Wiley’s Top 6 News Stories of 2017

03 January 2018

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Welcome to 2018! We hope you all had a fantastic holiday break and are as ready as we are to dive into a fresh new year of possibilities.

But first, we thought we might reflect for a moment on the Top 6 News Stories Wiley published in 2017 (results are based on our Google analytics reports).

  1. Top trends consuming the food industry in 2016 
    As we stepped into 2016, Wiley’s Innovation and Strategy Director Brandon Miller explored the trends that are driving this year’s consumer food industry. Stay tuned for the 2018 version coming soon!
  1. Brownfield vs. Greenfield – The Pros and Cons
    Food and beverage companies are under increasing demand to continuously expand their manufacturing and warehousing operations. Each expansion brings with it the serious consideration of choosing between a Greenfield or Brownfield site.
  1. Project Update: GMP’s $30 million expansion takes shape
    Gundagai Meat Processors’ (GMP) $30 million expansion project which is set to create 76 new jobs and increase production by 40% is well underway with the new amenities building and corporate office now complete along with upgrades to various production areas.
  1. Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange strengthens reputation as the best facility on the North Coast with upgrade announcement
    The long-awaited multi-million dollar upgrade of the Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange in Casino New South Wales is in its final design stage; final planning approvals will follow, with construction planned to start by June.
  1. Nestlé warehouse and distribution centre
    Project profile: Flat and durable concrete floors increase warehouse efficiency for PT Nestlé Indonesia. Nestlé Distribution Indonesia contracted Wiley to construct a 15,000m2 central warehousing and distribution facility in East Java.
  1. Queensland Health partnering with Wiley on multiple projects
    Queensland Health have awarded Wiley’s contracting team multiple projects that involve the delivery of complex healthcare facilities across the Toowoomba Hospital and the Hervey Bay Hospital.  Wiley’s contracting team operate under a highly flexible and agile project management, design, procurement and delivery model that allows them to deliver a wide range of projects, big and small, very competitively.

What content would you like to see us create in 2018? Let us know at connect@wiley.com.au