Future at Flinders as predicted

There’s $10m for Flinders U in the budget, to expand its factory of the future, at Tonsley Park

Industry and Science Minister Ed Husic announced the funding yesterday, although it was not entirely unexpected, being a campaign commitment.

The facility is for small business partners and students to develop digital skills for manufacturing. When Labor pledged the money during the election Flinders U’s John Spoehr called it a, “turning point in the rebirth of the critically important manufacturing sector in our state,” (CMM May 12).