Woolies X implements new initiatives across Woolworths stores with a focus on better serving their customers and improving their shopping experiences to be safer, more efficient and more informed.
SafeWork NSW director of WHS Metro, Sarina Wise, said with more than seven per cent of the state’s workforce employed in manufacturing, the rise in safety incidents needs to be addressed. The Manufacturing Work Health and Safety Sector Plan provides strong leadership and direction for best practice in work health and safety.
Regional electric vehicle consumers need the reassurance that they can drive long distances with confidence that they can recharge their batteries when required.
Prefabricated raw steel material commonly comes as either hot rolled steel or cold rolled steel. Understanding the differences in materials is important as the variables come with their own benefits and drawbacks.
Government grants ensure Sovereign Industrial Capability Priorities, which are the capabilities assessed as critical to Defence, can and will be developed or supported by Australian industry.
Virtual reality technology has sparked a different kind of fascination for both users and businessmen. As virtual tours have proven to provide an exceptional experience.
Chairman of Fortescue Metal Group, Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is advocating his innovative green steel production plant, that will use hydrogen and 100% renewable energy to run.
Organised chaos suggests that management should place more emphasis on adaptability, initiative and entrepreneurial creativity to cope with a future that is inherently unknowable.
Adidas’ sustainability steps mean less virgin plastic, reduced CO2 emissions and more awareness of the issue – with every product made serves as a wearable symbol of change that sparks questions, discussions and ideas about creating even more progress.
AMP’s Recycling Robots uses AI to recognise objects for recycling based on their colours, shapes, textures and logos.
CEO John McLean said the development of the future brewery was a long-term project and a major financial investment for the family, in preparation for major long term growth.
Australia’s states and territories have agreed to ban the export of waste by 2024, meaning the country must find ways to recycle, repurpose and dispose of waste onshore.
The Stevanato Group began 71 years ago by crafting specialty bottles for perfume and wine. Now they are perfectly positioned to profit from packaging the COVID-19 vaccine.
The manufacturing industry has suffered some of the deepest scars from the pandemic recession with job numbers still well short of their pre-virus levels.
Queensland’s $50 million Essential Goods and Supply Chain Program will fund 3 local companies to reprioritise their manufacturing to PPE highlighting the need for onshore manufacturing.
The Australian Government is piloting Lake Macquarie’s retired coal mine in a $13 million trial to transform the site in a renewable re-birth.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, otherwise known as Industry 4.0 is an expansion of the third revolution, blurring the lines between the physical, biological and digital worlds.
Forestville based Concourse Technology has developed light-weight, fully-integrated, powered smart wheels that replace standard wheels on a manual wheelchair. The wheels can be used manually, or easily switched over to power assistance when needed.
Buying Australian made products is so important for our sustainability and supply chain security.
In areas such as transport and health, where the federal government provides funding, a collaborative national approach is crucial to ensuring Australia can sustain itself through onshore supply chains and procurement.
The New South Wales Government is looking to increase steel production in New South Wales as part of the transition to renewable energy infrastructure.
Employees who’ve taken a pay cut or witnessed redundancies due to the pandemic are often overworked, as they were “lucky” to keep their job.
Technological innovations allow businesses to make better use of human effort, with machines taking over mundane tasks so that employees can focus on skills unique to humans such as critical thinking, creativity and emotional intelligence.
As planes were grounded by COVID-19, a huge pressure was placed on freight planes to transport cargo internationally, impacting supply chains.
Following a series of policy disputes between Australia and China, the turbulent relationship continues to be tested.
Understanding China’s unique business practices and cultural differences is very important before embarking on a business relationship offshore.
Australia’s reliance on imported products has been highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many people turning to Aussie grown and made products.
CEO Daen Simmat weighs in on the Australian governments preference to invest funding into advanced manufacturing technologies.