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Conference highlights supply chain jobs and more than $3b of procurement opportunities in Central Queensland.

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Thousands of jobs and more than $3 billion of procurement opportunities throughout Central Queensland will be highlighted to the state’s resource and construction supply chain at an online industry conference in November. In a first for the industry, the Connecting Coal Conference Queensland will present decision makers from seven major metallurgical and torbanite projects based […]

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March Edition 2021 Connecting Industry Conference WA Early bird tickets have just been released for the Connecting Industry Conference WA (June 17) which will feature major procurement opportunities within the Western Australian resource and construction industry delivered via live video streaming allowing you to connect, engage, network, and have private face to face meetings with […]

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Golden opportunity to meet CQ’s new mine operators Aeris Resources

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Executive Chairman of Aeris Resources, Andre Labuschagne, at Cracow Gold Operations in central Queensland. AERIS Resources, the new owners of the Cracow Gold Operations will highlight their plans and commitment to the Wide Bay and central Queensland region at an industry update in Bundaberg and Gladstone. Executive Chairman of Aeris Resources, Andre Labuschagne, will introduce […]

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$12 billion of work available across NSW supply chain at industry conference

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The resource and construction industry are continuing to power New South Wales’ economy during COVID-19 with the announcement of the Connecting Industry Conference NSW featuring over $12 billion of projects presenting their procurement and work opportunities online. For the first time ever, multimillion-dollar projects from North to South NSW have come together to present their […]

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Can ‘Australian Made’ become conscious manufacturing?

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T he current talk about the revitalization of Australian owned and made products is gaining traction around the country due to the current COVID-19 crisis however, is it just talk and is the Australian government really going to support home-grown manufacturing? For the past 30 years, Australian manufacturing has declined largely due to globalization making […]