When it comes to finding new business opportunities, one of the biggest challenges can be breaking into new or expanding supply chains.
With more than 30 years of experience helping local companies find new business in government, private sector and major projects, ICN could uncover an opportunity that’s just right for you. Here are some of our projects currently listed on ICN Gateway.
WestConnex is part of an integrated transport plan to keep Sydney moving – easing congestion, creating jobs and connecting communities. The new motorway will provide crucial support for Sydney's long-term economic and population growth.
UPC/AC through the EPC Contractor, Green Light Contractors, is constructing stage one of a 720megawatt (MW) solar farm across two separate solar fields near Uralla in the New England region ofNSW. The project will convert energy from solar radiation into electrical energy to be fed into theelectricity grid. Rows of solar photovoltaic (PV) Panels will be installed on a single axis tracking systemthat follows the path of the sun.
In response to the Australian Government’s Global Supply Chain initiative, BAE Systems Australia established the Global Access Program (GAP) in 2012. Through their team embedded across their international business units, GAP creates export opportunities for Australian companies within the supply chain of BAE Systems group and partner organisations.
The acquisition of 12 Future Submarines, announced in the 2016 Defence White Paper has commenced.
Transport for NSW’s Sydney Roads Asset Performance Contracts (SRAPC) aim to establish a ‘whole of asset life’ approach to road maintenance and construction. The project is taking a network-wide approach to improve customers’ experiences through better connectivity, integrated services and enhanced use of capacity. This 9 to 15 year maintenance contract period will cover routine maintenance, tactical projects and refurbishment works.
Voith has been awarded a contract to equip the Australian pumped storage power station Snowy 2.0, one of the largest pumped storage basins worldwide, with electrical and mechanical power plant components and including three innovative variable-speed pump turbines. Snowy 2.0 will underpin Australia's renewable energy future. The power plant is one of the largest of its kind in the world.
To meet the requirements of L125-4, Safran Electronics & Defence Australasia will leverage its global experience in soldier modernisation programs and lead a consortium which combines the best Australian experience and knowledge available in autonomous systems, and complex program delivery.
AIR6500 Phase 1 Joint Air Battle Management System (JABMS) will form the core architecture of the future ADF Integrated Air and Missile Defence (IAMD) capability to improve the accuracy and speed of ADF systems’ response to air and missile threats in the future (2025+,) in order to protect deployed forces whilst increasing levels of interoperability with Coalition partners.
TransGrid (electricity transmission operator in New South Wales (NSW) and ElectraNet (electricity distributor in South Australia (SA)) are currently investigating the proposed construction and operation of a new electrical interconnector and network support options between NSW and SA.
To facilitate the Australian Defence Force’s (‘ADF’) key objective of modernising its bulk fuel storage and distribution capability, the Commonwealth is collaborating with Australian industry by issuing a tender for its Deployable Bulk Fuel Distribution (‘DBFD’) System under Joint Project 8190 (JNT08190PH1).