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New rules boost for manufacturers

13 December 2016 Communications & PR Executive Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726
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New rules for how the Federal Government spends $57 billion could be a gold mine for Greater Dandenong manufacturers, says Managing Principal James Sturgess.

The Committee for Dandenong member, from Dandenong’s Macpherson Kelley Lawyers, welcomed changes to procurement policy announced on Wednesday 30 November.

“The major manufacturing state in Australia is Victoria. Well over 50 per cent of manufacturing in this state is done in this region,” he said.

“The biggest state that should benefit out of the $60 billion should be Victoria and the biggest region that should benefit out of this should be the region we’re standing in.”

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New rules boost for manufacturers

13 December 2016 Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726

New rules for how the Federal Government spends $57 billion could be a gold mine for Greater Dandenong manufacturers, says Managing Principal James Sturgess.

The Committee for Dandenong member, from Dandenong’s Macpherson Kelley Lawyers, welcomed changes to procurement policy announced on Wednesday 30 November.

“The major manufacturing state in Australia is Victoria. Well over 50 per cent of manufacturing in this state is done in this region,” he said.

“The biggest state that should benefit out of the $60 billion should be Victoria and the biggest region that should benefit out of this should be the region we’re standing in.”

For more information, click here.