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Powerplants in the race for Casey Cardinia Business Awards

Local Australian horticultural technology manufacturer and installer, Powerplants, was announced as a Manufacturing finalist at Casey Cardinia Business Awards 2017 Finalist function on 6th September 2017.

Recognised for their unique and innovative manufacturing in all things horticulture, Carl van Loon - Director of Powerplants and Tony Bundock - Product and Estimation Manager – Controls, Systems & Lighting were honoured and excited to attend the finalist function, and are now eagerly awaiting the final outcome, which is being announced at a Gala dinner on Thursday 9th October 2017.

2017 Casey Cardinia Business Award finalists including Carl van Loon, Tony Bundock together with Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen (far left) and City of Casey Councillor Amanda Stapledon (far right), at the Business Breakfast held at Cranbourne Racing Centre on Wednesday 6 September.

“Powerplants stands a good chance to win, with only three finalists selected in the manufacturing sector. However, win or lose, we are just so very proud of all our achievements and the hard work that has been accomplished by our team at Powerplants”, Car van Loon – Director.

Powerplants was founded in 1994 by Carl van Loon, and has a long history of advancing Australia’s horticultural industry. Their partners are farmers, growers, supermarkets and government authorities and their key goal of improving Australia’s plant production and food sustainability is at the forefront of their workmanship.
During this week, key personnel including site judges will be visiting the Powerplants office and factory in Hallam, Victoria to meet staff, confirm key criteria answers and video record the greenhouse technology manufacturing production and processes.

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