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China Now Open to Global Graphite

Natural graphite concentrate supply is moving west away from China towards East Africa. According to UK energy research and consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie, demand from battery makers will force the supply chain west as China's natural graphite concentrate... Read more >>

NMT16063 Foundry Basic Metal Casting

 

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Deakin and LeMond Composites join forces on carbon fibre

Deakin University has paved the way to dramatically cut the cost of carbon fibre manufacturing, joining forces with LeMond Composites in a $US44 million deal to revolutionise its use across the world.

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$100m manufacturing package targets innovative businesses

The Australian Government will invest $100 million to drive innovation in Australia's manufacturing sector to create jobs, grow businesses, improve productivity and be globally competitive.

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Thai Foundry Association (TFA) Visits GIFA
Thai Emphasis on Auto-parts
Change the conversation on manufacturing in Australia from doom to opportunity