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Posted by Edgar Adams on 17 June 2024

’Make Tomorrow in Manufacturing’’

A unique Indigenous Skills and Employment Program (ISEP) was launched last month at the premises of E-bisglobal in Tuggerah with the aim of addressing the skill shortages in the manufacturing and related industry sectors.

The commencement of the project, ‘’Make Tomorrow in Manufacturing’ marks the culmination of 18 months’ work with industry and community to co-design an employment pathway program to train and mentor Aboriginal participants 15-30 years old for work.


Healthy peanut snack manufacturer moves into new factory

Having succeeded in developing and successfully trial marketed a new peanut snack product onto the Australian market Felipe and Valeria Testa have moved into a factory unit in West Gosford and putting them on a path to grow their new business.

Based on a peanut snack popular in Brazil the new healthy snack product to be marketed under the name ‘The Loggie’, is made from all Australian plant based, all natural ingredients.


Bitters manufacturer locates to Central Coast

The multi-award-winning aromatic bitters manufacturer, Convict Bitters has relocated from a facility in Sydney buying a warehouse/factory unit in North Wyong.

Convict Bitters is made using unique Aussie native botanicals, initially created to make the best Lemon Lime & Bitters drink.

Founded by father and son duo Keith and Michael Child Convict Bitters is sold through bottle shops and on-trade venues such as pubs, RSLs, restaurants, clubs and bars across Australia.

Author:Edgar Adams
Tags:Manufacturing News

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