In our earnest fight for humanity, the world economy is set to lose $1 trillion as we scramble to recoup our losses and reignite companies around the world.
Following through with innovative ideas could be what gets many companies through these tough times and prepared for other future uncertainties.
While the manufacturing industry is shrinking, there are still great opportunities out there that with some nurturing and less red tape could be very successful.
Autodesk supports the tertiary community by providing students, educators and institutions free access to 3D design software, learning tools and programs.
AMTIL has backed calls for manufacturing to be classified as an essential industry in the event of a more severe lockdown to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Celeros Flow Technology has been launched as a standalone company following the divestiture by SPX FLOW of its Power & Energy division.
Economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic hits oil, polyethylene markets.
The Australian-made sanitiser and disinfectant range is said to provide up to 24 hours of continuous protection.
An international expression of interest has been issued by Australian energy providers to help deliver Australia's low-carbon vision through hydrogen.
The Endress+Hauser partner program is gaining importance through IIoT solutions.
Rio Tinto has announced plans to slow down its international operations in Canada and South Africa as a response to government measures.
This year's Hannover Messe exhibition has been cancelled for the first time in its 73-year history, but locally AMX2020 is to go ahead in November.
A University of Queensland (UQ) study has revealed that carbon capture and storage (CCS) could be a real option for Queensland.
Belgian start-up Aerosint has been the first to achieve multi-metal powder bed fusion (PBF), successfully 3D printing a single part made up of two materials.
The former Port Augusta power station site in South Australia has signed on the first customer to use the iron ore export port set to be established there.