02 May 2017
Transtar selected as finalist in ACBA: 2017 Australia-China Business Awards
After winning the top award in 2014 and placing as a finalist in 2015, Transtar International Freight has again this year been selected as a finalist at the ACBA: 2017 Australia-China Business Awards. This year’s nomination is in 2 categories Business Excellence Award for Professional Services and Business Excellence Award for Cross-Border Investment.
For more information about the finalist, visit ACBA: 2017 finalists
The AustCham Westpac Australia-China Business Awards (ACBA) has for 24 years been a means of recognising companies that have worked to deliver Australian products or services to the Greater China region. These awards have grown in stature over the years and are now acknowledged as a high profile celebration.
The Professional Services Award recognises an Australian or Chinese company that has performed with excellence in professional services including accounting, administration, business management, business support, design, finance, hospitality management, IT, legal, supply chain & logistics, marketing and market research in Greater China over the past year. The Cross-Border Investment Award recognises a specific investment transaction (or series of transactions) undertaken over the past year by an Australian or Chinese company or consortium that has significantly strengthened the investment relationship between Australia and Greater China. The awards ceremony and winners will be announced in Beijing on 18 May, 2017.
Our significant growth over the last three decades can largely be attributed to our unique service offering. We have a fully integrated business model where our people and facilities control and manage cargo movements across the entire supply chain – we go way beyond port-to-port; we take you door-to-door.
“I do think more Australian companies should be looking at China as an opportunity to increase sales and reduce costs. There is no doubt that it can be challenging, but if you partner with the right people and follow the local rules, the gains are significant”. Hank Meyer, Group Managing Director.