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Local technology company Chiron Global Tech and composites manufacturer Armor [sic] Composite Engineering have announced a partnership.

One obvious area in which Australia excels is resource extraction – mining, oil and gas, wind – and Brisbane-based Dingo is now looking to bring that software into the ADF.

The agreement allows Force Ordnance the right to import, wholesale, supply, distribute and promote Theon’s sensors in Australia.

Moog Australia has opened its expanded facility located in Heatherton. The multi-phase investment plan, set to take place over the next five years, aims at strengthening Moog’s Australian in-country capability and regional expansion.

Assembling an Australian industry team to support a large prime contractor in delivery of major defence projects is a big and complex task. BenchOn worked closely with Hanwha to launch Australia’s first Industry Network Portal for HDA in March 2020.

Numbers tell a clean story, but they don't tell the whole story – something that Indigenous-owned and veteran-owned and managed consultancy firm JLB-Yaran is trying to change.

Quickstep has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding in relation to a proposed aftermarket services agreement with Triumph Aviation Services Asia.

Leidos Holdings has announced the completed acquisition of ship design firm Gibbs & Cox for approximately US$380 million ($484 million) in cash.

After news broke last month that Austal had issues with a shipment of Chinese aluminium, the company announced on the ASX this week that it has begun talks to sell its joint venture stake in Aulong Shipbuilding to Guangdong Jianglong Shipbuilding Company.

Hunter Defence has won federal government support for an industry skilling program designed to help regional businesses win contracts in the defence supply chain.

Defence employees have started work with small and medium businesses around the country as part of a new government program aimed at giving them a hands-on insight into Australia’s defence industry.

Last week, Rockingham welcomed key government figures and a wide range of local and global contractors to its first ever Defence Industry Forum.

The government has awarded up to $3.6 million in contracts to 12 SMEs as part of a new industry engagement initiative.

Ten local businesses have been selected to participate in Raytheon Australia’s recently launched industry engagement program.

Logistic Engineering Services (LES) and BAE Systems Maritime Australia have signed a Services Agreement for software capability, training and consultancy services to support the Hunter Class frigate program.

AME Systems, headquartered in Ararat, has achieved the stringent certification to produce wire harnesses for the MQ-4C Triton.