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    WA results pull Brickworks' profit down

    WA results pull Brickworks' profit down

    19 Sep 2019 by Adrian Rauso AAP

    Brickworks' full-year profit slipped 11.9 per cent to $154.6 million, with the company highlighting its WA operations as a specific weak point. ...

    Austal reaches record profit, targets FY20 growth

    Austal reaches record profit, targets FY20 growth

    30 Aug 2019 by Business News

    Investors have welcomed Austal’s announced that it lifted full-year profit 64 per cent to a record $61.4 million, underpinned by strong revenue from its US Navy programs. ...

    EC&M workers returning amid uncertainty

    EC&M workers returning amid uncertainty

    29 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Nearly 160 of EC&M’s 400 employees will be back at work in September, with administrators progressing deals with major clients since the business hit the wall last week. ...

    Suppliers caught in EC&M insolvency

    Suppliers caught in EC&M insolvency

    27 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Bibra Lake-based Magellan Power has been hit by the insolvency of EC&M after supplying nearly $500,000 of equipment to a project, leading managing director Masoud Abshar to add his voice to calls for stronger laws around payment of subcontractors. ...

    EC&M into administration

    EC&M into administration

    22 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Henderson-based electrical contractor EC&M has entered administration this morning, with about 400 staff to be temporarily stood down. ...

    Austal wins $34m US contract, responds to speculation

    Austal wins $34m US contract, responds to speculation

    15 Aug 2019 by Adrian Rauso

    Austal has secured a $US23 million ($34 million) contract with the US Department of Defence, and addressed media reports of a possible Philippines expansion. ...

    Rhinohide takes crowdfunding equity route

    Rhinohide takes crowdfunding equity route

    14 Aug 2019 by Business News

    Rhinohide is seeking to raise up to $500,000 via equity crowdfunding platform Equitise, after raising $791,000 from private investors earlier this year, as the vehicle protection panel business looks to launch in the US. ...

    McGowan lobbying on submarine maintenance

    McGowan lobbying on submarine maintenance

    12 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Labour and capacity constraints in South Australia could lead to cost blowouts and delays in the building of new naval vessels, Premier Mark McGowan said today, as he lobbied federal counterparts to move more maintenance work for existing submarines out we ...

    Cause for optimism amid battery clouds

    Cause for optimism amid battery clouds

    02 Aug 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    There’s cause for optimism about the potential to manufacture battery components in Western Australia in the long term, according to BHP Nickel West asset president Eddy Haegel. ...

    Investors welcome Eden updates

    Investors welcome Eden updates

    11 Jul 2019 by Business News

    Clean technology developer Eden Innovations has dispatched the first order for EdenCrete products from a distributor and announced the same products received government approval in the US. ...

    Building costs climb for lithium refineries

    Building costs climb for lithium refineries

    04 Jul 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    Construction costs for many lithium refining projects have been revised up in the past year as proponents rethink the scale and scope of their developments, with Tianqi Lithium’s Kwinana project the latest to run higher than forecast. ...

    TADWA acquires TL Eng unit

    TADWA acquires TL Eng unit

    21 Jun 2019 by Business News

    Bassendean-based company Technology for Ageing and Disability WA has acquired the mobility division of TL Engineering. ...

    Blacktree broadcasts from Belmont to Britain and places in between

    Blacktree broadcasts from Belmont to Britain and places in between

    17 Jun 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: A Belmont-based business is connecting military installations around Australia and across the world. ...

    WA defence sector aims to build on contract wins

    WA defence sector aims to build on contract wins

    17 Jun 2019 by Matt Mckenzie

    SPECIAL REPORT: Local businesses are already winning ongoing defence work as WA positions itself as a sustainment hub. Click through for our list of 25 deals won by WA contractors in the past year. ...

    Lepidico to raise $11m

    Lepidico to raise $11m

    31 May 2019 by Business News

    Lepidico has raised $10.8 million via a rights issue, with the funds to go towards its lithium hydroxide production product. ...

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