July 2018

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Core – Workshop, Machinery, Power Systems and Environment.

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Dunedin’s Farra Engineering spots a chance for regional expansion to ignite engineering days gone by.

Reports out of Australia are that its engineering shortage is reaching critical mass and that they must reverse the current reliance on imported engineers – and that may open the door for Kiwis to snatch major contracts from under our cousins’ noses.

“When we’re wanting to deliver infrastructure, deliver innovation in this country, if we don’t have a supply of engineers coming out of our universities, we’re not going to be able to do that,” national president of Engineers Australia, Trish White has warned.



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