It's been a great day for Australian steel with both Bluescope and Bisalloy partnering to supply for big defence programs such as Land 400 as well as for overseas orders. Read more
An announcement on the preferred shipbuilding partners for the hull block build is imminent as Defence Week goes to press, and will possibly be known by Friday.
The agreement will open export opportunities by integrating Redarc into the Raytheon Anschütz international supply chain.
As Sea Box International, ECLIPS has provided logistics platforms and shipping container-based modular buildings tailored for a variety of roles from emergency accommodation to training facilities and cyclone shelters since 2007
The project win is testament to the group’s growing reputation within the Defence industry.
Relken's team of 41 will deepen KPMG's defence engineering capabilities and broaden its expertise into power and water, rail, energy and natural resources.
The new company will be managed by an Israeli and local team engaged in deepening the inter-industrial relationship between Rafael and Australian companies to create joint ventures and joint production and marketing of systems.
The new facility is aimed at uniting the research and innovation capabilities of the university with defence industry to deliver innovation with impact and global scalability.
CAE Oxford Aviation Training Academy Melbourne will take over part of the purpose-built facility at Tamworth Regional Airport.
Australian firm Dexata has a salve for ISR operators struggling to spot actionable intel in mountains of data: they call it “intuition in a box”.
During his visit to Poland, the Minister discussed export opportunities and the wider Australian-Polish relationship
The tender, valued at between $US1-3 million includes the construction of an Aircraft Maintenance Support Facility at RAAF Base Darwin.
ASC has released its 2016/17 Annual Report, recording a profit after tax of $29.2 million and annual revenue of $811.1 million. Chairman, Bruce Carter, said ASC continued to achieve major productivity and efficiency improvements over the period.
RLA had been investigating expanding its international sales for some time but participation in the SE Asia road trip accelerated the process.
Australia’s manufacturing exports generate close to $9 billion every month so just imagine what the possibilities could be if we increased the number of firms contributing to economic output by even five or 10 per cent.
"The Naval Shipbuilding Plan is too important to be derailed by simplistic approaches. Australian industry stands ready to deliver these capabilities which are so vital to our national and economic security,” Mr Willox said.