Covering territory equivalent in size to the whole of Western Europe, the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan has attracted plenty of interest from Western Australian companies seeking to exploit its mineral reserves.
Perth company McRobert Aquaculture Group is planning to substantially expand its fish farming operation at Gingin, taking the company towards its five year goal of becoming a major aquaculture producer in Australia and internationally.
The Western Australian Trade Enquiry Service is operated by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCI) with the support of the WA Government’s Department of Industry and Resources.
Canberra-based Tower Software is planning to expand its partner network in Western Australia after repurchasing the rights to supply its information management software in the local market, for an undisclosed sum.
The Western Australian Local Government Association has criticised the state government’s decision to retain the amnesty on council rates for independent living units in retirement villages owned by not-for-profit organisations.
Magellan Metals’ plan to transport lead through Fremantle port has received a boost with two of the states largest livestock exporters, Wellard Rural Exports and Meat and Livestock Australia, expressing confidence in the safety requirements outlined by th
Westnet joint owners and directors Barry Mitchell and Peter Brown have sold their Geraldton IT services company, Mitchell and Brown Corporate, to marketing and web development agency Market Creations Pty Ltd.
Perth-based uranium producer Paladin Energy Ltd says its Langer Heinrich mine in the African nation of Namibia has achieved its production target for the December quarter of 390,807 pounds of uranium oxide.
Perth-based manufacturer Tieline Technology has won a contract to supply audio codecs - a specialist computer chip - to 79 remote Australian communities for the Indigenous Remote Radio Replacement project.
Global Construction Services Ltd has announced the acquisition of two Western Australian concrete contracting businesses, Newave Contracting Pty Ltd and Blueline Contracting Pty Ltd, for a total of $7.9 million.