium sector urges Government and Labor to end RET crisis
The Australian Aluminium Council has called on the Australian Government and Australian Labor Party to resolve the Renewable Energy Target (RET) crisis, and provide much needed ...
$11m WA warehouse purpose-built with latest technology
The recently opened $11 million, 19,000m2 OneSteel Metalcentre Distribution Centre (DC) in Perth has been purpose-built with the latest warehouse technology in order to provide an ...
A guide for buying metal and steel
So you've got a project that requires metal or steel, or both, and you're not sure which to get. Don't worry, you're not alone. There's plenty of confusion as to whether steel is ...
Intergenerational report heralds the 'age of the senior'
The release of the Intergenerational Report confirms the Government's continued intention to cut the age pension, and highlights the need for more focus on combating age discrimination ...
Services sector expands for first time in a year: Australian PSI
The services sector expanded for the first time in 12 months in February, with the Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Services Index (Australian PSI) improving by ...
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