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.
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.
Will the economic stimulus help manufacturing in a time of crisis?
Tech market advisory firm ABI Research has forecasted a worldwide cut in manufacturing industry revenue of US$15 trillion.
Advanced Manufacturing Expo has announced the event planned for 13–15 May has been postponed, as has the Workplace Health and Safety Show.
Mining companies in Indonesia are using immersive learning software developed in South Australia to train workers.
ABB made 689 patent applications for 2019, the majority geared towards cutting greenhouse gas emissions and improving energy and operations efficiency.
A new Collaborative Research Centre will provide a research opportunity to support regional communities facing mine closures.
Two years after launching the APS Industrial master distributor partnership in Australia, the partnership will be extended to New Zealand.
Emerson and Quantum Reservoir Impact are to develop applications for AI-based analytics and decision-making tools for oil and gas exploration and production.
Hand sanitiser orders are exploding for a South Australian manufacturer as the threat of coronavirus empties supermarket shelves of the product worldwide.
Schneider Electric has announced that ENGIE Electrical & Communications and Intelli-Systems have both joined Schneider Electric's Authorised Service Reseller Program.
Increasing the numbers of women in engineering could be the solution to Australia's infrastructure boom skills shortage.
Australia does well in research assessing how manufacturers in North America, Europe and Australia have progressed in adopting new technologies.