Success Stories and Case Studies
Read about the successful export stories of New South Wales.
Sugar Free Solutions
Sugar Free Solutions is exporting sugar-free cake and muffin mixes to the Middle East and Asia thanks to the NSW Government and Austrade assistance in exhibiting products on the NSW-supported stand at the Gulfood Food Expo in Dubai earlier this year.
NSW companies take advantage of KAFTA
For NSW businesses the Korea Australia Free Trade Agreement is already paying dividends, just 18 months after it came into effect.
NSW companies' FTA successes
With free trade agreements now in force with China, Japan and Korea and a signed Trans-Pacific Partnership NSW companies are making the most of the opportunities in north Asia.
Flavourtech is an exemplar of the role exports can play in growing business, with 90% of its sales coming from exports to Japan, China, India, Sri Lanka, Europe and the USA.
One small NSW company is making a big difference in southern Africa with its HIV self-testing kits.
Based in Bahrain, the Midal Cables group was interested in expanding its international operations. The NSW Government worked closely with Midal Cables to identify a suitable site, near a ready supply of raw materials.
Chinese banks choose NSW
The top five Chinese banks all set up their Australian headquarters in Sydney. The NSW Government provides assistance to financial institutions considering investing in Sydney, the financial capital of Australia.
With the help of the NSW Government, Norco expanded its ice cream production facilities to grow domestic and export markets for manufactured dairy products. The department also worked with Norco on its market entry strategy for China.
Richmond Dairies is a high-tech food production company, highly regarded for its expertise in producing frozen and powdered milk products. The NSW Government provided financial assistance to help it upgrade its waste management systems.
Southern Cotton's new cotton gin in the Murrumbidgee Valley brings the latest technology to southern NSW. The NSW Government provided financial assistance to upgrade electricity infrastructure in the region