With an increased focus on ranging local products in their stores such as Australia’s globally renowned wines, wealth of craft beers, and up-and-coming whisky’s, Dan Murphy’s have supported this initiative with an Australia-centric approach to sourcing in-store fixtures.
Buying Australian made products is so important for our sustainability and supply chain security.
Rapid development in communications technology defined the late 20th century, and by 1980, it was the Outbacks’ turn to reap the rewards of modern telecommunications. Leading the connection of the outback to the rest of Australia, and the world beyond, was Telecom Australia – the predecessor to Telstra.
When a fabrication facility reduces the environmental impacts in sheet metal fabrication – costs go down because there is less waste and productivity increases due to efficiency.
The global e-commerce market is expected to total $5.55 trillion in 2022. The explosion of the sector has been largely fuelled by American consumers and companies, with five of the top ten e-commerce companies in the world headquartered in the US.
Investment in research and development delivers enormous gains in a company’s technological growth, employee satisfaction and capabilities.
It’s not always singular design innovations altering the projection of an industry or a product that characterise our design landscape in Australia, it is also the willingness to collaborate with global leaders in design to facilitate the creation of projects on our home soil that set new benchmarks.
It could be said that the only true sustainable or ‘green’ product is the one that’s never made. In this sense, we can only ever hope to make products more sustainable or more ‘green’. The most sustainable solution is to avoid making unnecessary items altogether.
As well as examining the numbers associated with industry transition, the report works to show why maintaining and growing Australia’s manufacturing capabilities through that transition is important to the nation’s longer-term economic sovereignty and security.
Climate Action and Manufacturing are not typically harmonious activities. With a focus on some existing examples of manufacturing related progress in Australia, we can get a glimpse of how a manufacturing revival can coexist with effective climate action.
When it comes to manufacturing in Australia we have witnessed a regression in the quantity of goods made here over the past few decades, increasingly relying on imports to serve our needs. The result has been a decline in our economic complexity
Despite the small population of this country, we over-deliver when it comes to game-changing design and innovation.
In 2019/2020 the manufacturing sector’s workforce was 72.5% made up of men aged 20 – 74.
While chips themselves are resilient, made to handle extreme temperatures, vibrations and other external shocks, the global semiconductor supply chain is relatively fragile, prone to disruptions from natural and man-made shocks.
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 Sydney-based Amazon Robotics Fulfilment Centre will reportedly create more than 1,500 local jobs working alongside advanced robotics.
We are seeing digital signage more frequently in a wider variety of spaces every day. Transforming from mere advertising boards in shopping malls, digital signs
With the 26th Conference of Parties (COP26) Climate Change Summit wrapping-up earlier this month it seems that the news cycle is being once again dominated
Powder coating is a manufacturing process we use with nearly all products we produce at Black Lab. This more advanced painting approach improves durability, provides a higher quality finish and is environmentally friendly.
The advantages of digital printing will continue to grow, especially when business’ need to budget while still marketing their products and services.
The future of local manufacturing looks bright for Australia. Driven by a willingness to adopt modern technology and invest more heavily in research and development,
It’s always a priority for manufacturers in Australia to keep a keen eye on events in China, the ‘World’s Factory’ exerts far reaching influence on
‘Working together to be CovidSafe’. That’s the phrase you’ll see marked on the vests donned by the many hard-working essential staff in Woolworths stores across