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Entries for February 2016

Defence White Paper a win for South Australia

Premier Jay Weatherill said today’s release of the 2016 Defence White Paper is a win for South Australia.“I commend the Federal Government’s long term, significant investment in Australia’s Defence Forces and recognition of industry as a fundamental defence capability,” Mr Weatherill said.“The White... ... (Thursday, 25 February 2016)

Wine bottling investment uncorks 50 ongoing new jobs

Up to 50 new jobs are expected to flow from a new wine bottling venture announced today by Premier Jay Weatherill.Australian Global Wine Services, in conjunction with Red Capital Pty Ltd, have announced plans to construct a large bottling, storage and container facility at Port Adelaide, which will ... ... (Friday, 12 February 2016)

Success for new investment strategy

The State Government’s newly established agency Investment Attraction South Australia has secured about 400 jobs in the State in its first four months.Speaking today at the inaugural Investment and Trade Statement event at the Adelaide Oval, Premier Jay Weatherill said the State Government has taken... ... (Friday, 12 February 2016)

US “Internet of Things” data company to call Adelaide home

Buddy Platform, a US-based company providing crucial data processing infrastructure for the “Internet of Things”, is the latest technology leader to invest in South Australia.Investment and Trade Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith said Buddy Platform will establish its Australian headquarters in South A... ... (Friday, 12 February 2016)

Offshore Patrol Vessels and Future Frigates must be built in SA

Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith said the Federal Government must deliver on its promise to build Offshore Patrol Vessels and Future Frigates in Adelaide. “The Offshore Patrol Vessels is a $5 billion project to build 10 ships starting in 2018 - this will secure more than 800 job... ... (Thursday, 11 February 2016)

South Australian innovation opens the window to new manufacturing jobs

A partnership between an innovative South Australian start-up business and a leading local manufacturer is expected to create up to 300 jobs within two years.ScreenAway, the developer of a unique type of retractable flyscreen and block-out blind system, has joined with automotive supply chain compan... ... (Thursday, 11 February 2016)

South Australian businesses benefit from Export Partnership Program

South Australian businesses are off to a flying start in 2016 after receiving more than $415,000 in funding to help them engage with international markets.Minister for Investment and Trade Martin Hamilton-Smith said 22 companies secured funding in the latest round of the Export Partnership Program, ... ... (Wednesday, 10 February 2016)

National Defence Congress focuses on naval shipbuilding

Minister for Defence Industries Martin Hamilton-Smith has called upon the Federal Government to commit to a continuous build of frigates and submarines in Australia, and for the Offshore Patrol Vessels to be built in South Australia. “Naval shipbuilding will feature prominently at the national Austr... ... (Tuesday, 09 February 2016)

South Australia hosts global President of Japanese submarine builder

South Australia will today highlight its defence credentials to the President and Chief Executive Officer of Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mr Shunichi Miyanaga.The Japanese Government is one of three bidders in the competitive evaluation process for the design of Australia’s Future Submarines... ... (Tuesday, 09 February 2016)

French maritime and defence sector visits South Australia

South Australia’s world-class maritime industry will be on show when a delegation of French companies from the maritime and defence sector visits South Australia today.The visitors, from 16 innovative French companies and the French Maritime and Defence Clusters Pole Mer and GICAN, are in town to de... ... (Friday, 05 February 2016)

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