While Australia’s car manufacturing industry has closed after more than a century, other opportunities are opening in the sector for design and logistics. In recent years, we have seen the closure of Toyota, General Motors Holden, Ford and Mitsubishi’s manufacturing plants. Since reports first surfaced of the planned closures back in 2013, many analysts have … Continue reading The changing face of logistics in the Australian automotive sector
After more than 11-months of construction, Toyota Australia has officially opened its largest and newest parts warehouse in Western Sydney. The Toyota Parts Centre NSW (TPC) is located on a 6.4 hectare site close to a network of motorways and major arterial roads at Kemps Creek, New South Wales. The TPC will house more than … Continue reading Toyota Australia opens new warehouse in Sydney
Toyota Australia has posted a manufacturing milestone with the production and sale of its two-millionth locally built car for the domestic market.
LPG Autogas lobby group Gas Energy Australia has commented on the debate on automotive policy, urging that the next government promote the use of LPG-powered cars.
Port Kembla Port Corporation has turned a profit despite a drop in steelmaking at BlueScope.