Whyalla’s new $8 Million steel processing centre is expected to create more employment opportunities.
Up to 160 jobs will be on offer over a two-year period following the construction of the ‘state of the art’ facility.
Premier Stephen Marshall has says “The new facility will allow steel being processed in Whyalla to increase from 2000 tonnes a year to 1000 tonnes a month.”
Marshal said Regional South Australia will play a key role in our economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic which is why projects like this one are so important.
The State Government have funded $2 million dollars from the Regional Growth Fund, while the Federal Government will commit $750,000 from its Manufacturing Modernisation Fund.
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