(1) Coca-Cola Amatil.
Possibly Australia’s biggest beverage supplier, this bottling service operates in six Asian countries (being Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, and Australia).
Amatil specializes in non-alcoholic carbonated drinks, energy drinks, and water/sports bottles – supplied by a labor force of close to 15,000 people.
(2) Devondale Murray Goulburn.
Responsible for 1/3 of Australia’s dairy airport, this company is comprised of over 2000 shareholding farmers.
The company operates multiple trading stores in Tasmania, New South Wales, and Victoria. It also operates sales offices in Australia’s largest cities.
Currently owned by the US Company Cargill, this company is one of Australia’s largest meat processors, and has been in operation since 1946.
It operates six plants across South Australia and Queensland – providing fresh foods, convenience meals, and cooked delis.
Assemco, founded in 1996, is one of Australia’s largest manufacturing plants for food and beverage products. They are Melbourne Victoria’s largest outsourcing and assembly plant.
In addition to food and beverages, Assemco also works with machine assembly, with Kenworth trucks being one of its biggest partners.
Assemco manufactures and packages a range of health foods and supplements, and works with a range of retailers in Australia and internationally.
(5) JBS Australia.
Being Australia’s largest exporter, marketers, and packer of meats, this company services over 50 countries worldwide.
Currently, it produces and processes many mutton, lamb, and beef products, with multiple facilities around the Australia.