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    Austal locks in US contract, $80m govt loan

    Austal locks in US contract, $80m govt loan

    17 Dec 2018 by Business News

    Austal has secured a contract to build two vessels for the US Navy, while also announcing that the Commonwealth has agreed to loan the government of Trinidad & Tobago $80 million to support a purchase from the local shipbuilder. ...

    Telling lack of local investment

    Telling lack of local investment

    13 Dec 2018 by Mark Pownall

    Opinion: WA punches well above its weight in terms of technical and operational skills, but our manufacturers could do with a bit more hometown support. ...

    OKA revival in the making

    OKA revival in the making

    11 Dec 2018 by Mark Pownall

    Built for the state’s remote interior, OKA vehicles could be making a comeback. ...

    Kreepy Krauly cleans up on global stage

    Kreepy Krauly cleans up on global stage

    05 Dec 2018 by Mark Pownall

    Mark Pownall and Kreepy Krauly director Sarah Davis discuss the finer details of the second generation Perth-based family business, which was founded by Terry Jackson. ...

    Austal secures $152m in contracts.

    Austal secures $152m in contracts.

    04 Dec 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Austal will build a ferry for the government of Trinidad & Tobago, in a deal worth approximately $97.7 million, while also announcing it had won an advanced $54.9 million order for materials to construct a transport vessel for the US Navy. ...

    Incitec takes $7m WA loss

    Incitec takes $7m WA loss

    13 Nov 2018 by AAP Business News

    Explosives manufacturer Incitec Pivot has reported a 34.8 per cent fall in profit for the year to September, including a $7 million hit from lost business in Western Australia. ...

    Hopkins to take charge at AMA

    Hopkins to take charge at AMA

    09 Nov 2018 by Tayler Neale

    National automotive services business AMA Group has struck a $68 million deal with new investors, which includes a big share selldown by management, after Perth-based Andrew Hopkins became the company’s chief executive. ...

    Report finds battery-making debate overcharged

    Report finds battery-making debate overcharged

    02 Nov 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    A new report has cast doubt on Western Australia's suitability as a lithium battery-making hub, claiming low labour productivity, distance from major markets and difficulties sourcing the necessary material as barriers to any potential development. ...

    State to develop Henderson master plan

    State to develop Henderson master plan

    30 Oct 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    Dredging a second channel into Garden Island and major road upgrades could be priorities in a Henderson precinct master plan to be drafted by the state government in 2019, while Defence Minister Chris Pyne today announced a new $200 million vessel will be ...

    Austal wins $80m US Navy contract

    Austal wins $80m US Navy contract

    19 Oct 2018 by Business News

    Henderson-based shipbuilder Austal has won a $US57.9 million ($80 million) contract with the US Navy to build a 103-metre catamaran. ...

    Civmec erects first steel at Henderson

    Civmec erects first steel at Henderson

    03 Oct 2018 by Business News

    Civmec has erected the first steel for its new $80 million assembly hall in Henderson today, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison in attendance for the event. ...

    Brickworks boost in WA

    Brickworks boost in WA

    20 Sep 2018 by Tayler Neale

    An improved result in Western Australia, despite challenging market conditions and continued falls in brick selling prices, has helped building materials company Brickworks boost underlying net profit to $223.7 million for the 2018 financial year. ...

    Austal signs $1.6bn US Navy contract

    Austal signs $1.6bn US Navy contract

    19 Sep 2018 by Business News

    Months after being overlooked by the Australian government for local naval contracts, Henderson-based Austal has achieved more success in the US, securing a $1.6 billion contract to build two ships for the US Navy. ...

    Board moves: Austal, Stavely Minerals

    Board moves: Austal, Stavely Minerals

    14 Sep 2018 by Business News

    Austal has appointed Chris Indermaur to its board as a non-executive director, while William ‘Bill’ Plyley has stepped down as chairman of Stavely Minerals due to health reasons. ...

    Kreepy Krauly, JWH named to hall of fame

    Kreepy Krauly, JWH named to hall of fame

    12 Sep 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    Osborne Park-based manufacturer Kreepy Krauly and homebuilder JWH Group were last night added to Family Business Australia’s hall of fame. ...

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