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Bundaberg Brewed Drinks export awards finalist

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks export awards
Bundaberg Brewed Drinks CEO John McLean said it was humbling to be recognised across three different categories in the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards.

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks has been named a three-time finalist in the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2022.

The local company is named a finalist in the Agribusiness, Food and Beverages Award, the Manufacturing and Advanced Materials Award and Regional Exporter Award.

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks CEO John McLean said it was humbling to be recognised across three different categories in the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards.

“It’s an honour to be recognised by our peers as a finalist for this year’s Queensland Export Awards, especially after the unprecedent few years we, and so many others, have experienced globally,” John said.

“We’re very proud to be alongside so many incredible Queensland businesses. 

“Our team members have given their all through the challenges we have been given recently, and this nomination is recognition of their hard work and dedication.”

John said it was always a nice feeling to showcase the Bundaberg Region to the rest of the world, but even better when it was represented locally.

“Treating the world to Bundaberg remains a key ingredient in how we export globally,” he said.

“We are proud to be representing our hometown on the Queensland stage.”

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks continues to go from strength to strength.

“For over 50 years, we’ve surrounded ourselves with talented people and have built on the strong foundations built by those who have come before our present teams,” he said.

“We remain true to our family values which has driven our growth globally. 

“We work closely with our partners who are critical to our success. We would not be here today if we didn’t develop strong relationships with our suppliers, distributors, customers and consumers. 

“Our job is taking Bundaberg to the world, for we are very fortunate to be part of a terrific region.”

A total of 34 companies will compete across 13 categories with the top exporter to be named Exporter of the Year.

Queensland exports support one in five jobs across the state.

Around 40 per cent of our 7000 goods exporting companies are based in regional Queensland.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment Cameron Dick announced the finalists for the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2022 on Wednesday morning.

The Premier said that every year she was impressed and humbled by the quality of the entries.

“No matter where they are located or what product, the innovation, dedication and tenacity of these Queensland success stories are on show, contributing to good jobs and our great Queensland lifestyle,” the Premier said.

The awards will be presented at a gala event at the Royal International Convention Centre at the RNA Showgrounds on October 5.

Minister Dick said despite tough trading conditions through the ongoing impact of the pandemic, the nominated companies had achieved global success.

“Queensland is an export driven economy,” the Treasurer said.

“The value of our exports has almost doubled in the year to May 2022, to a remarkable $115 billion.

“These businesses are part of that, and their drive and ambition showcase how Queensland succeeds in business around the world every day.

“I’m looking forward to seeing which of these great Queensland success stories triumphs on the night and then takes the next step to the national finals.”

Further details on the awards can be found here.

Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards 2022 finalist:

Advanced Technologies Award

  • Helitak Fire Fighting Equipment (Sunshine Coast)
  • Next Level Racing (Gold Coast)
  • One Model (Brisbane)
  • VALD Performance (Brisbane)

Agribusiness, Food and Beverages Award

  • Bundaberg Brewed Drinks (Bundaberg)
  • Mort & Co (Toowoomba)
  • Plasvacc (Scenic Rim)

Creative Industries Award

  • ABI Interiors (Gold Coast)
  • bureau^proberts (Brisbane)
  • Circa (Brisbane)
  • Next Level Racing (Gold Coast)
  • Signs in Motion (Gold Coast)

E-commerce Award

  • ABI Interiors (Gold Coast)
  • Milton & King (Toowoomba)
  • Tirtyl (Brisbane)

Emerging Exporter Award

  • Mining Skills Australia (Brisbane)
  • Oper8 Global (Brisbane)
  • Plungie (Brisbane)
  • Tirtyl (Brisbane)

International Education and Training Award

  • John Paul International College (Logan)
  • Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane)
  • TAFE Queensland (Brisbane)

International Health Award

  • BSD Robotics (Moreton Bay Region)
  • Ellume (Brisbane)
  • Healthcare Logic (Gold Coast)
  • Imaging Solutions (Logan)
  • VALD Performance (Brisbane)

Manufacturing and Advanced Materials Award

  • Bundaberg Brewed Drinks (Bundaberg)
  • Helitak Fire Fighting Equipment (Sunshine Coast)
  • Real Time Instruments (Mackay)
  • Signs in Motion (Gold Coast)
  • Sun Engineering (Brisbane)
  • Professional Services Award
  • CEQ (Logan)
  • Curious Minds (Brisbane)
  • Hydrobiology (Brisbane)
  • Medical Rescue (Gold Coast)

Regional Exporter Award

  • Bundaberg Brewed Drinks (Bundaberg)
  • Helitak Fire Fighting Equipment (Sunshine Coast)
  • Mort & Co (Toowoomba)
  • Plasvaac (Scenic Rim)

Resource and Energy

  • Applied Mining Technologies (Brisbane)
  • Real Time Instruments (Mackay)
  • Redflow (Brisbane)
  • Sun Engineering (Brisbane)
  • Small Business Award
  • Applied Mining Technologies (Brisbane)
  • Bridj Technology (Brisbane)
  • Oper8 Global (Brisbane)
  • Plasvaac (Scenic Rim)
  • Tirtyl (Brisbane)

Sustainability Award

  • Hydrobiology (Brisbane)
  • Prohelion (Brisbane)
  • Solar Bollard Lighting (Moreton Bay Region)
  • Tirtyl (Brisbane)

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