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  • Gamuda Australia and Laing O’Rourke are partnering on a major infrastructure project in Sydney, Australia. The two companies formed a consortium that won the A$2.16 billion Western Tunnelling Package in February 2022.

  • A leading Australian infant nutrition, organic baby food, snacks and vitamin supplements business has hit on a winning formula in its export strategy: diversification. Long before pandemics and trade disruptions, Bubs Australia was expanding across Asia with help from Austrade and its Agribusiness Expansion Initiative, as well as Investment NSW.

  • With a burgeoning senior population, changing household dynamics and increasing wealth, the Aged Care or Senior Living industry in Asia and Eastern Europe has opened opportunities for Australian capability.

  • Malaysia is competing fiercely with other countries in the region to provide a pro-business environment.

  • Australian ice cream made with premium Australian milk and cream is tantalising taste buds across Asia. This case study profiles some of the Aussie ice cream and ingredient makers enjoying export success.

  • The pandemic hit Shaw Wines’ Asia expansion plans just as they were taking off. The premium, family-owned vineyard wanted to build exports across Asia when COVID-19 halted travel and China imposed new trade measures.

  • A Brisbane-based technology company that helps match car drivers with parking spots has won a major global technology challenge.

  • Australia’s halal exporters are set to gain greater access to Malaysia’s rapidly growing halal food sector thanks to a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) and Malaysia’s Halal Development Corporation (HDC).

  • Rhima is a small manufacturing company with big ambitions. The company’s industrial washing machines are used across multiple sectors – including hospitality, medical and food-service facilities.

  • Modern dietary trends are creating fresh demand for plant-based protein. Vegetarianism has deep cultural roots in Malaysia.

  • Malaysia’s halal manufacturing sector is growing. There are opportunities to supply halal-certified agri-products to local and international food companies in Malaysia.