The manufacturing industry is a diverse sector. It includes commodity products such as some foods and beverages to high value-added products including automotive and aerospace components.

It also covers machine tools, medical devices, electronics, advanced materials and pharmaceuticals.

Read our guides and watch our video to help learn about the eligibility of manufacturing activities under the R&D Tax Incentive.


Watch this hypothetical business scenario of how a company manufacturing and experimentally testing a new type of anode for the production of titanium can apply for the R&D Tax Incentive.

Manufacturing and the R&D Tax Incentive

Read hypothetical examples of companies developing new products and processes, and how they self-assess their activities against the eligibility criteria for the R&D Tax Incentive.

See examples of core and supporting R&D activities, overseas activities and R&D in a production environment.

Manufacturing and the R&D Tax Incentive

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