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Manufacturing in Australia has climbed to its highest point in seven months, indicating the pace of decline in the sector is easing, a survey found.
KSB was awarded the 2009 Green Excellence Environmental Activism Award in London. The award is presented annually for centrifugal pumps by the global consultancy company Frost & Sullivan.
A report released today at the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) conference in Darwin reports that oil and gas could drive Australia's economic recovery if governments take the steps needed to get billions of dollars of existing projects off the ground.
Murdoch University has been awarded $20 million by the federal government to host Australia’s new National Centre of Excellence in Desalination.
The Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) named BOC WTIA Company of the Year 2008.
The introduction of Australia’s Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme is being delayed a year, but legislation is still expected to be passed this year. This will give businesses affected by the CPRS some breathing space, but also provide some certainty if the legislation is passed.
Fast Automation’s PLC Cables has been appointed the distributor for the Youkong Electromechanical Co Ltd range of PLC interfacing products.
Control Components has announced that Kayden Instruments Inc of Alberta Canada has appointed Control Components its exclusive Australian distributor for its range of thermal dispersion technology products.
The Queensland Department of Mines and Energy says a third-year apprentice has been injured while helping to maintain a mobile crusher at a mine.
Activity in the manufacturing sector declined at its fastest rate in 17 years during April as Australian firms cut stocks in reaction to reduced demand for goods, a survey shows.
DP World Australia (formerly P&O Ports ANZ) has recently paid $80,000 after a damaged valve in a storage container leaked ethyl acrylate at its Coode Island terminal in Melbourne.