Rockhampton is the ideal location for Alliance Airlines’ new $60 million aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul facility that will create almost 100 jobs.
A new $4.2 million facility in Berrinba will position the iconic Logan manufacturer, Beenleigh Steel Fabrications, for future growth.
Leading renewable energy company, Fortescue Future Industries, is establishing one of the world’s largest hydrogen equipment manufacturing facilities in Gladstone.
International beverage manufacturer Frucor Suntory is establishing a +$400 million beverage manufacturing facility in Swanbank with support from the Queensland Government.
Greater Springfield will be home to Australia’s first hydrogen fuel cell manufacturing facility, further boosting Queensland’s growing hydrogen industry.
Neogen has established Australia’s largest and most advanced animal genomics laboratory and food safety services facility in Ipswich.
Global medical technology group, Stryker, has established its first Australian R&D facility at the Herston Health Precinct in Brisbane.
SX Global, the exclusive international organiser of the World Supercross Championship, has moved its global headquarters to the Gold Coast.
Australian conglomerate Aspire42 will establish their corporate headquarters on the Gold Coast delivering 280 new, full-time jobs for Queensland.
Leading food manufacturer Kerry Australia relocated its Australia-New Zealand headquarters to Brisbane and established a new $2.5 million technology and innovation centre of excellence.
Queensland-based medicine company Metagenics partnered with the Queensland Government to build a new state-of-the-art tableting production and coating facility at its Northgate factory.
Major expansion works at Mort & Co’s beef feedlot on the Darling Downs were completed thanks to support from the Queensland Government.
Thanks to Queensland Government support, Queensland is now home to the Qantas Flight Training Centre and five state-of-the-art flight simulators.
Visy is establishing a new $500 million glass recycling and manufacturing facility at Stapylton on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
The Queensland Government partnered with the Sunshine Coast Council on the delivery of the $35 million Sunshine Coast International Broadband Network project.
The Queensland Government provided support for a $60 million shell forging and manufacturing facility in Maryborough, creating 100 long-term operational jobs.
In partnership with the Queensland Government, Marquis Macadamias is expanding its Bundaberg facility, increasing processing capacity by 25 per cent and creating 40 new jobs.
Family-owned Farmfresh Fine Foods in Bundaberg will increase production with a new $4.3 million expansion that will help it better compete against frozen imports.
Thanks to Queensland Government support, Mungalli Creek Dairy constructed a new $3 million milk processing facility, which is set to create 24 new operational jobs.
A $2.2 million expansion to Gin Gin and Dry’s innovative gourmet dried foods business has more than tripled its processing and manufacturing capabilities.
In partnership with the Queensland Government, Oreco Group invested $20.8 million into expanding its horticultural and garden products business in Childers, near Bundaberg.