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Business View Australia – January/February 2016

Business View Australia – January/February 2016

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Editor’s Note

Dear Readers,

Australia has a robust political system and an effective bureaucracy. The press is free and highly independent and the country’s judicial system operates in an absolutely impartial manner. All these factors contribute to the nation’s ability to suitably alter its economic and business policies to address the changing environment.

In the current month’s issue of Business View Magazine Australia, we examine the working of several institutions that play a part in making the country’s economic and business policies resilient and in line with what is required. These associations encompass a wide range of areas and each of them plays an important role in highlighting issues which are of relevance to their respective sectors.

The Australian Forest Products Association is the peak national industry body representing the resources, processing, and pulp and paper industries covering the forest products value chain. Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT) is the voice of Local Government to other governments, interested stakeholders and the wider community to protect the interests and rights of councils, to promote the efficient operation of Local Government and to foster strategic and beneficial relationships.

The pre-eminent body representing the interests of over 100,000 retail motor trades businesses which employ over 308,000 people and have an aggregated annual turnover in excess of +$208 billion is the Motor Trades Association of Australia. The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) is Australia’s largest association for Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners working in SME’s through to large Corporates.

Our current issue carries stories about Tasmanian Infrastructure mentioning Break O’Day Council, Central Coast Council, Southern Midlands Council, Glenorchy City Council and Kingborough Council. They are outstanding examples of modern and forward-looking municipal bodies that provide the highest possible level of service to their residents.

The issue also talks about the New South Wales Infrastructure writing on Port Stephens Council and Western Australian Infrastructure covering pages on City of Bayswater. They are providing world-class infrastructure and amenities to their people.

The aged care sector in the country is undergoing rapid expansion with a number of large companies expanding into this area. Our current issue features two well-established aged care residential organisations – Bene Aged Care and Cooinda Aged Care Centre providing the best aged care facilities which has been analysed in these sections of the magazine.

The healthcare industry has achieved a highest standards of excellence by having many advanced centres like the non-for-profit system as TLC Healthcare.

Australia has one of the highest density of franchising in the world. Houseproud Cleaning operating throughout Australia illustrates very aptly the reason why that the franchising industry in the country is so successful.

Our section on logistics companies has article on one of the renowned transportation company, Rocke Brothers. This issue we are also covering how Versace Timbers being a family owned and operated business located in Virginia, Queensland has built up a strong reputation for being a quality supplier of construction timber in its 60 years of existence and Bremtec, a company in the automotive industry that distributes brake pads, brake discs, brake wear sensors and brake accessories.

As always, we look forward to your feedback and inputs.