none
none

NEW ALLIANCE AIMS AT GETTING MORE AUSSIE PRODUCTS ON SHELVES

01-06-2015
by 
in 

The Australian Made Campaign is teaming up with RANGEme to help give Aussie growers and manufacturers a competitive edge when pitching their products and produce to retail buyers.

RANGEme is a revolutionary online platform used by retail buyers within the grocery, pharmacy, convenience and health food channels to source new products for their stores.

Suppliers using the site to pitch their products to leading retailers can now highlight their Australian Made certification by incorporating the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo on their product profiles.

“Many retailers now have procurement policies that require a significant percentage of products sourced to be locally made or grown, so the ability to quickly and easily communicate that products have been produced locally will give Aussie businesses a great advantage,” Australian Made Campaign Chief Executive, Ian Harrison said.

“The standards products must meet in order to be eligible to use the country-of-origin certification trade mark are more stringent than the rules for making a country-of-origin claim in writing, so this initiative will help set Aussie growers and manufacturers apart from the rest.”

Carly Shamgar, RANGEme, Sales & Marketing Director, said both organisations are committed to the success of Australian suppliers in the retail landscape.

“We are delighted to be working with Australian Made to showcase Australian produced products to leading buyers.”

www.australianmade.com.au

www.rangeme.com.au

Related news & editorials

  1. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Thousands of visitors, exhibitors, and speakers from around the world are expected to attend National Manufacturing Week (NMW), to be held from 9th to 11th May 2018 at the Sydney Showground.
    With registrations now open, the free-to-attend event will offer unrivalled access to world-class speakers... Read More
  2. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    An in-depth analysis of the battery industry in Australia has shown that lithium totals a $2 trillion investment opportunity, and despite investment in other kinds of battery technology, Australia must act or be left behind in lithium tech. 
    The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC... Read More
  3. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Lockheed Martin Australia has opened a new $12 million Lockheed Martin Australia House on the edge of Canberra’s Parliamentary Triangle. 
    The new office was opened by Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne, who said the company has cemented its ongoing commitment to Australia's defence industry... Read More
  4. 20.02.2018
    20.02.2018
    by      In
    Expressions of interest have now opened for trade works on the Osborne Naval Shipbuilding Precinct infrastructure project, promising up to 600 new construction jobs, and ongoing maintenance procedures. 
    Under the project, new facilities will be required to support the continuous build programs for... Read More