Business

Applications have opened for the third edition of the Australian Military Sales Catalogue, providing an opportunity for Australian defence companies to showcase their capabilities around the globe.

In the latest announcement to come out of Land Forces, Australian company NIOA is to take up a tenancy at the Commonwealth-owned munitions factory at Benalla.

The plethora of seminars and conferences available at the Land Forces event next month has lost a contender; an industry brief on the ERP program has disappeared.

Luxembourg/Sydney-based company Kleos Space have successfully closed $11 million in funding and began trading on the ASX this morning.

Melbourne-based SME Anywise has become a Certified B Corporation, a new kind of company that uses the power of business to address societal challenges.

CASG’s FAS Helicopters Shane Fairweather and Army’s Head of Land Capability Major General Kathryn Toohey have outlined the way ahead for ad hoc industry engagement with either organisation: it’s not happening.

The Royal Navy should look to Australia’s experience with the Collins as a lesson in quality assurance.

NT-owned and operated construction business Sunbuild has been awarded a US$1.6 million contract by the US Government to deliver an aircraft maintenance support facility at RAAF Base Darwin.

AIDN National has agreed on a number of changes that it hopes will "alter the future" of the organisation.

The government of Trinidad and Tobago has announced its intention to purchase two Austal Cape Class patrol boats, which will be built in the Henderson shipyard in WA.

Penguin Composites has partnered with the Defence Materials Technology Centre (DMTC) to explore hybrid composite materials in defence manufacturing.

The Defence Innovation Hub has awarded four contracts worth $3.07 million in the latest tranche.

The naval shipbuilding industry in Australia is experiencing a wave of change and disruption like never before.

One of the nation’s first Advanced Welder Training Centres (AWTC) will open in SA in a bid to ensure local welders are ready to meet the demand that will be created by the naval shipbuilding program.

The US Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) has chosen AECOM to construct an aircraft parking apron and supporting facilities at RAAF Base Darwin under the US Force Posture Initiative (FPI).