Noja Power — Australian Export Awards finalist

Tuesday, 13 November, 2007

Noja Power Switchgear is a national finalist in the small to medium manufacturer category of the 2007 Australian Export Awards after winning its state-based award.

Operating out of Brisbane, the company consists of electrical engineers and contractors that research, develop, design, manufacture and supply low- and medium-voltage switchgear.

Export Awards CEO, Peter O’Byrne said there had been 451 entrants in this year’s competition.

“The 79 businesses that are finalists in the 2007 Australian Export Awards in the last financial year generated export earnings worth $11.6 billion and directly employed more than 38,500 Australians,” O’Byrne said.

“Selecting 12 category Export Award winners, as well as the overall DHL Australian Exporter of the Year, from such a quality field is a demanding task. It is a challenge we are fortunate to face because of the significant contribution these companies make to Australia’s international business profile and to the prosperity and living standards all Australians enjoy.”

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