Consolidated Pastoral Company has been named the 2016 Northern Territory Exporter of the Year.
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the award recognised outstanding achievement by CPC in international trade.
“CPC is Australia’s largest privately owned cattle producer has more than 30 years’ experience exporting cattle from the NT to Asia and the Middle East.
“Owning and operating 19 cattle stations across Northern Australia, including 375,000 head of cattle across 5.6 hectares of land, CPC’s primary focus is to connect the best Australian beef to the World.”
CPC also won the 2016 agribusiness award.
The Northern Territory’s main export products continue to be oil and gas, mineral ores, live cattle and agricultural products.
Northern Territory winners progress as national finalists in the Australia Export Awards to be held later in the year.
Exporter of the Year: Consolidated Pastoral Company
Agribusiness: Consolidated Pastoral Company
Creative Industries: Buku Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre
Regional Exporter: Tiwi Plantation Corporation
Small Business: Monsoon Aquatics
Education & Training: Charles Darwin University
Manufacturing Industry: Northern Cement
Resource Supply and Service: Buslink VEVO
Industry Innovation: Centre for Appropriate Technology
Innovation Commendation Award: I Vet
Business Services: Guppytraders.com
Indigenous Exporter of the Year: Buku Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre
International Business Student of the Year: Faatih Natasha Putri
International Business Student Commendation: Ritwik Dasgupta
International Student: Enggar Daranindra
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