Since the business began by selling and repairing bicycle tubes and tyres back in 1911, Vulcanite has evolved to meet the needs of transportation, construction and other industries, and has locations to serve its many repeat clients in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Asia.
Today, nearly a century later, the association remains 100 per cent grower owned and 100 per cent Australian. Its famously delicious apples have become an Australian staple and the co-op sends a whopping one million cartons to market each year.
The single mother of three personally developed the company from the ground up after discovering a gap in the marketplace for more natural – and thereby safer – personal care products for children. Her vibrant personality and unswerving approach enabled her to transform that experience into a wildly successful Australian business and an international reach, selling in more than 40,000 stores globally with over five million products sold to date across the globe.
Tintern Schools was established in 1877 when founding Principal Emma Cook wanted to start “an excellent school” for her many children, as she deemed established schools in her area to be unsuitable.
According to the Clean Energy Council, more than one in ten households is generating electricity from rooftop solar panels. As of January 2013, installed capacity of solar PV (photovoltaic, the standard panels) was a whisker short of 2,500 MW, with an average system size of 3.5 kW. Householders and businesses alike cite concerns about the rising cost of energy as a major reason for investing in solar units.
Popina CEO, Arnold May played a key part in growing Popina from its humble beginnings into what it is today.
Today, the multi campus school boasts three locations in the Melbourne area. The Moonee Ponds Campus houses girls from Prep – Year 6 and Year 7 – Year 10. The Essendon Campus is for boys in Prep – Year 6, and the Keilor East Campus houses boys in Years 7 – 10. Keilor East is also home to the Infinity Centre, the brand new co-od senior campus where PEGS boys and girls attend classes together for the first time.
Celebrating its 150th anniversary, Newington College is repositioning itself for the next 150 years rather than resting on its considerable laurels. It is hardly a coincidence that David likes to call himself CEO, although in this case he prefers it to stand for ‘Chief Educational Officer’.
But there is an extra dimension to this school, which opened its doors in 1991 and now holds some 1,400 students: its desire to take on board new and progressive ways of teaching and enabling the children to learn.
Providing Australia’s most comprehensive range of in-house designed powder handling products is just one reason why Kockums Bulk Systems should be the first choice for any client with a need to handle powders.