Multipanel wins exporter of the year
Multipanel has continued on its winning way by taking out two prestigious BIA awards at a recent ceremony held at Crown, Melbourne. Simply honored to be nominated in three separate categories, the team at MultiPanel was blown away when announced as the winners of not one but two awards.
- Marine Exporter of the Year
- Marine Manufacturer for marine related product
Looking back to 2008 when MultiPanel was recognised and highlighted on a global stage at the Mets Trade Show in Amsterdam, CEO Tony Russo had this to say about our recent achievements.
“Being a finalist of the DAME awards was a great achievement but to receive further recognition from the BIA for being a leader in exporting and marine manufacturing reinforces the fact that MultiPanel is now a global player and offers the most advanced building material across a myriad of construction industries”.
The success follows on from last year when MultiPanel also received two BIA awards, for marine manufacturing for marine related product and the Business Innovation Award.
These awards are not only acknowledgment of our terrific product but of a successful business with an extremely strong corporate culture. The following selection criteria for the awards support the fact that MultiPanel really does view these awards as a huge team effort:
- Product range
- Customer service
- Innovation in product design
- Positioning your company for future growth
“It has been a amazing journey since inception for Multipanel. It’s the little things along the way like positive feedback, constant referrals and of course the occasional award that really do make what we do worth it”, Multipanel General Manager Brenton Russo said.
Many thanks to all our clients, supporters and staff. We would in particular like to take this opportunity to thank the relevant industry bodies and government supporters such as Austrade (World Wide), AIMEX (Australian International Marine Export Group), BIA, Victorian Government Business Offices (World Wide) and ICN Group (Victoria).