The board, staff and members of the Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) congratulate Leanne Heywood on winning the 2019 NSW Business Woman of the Year award in Sydney last night.
The Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) is delighted to announce that Queensland University of Technology’s plasma scientist, Dr. Kateryna (Katia) Bazaka, is the AMPC award recipient for this year’s 2019 Science and Innovation Awards.
The structure of Australia’s red meat industry is under review and your views as industry members are sought before submissions close at 5:00pm AEDT Friday 14 March 2019.
Grant Melrose, who oversees continuous improvement management for vertically integrated processor John Dee in Queensland, has always lived and breathed agribusiness. But like so many in the sector, his early training was informal, learning from those who went before. About five years back he set himself on a path to formal learning – and it’s led him to the most interesting places.
The Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC) today welcomed the release of the Australian Labor Party’s (ALP), Red Meat Strategy Discussion Paper.
Brisbane - 19 November
Sydney - 20 November
Canberra - 21 November
Melbourne - 22 November
Hobart - 23 November
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For potential applicants in remote locations details of a webinar will be circulated in the near future.
The Australian red meat processing industry is estimated to have contributed over $21 billion in value add to the economy in 2015/16 and is responsible for creating nearly 130,000 jobs mostly in regional and rural Australia, according to a report commissioned by the Australian Meat Processor Corporation (AMPC).
Australia has ratified the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11) giving red meat processors greater market access, and better business and investment opportunities.
It was with great pleasure that Mark Richard, Meat Industry Teacher, TAFE Queensland was presented with the 2018 Eddie Andriessen Award at this year's Meat Inspection and Quality Assurance (MI&QA) Conference in Surfers Paradise.
AMPC has teamed up with Curtin University’s School of Molecular and Life Sciences to tackle the $1.2 billion economic impact of food-borne diseases by developing a simple, efficient and more accurate genetic test that signals the presence of pathogens through a simple colour indicator.