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The peak steel industry body, the Australian Steel Institute (ASI) has welcomed the latest announcement from the NSW Government that it will facilitate quality steel procurement for its public works and commits to continue working closely with the industry to uphold supply surety.
Next-generation steel and metal alloys are a step closer to reality, thanks to an international research project involving a University of Queensland scientist.
With the final phase of remediation at the former BHP steelworks site at Mayfield now underway, the Hunter Development Corporation (HDC) says Newcastle can look to future employment generating uses for the site.
The Illawarra Business Chamber congratulates all who participated in the Steel Procurement Forum held at the University of Wollongong’s Innovation Campus.
Australia’s peak steel industry body, the Australian Steel Institute (ASI) has welcomed the opportunity offered by NSW Minister for Finance, Services and Property, Hon Victor Dominello MP at the Steel Forum to ensure public procurement of steelwork optimises economic benefit for the State and mitigates project risks.
The Australian Steel Institute (ASI) representing the national steel supply chain has welcomed the South Australian Government’s plans to introduce a new Bill into Parliament later this year enshrining the role of Industry Advocate into law.
A mob of kangaroos is about to invade Sydney’s CBD! Created from COLORBOND® steel to commemorate the much loved Australian brand’s 50th anniversary, 22 kangaroos have been designed and produced by award-winning sculptor Louis Pratt.
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The first train carrying steel rail for a major upgrade to South Australia's rail network departed Arrium's steelworks in Whyalla, starting a contract to supply tens of thousands of tonnes of rail over the next three years from 2016.