Australian made products have been highlighted at an expo to encourage people to seek out local manufacturers and businesses. Products featuring the Australian Made logo could be seen across Sydney Build 2019 on March 14-15. An Australian-made Mack truck specially coloured green and gold, was one of the products on display in the Hordern Pavilion. … Continue reading Australian manufacturers highlighted at Sydney Build expo
Ben Young, frank green chief executive officer, is calling out to Australian manufacturers to help create stainless-steel reusable cups nationally. Frank green, an Australian Made licensee, currently produces all of its plastic reusable cup products in Australia through a local manufacturer. The company is seeking to replicate this for its stainless-steel range. “We believe manufacturing … Continue reading Australian stainless-steel manufacturers in demand as company looks locally
Ninety per cent of Australians are more likely to buy Australian-made products than those from overseas, a new Roy Morgan study has found. The survey of 15,000 Australians, aged 14 and over, measured how likely Australians were to buy products from Australia and large players such as USA, China and the UK. The survey, conducted … Continue reading Survey indicates 90 per cent of Australians want locally made products
Australian Made has entered into a strategic alliance with the AuMake International, which will promote Australian manufactured goods to the Chinese supply chain. The alliance will establish a relationship whereby AuMake the Australian Made Campaign (AMCL) can proactively promote the benefits of each organisations, tapping into the daigou and Chinese tourist markets. After detailed analysis … Continue reading Australian Made, AuMake to tap into Chinese market
A new partnership between the Australian Made Campaign and Master Builders Australia aims to boost exports and the use of locally made products by the building and construction sectors. The initiative will encourage building and construction firms to source Australian-made goods and assist local businesses in marketing their products and services to export markets. Australian … Continue reading Partnership to increase Australian products in construction
A study by statistics firm Statista researched 43,000 consumers from 49 different countries to determine the world’s most respected ‘Made in’ labels. According to the study, Australia ranks 14th. Germany ranked first, receiving 100 index points, closely followed by Switzerland with 98 index points. Other nations in the top five include the EU as a … Continue reading ‘Made in Australia’ label among world’s most reputable
The Australian Made Campaign is encouraging businesses across Australia to promote their heritage on Family Business Day which is held annually on 19 September.
Fashion Revolution Week will showcase Australian Made producers again this year, with local labels taking shoppers behind the scenes of their supply chains to reveal the people and processes involved in sustainable Australian manufacturing. The ‘revolution’ uses social media to spread the very important message about supporting locally made, ethical fashion, encouraging consumers to turn … Continue reading Fashion Revolution Week showcases Australian Made producers
Manufacturers are urged to take advantage of one of our most cost-effective marketing tools – the Australian Made logo. Alan Johnson reports.
The full details of the Chinese-Australian Free Trade Agreement are expected to be released before the end of June.
Family Business Australia and the Australian Made Campaign have partnered to help foster business collaboration and offer improved access to resources.
The Australian Made Campaign has launched the ‘Australian Made Business-to-Business (B2B) Portal’—an interactive resource hub for Australian businesses.
The Australian Made Campaign has welcomed the Government’s moves to expand Australia’s access to the burgeoning Chinese market.
Victorian company ATE Tankers announces that it has been awarded the Australian Made Certification for its tankers.
The not-for-profit Australian Made Campaign put the spotlight on country-of-origin branding at the Northern Australia Food Futures Conference in Darwin.
The Australian Made Campaign is calling on consumers to get behind ‘our Aussie logo.
Two proudly Australian industrial companies, Mumme Products and Recoila, share their thoughts on the importance of sourcing from local suppliers.
The company is not short on ambition and aims to be the world’s largest supplier of the most energy efficient water heating solutions by 2015/2018.
The Australian Made Campaign is launching an initiative to promote country of origin labelling tomorrow.
Glenn Cooper, executive chairman of South Australian icon Coopers Brewery, has been announced as the new chairman of Australian Made campaign.