Manufacturing Australia (MA), an alliance of some of Australia’s largest manufacturers, today welcomed the Federal Government’s commissioning of a report on the impact of dumped steel and aluminium on Australian manufacturers.
“Pragmatic, sensible changes” to Australia’s workplace relations system are essential to the long term competitiveness of Australia’s manufacturing sector and securing our next generation of industrial employment, according to Manufacturing Australia.
Australia’s largest manufacturers have released a market reform plan they say could restore competition and confidence to the domestic gas market and help to avoid widespread manufacturing job losses.
Manufacturing Australia (MA), an alliance of some of Australia’s largest manufacturers, has welcomed the decision by the Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) against PanAsia China that will see significant penalties imposed on the Chinese aluminium extrusions manufacturer and its associated distribution businesses in Australia.
Manufacturing Australia, a coalition of Australia’s largest manufacturers, has appointed Mr Mark Chellew as the group’s new Chairman. Mr Chellew takes over from Sue Morphet, whose term as Chairman concludes this month.
Orora Limited has been ranked number 36 in this year’s BRW 50 Most Innovative Companies, and is the highest placed packaging company and one of only eight manufacturing companies to be included in the list.
Federal and State & Territory Governments should agree to build a gas pipeline from the Northern Territory to a new gas trading hub at Moomba, SA, in a bid to increase competition and transparency in the dysfunctional East Coast gas market, Manufacturing Australia said today.