Queensland METS Collaborative Project Funds
EOI open until 16 March 2020 for $1.1M in project funding.
Australia is recognised globally as a market leader in the Mining Equipment, Technology & Services Sector.
METS Ignited leads the growth of the Australian METS Sector, bringing together the various industry bodies, membership associations, industry research and domain expertise – delivering collaborative project investments to drive the transformation of the Australian METS sector as it adapts to the next generation of skills, technologies and opportunities across the global mining supply chain.
Regional Masterclass to support the next generation of technology into mining announced by Minister for Industry, Science and Technology.
Minister for Resources has supported the METS Ignited Collaboration Award at IMARC 2019.
Australia is recognised globally as the market leader in Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS). The Mining and METS sector in Australia contribute an estimated 15% of GDP, supports over 1.1 Million jobs, almost 10% of all full time employment.
About METS Ignited
METS Ignited works with Australian suppliers to the mining industry, global miners, research organisations and capital providers to maintain and improve the global competitiveness and productivity of the Australian METS sector.
To achieve its outcomes METS Ignited supports valuable projects in the sector. These projects strengthen collaboration, address gaps in the METS-mining ecosystem and contribute to the commercialisation of mining equipment, technology or services.
In The News
$1.1M in project funding now available
on January 10, 2020
Expressions of interest have opened for Queensland businesses to tap into a share of $1.1M available […]
Matched funding to promote METS capabilities
on December 8, 2019
Queensland boasts hundreds of METS (Mining Equipment, Technology and Services) companies and a long […]
BHP recognises technology and METS sector partnership as priority
on November 28, 2019
Speech extract: Resources Technology Showcase, BHP CEO-elect Mike Henry