Members

Manufacturing Australia’s member companies include BlueScope, Brickworks, Capral, Cement Australia, CSR, Dulux GroupIncitec Pivot, Orora and Rheem.

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BlueScope Steel

Paul O'Malley, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

“In the current soft domestic economy policy action is needed to spur growth and cut the costs of doing business in Australia. This includes cutting interest rates, easing pressure on energy costs and encouraging labour market flexibility.”

BlueScope Steel is the leading steel company in Australia and New Zealand, supplying a large percentage of all flat steel products sold in these markets. The company's products play a big part in people's everyday lives, being vital components in suburban houses, landmark buildings and structures and popular makes of cars.

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Brickworks

Lindsay Partridge AM, Managing Director

“The manufacturing industry in Australia is facing a number of significant challenges. Manufacturing Australia provides Brickworks with an ideal forum to collaborate with other leading manufacturers and present a united voice for positive change.”

Brickworks Limited was established in 1934 and listed on the ASX in 1961. From its origins as a New South Wales and Queensland based brick manufacturer, it has grown to become one of Australia’s largest building products suppliers, with significant operations across all Australian states.  The Building Products portfolio includes market leading brands Austral Bricks™, Austral Masonry™, Bristile Roofing™, Austral Precast™ and Auswest Timbers ™. In addition to the Building Products Group, Brickworks also comprises significant property interests and a 42.72% holding in Washington H. Soul Pattinson.

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Capral

Tony Dragicevich, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

"Stronger anti-dumping measures are key to the survival of parts of Australian manufacturing. Existing measures are being flagrantly abused and because of this Manufacturing Australia will continue to call on the Government to do more to help local manufacturers fight cheap imports from Asia."

Capral is Australia’s largest manufacturer and distributor of aluminium profiles. An Australian company, they commenced operations in 1936 and today, have a national footprint of world-class aluminium extrusion plants. Capral employ 900 people around Australia and are a market leader in supply to fabricators and distributors, focusing on the Residential, Commercial and Industrial segments.

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Cement Australia

Rob Davies, CEO

An icon of the Australian cement industry, Cement Australia is the nation’s leading supplier of cement products and services. With a world-class reputation and an unmatched depth of experience, we deliver a broad range of competitive products and services – from bulk and packaged cement products to alternative fuels and waste management. Our team of over 1100 talented people supply major concrete producers, building and engineering contractors, leading retail building suppliers and some of the nation’s largest mines.

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CSR

Rob Sindel, Managing Director CSR

"A productive manufacturing sector is a critical component of Australia’s economy as it generates demand for skilled employment, cultivates export markets, adds value to other domestic industries such as resources and agriculture and showcases Australian innovation."

CSR is a leading building products company in Australia and New Zealand and is the name behind some of the market's most trusted and recognised brand names including Gyprock™ plasterboard, Bradford™ insulation, PGH™ bricks and pavers, Monier™ rooftiles and Viridian™ glass.  CSR is also a joint venture participant in the globally cost competitive Tomago aluminium smelter, located near Newcastle, NSW.

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Dulux Group

Patrick Houlihan, Managing Director and CEO

DuluxGroup is a leading marketer and manufacturer of premium branded products that enhance, protect and maintain the places and spaces where people live and work.  It is home to some of Australia’s most trusted and iconic brands including  Dulux paints and coatings, Cabot’s wood coatings, Selleys adhesives and sealants, Yates garden products and B&D garage doors and openers. DuluxGroup’s primary focus is on the home improvement market, and this is complemented by a presence in commercial and industrial markets.  

DuluxGroup’s heritage dates back almost a century, and today we employ more than 4000 people throughout the Asia Pacific region, with approximately 3,000 of these located in Australia where we are part of the S&P/ASX100 index.  

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Incitec Pivot

James Fazzino, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer

“I am proud to be the head of a highly-skilled team involved in manufacturing. We make things. We make fertilisers and explosives for two great global industries – agriculture and resources.  Manufacturing  is the sector of the economy which can grow full-time employment, create exports, replace imports, underpin technology and skills development, stimulate regional development and in general, significantly contribute to the economic activity of the nation, and the prosperity of all Australians.”

Incitec Pivot is the largest supplier of fertilisers in Australia; the largest supplier of industrial explosives products and services in North America; and the second largest supplier of industrial explosives products and services in Australia.

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Orora

Nigel Garrard, Managing Director and CEO, Orora Ltd

All Australians will benefit if our country’s manufacturing organisations thrive over the medium and longer term. The critical work that Manufacturing Australia is undertaking on behalf of over one million people the sector employs, aims to bring all stakeholders together to create a policy environment that supports this vision. With this support, we see a strong and sustainable future for a sector that will make a positive contribution to the Australian economy and way of life for many years to come.

Orora Ltd is headquarted in Melbourne, Australia. The company was created in 2013 after Amcor, one of the world's largest packaging companies with a 150 year history in Australia, demerged their Australasian and Packaging Distributions businesses. For more information visit www.ororagroup.com

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Rheem

Matt Sexton, Rheem Chief Executive Officer

“Australian manufacturing can compete with the best in the world, if we allow it to do so.”

From humble beginnings in 1936 when The Rheem Manufacturing Co. (Australia) Proprietary Limited was incorporated, Rheem has grown in reputation to be synonymous with excellence, reliability, innovation and for delivery “steady hot and strong” water heating to Australians.

For over 75 years, Rheem has remained at the forefront of manufacturing technology and is today Australia’s largest manufacturer of gas, electric, heat pump and solar water heaters for domestic, commercial and large scale project applications.

Rheem Australia employs over 1000 Australians directly and is the name behind many household brands such as Rheem, Vulcan, Aquamax and Solahart.