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The Australian food and beverage industry is leading the way to make sure that Australian consumers will not run out of the essentials as the country heads into an unprecedented lockdown.
Companies, such as Unilever’s Australian operation, are ramping up their production 24/7.
“What we have learnt during this challenging period is that it is imperative we work together as a community.,” said Clive Stiff, CEO Unilever Australia and New Zealand. “Our factories are operating 24/7 to try keep shelves stocked with essential food, personal care and cleaning products.”
Suppliers to the industry such as Inenco, have never been busier. “We are absolutely flat strap at the moment,” said the company’s national sales manager for lubricants, Steve Keown. “It’s unbelievably busy.”
As factories and food processing companies increase production, the after effect is that peripheral industries also need to step up to the plate – whether that be in health and safety, maintenance, sellers and resellers of plant and equipment – in order to make sure that manufacturing and processing plants can keep up with demand.
We here at Food & Beverage Industry News, have seen a spike in traffic as our core readers – procurement officers, maintenance managers and CEOs – look to make sure they are not only kept up to date with the latest news, but also to look for products and services that will keep their industry running and Australia fed.
Website traffic has grown significantly as we continue to engage with the market. All the latest and updated news is on Foodmag.com.au.
Food & Beverage Industry News is very excited to announce from August this year, the industry’s premier magazine will move to from a bi-monthly to a monthly model. What that means for our readers is more content, more insights and more of the latest up-to-date developments both locally and overseas. For our commercial partners, it means even more opportunities to have their message heard by decision makers and trend setters in the Australasian food and beverage market.
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