Jindi Cheese, Kraft Foods inducted into Hall of Fame

Victorian Minister for Industry and Trade Jacinta Allan inducted Jindi Cheese and Kraft Foods for its Vegemite Port Melbourne operations to the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame.

According to the Victorian Government, the companies have displayed a sustained contribution to manufacturing excellence over the past five years.

The inductees will be eligible for inclusion in material produced by the Victorian Government to promote manufacturing excellence in Victoria. Each inductee also received a commemorative plaque to display at their premises.

The Hall of Fame showcases locally based manufacturers whose innovative and sophisticated solutions to manufacturing challenges are world class.

Through the establishment of the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame, the Victorian Government has been celebrating manufacturing excellence in the state.

Since 2001, 105 companies, 22 honour roll recipients, two lifetime members, and seven Young Manufacturers of the Year have been recognised by the program. These award winners represent aeronautical, automotive, telecommunications, printing, textiles, scientific instruments, health, packaging, marine, recycling and food manufacturing industries.









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