Saturday 16th Jan, 2021
BGC Contracting has secured a bulk earthworks and roads contract at Fortescue Metals Group’s Eliwana iron ore project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Whyalla steel processing facility set for $8M upgrade

An $8 million upgrade to a steel processing centre in Whyalla is set to secure up to 160 jobs and enhance the Spencer Gulf as a manufacturing hub in South Australia.

Potash fertiliser project wins federal support

Major project status has been granted to the Mackay Potash Project, which is expected to create hundreds of jobs in…
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Australian exporters are set to benefit from a new round of tariff cuts, providing better access to China, Korea, Japan, Mexico and Canada.

Export hubs get federal funding to help through crisis

Ten export hubs from five states will receive almost $5 million under a new Federal Government initiative to help small…
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Australian standards now digital

Standards Australia has unveiled a new digital framework to give key industries, such as engineering, easier access to Australian standards….
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Drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics are being used in the CSIRO’s new $11.5 million digital agriculture research station in southwest NSW.

CSIRO launches digital agriculture research station

Drones, remote monitoring and advanced data analytics are being used in the CSIRO’s new $11.5 million digital agriculture research station…
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Industrial machinery manufacturer Metso has made new appointments to its executive team, including a new President for its Minerals Services business area.

Two WA bulk projects get major status boost

Two projects that will create more than 700 jobs in Western Australia and boost the mining and agricultural industries have…
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Data61, the data and digital specialist branch of CSIRO, has launched a digital twin laboratory in Melbourne.

CSIRO’s Data61 launches digital twin lab

Data61, the data and digital specialist branch of CSIRO, has launched a digital twin laboratory in Melbourne. The Mixed Reality…
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