Selectronic granted use of Australian Made logo
Selectronic Australia has been officially granted the use of the coveted Australian Made logo by the Australian Made Campaign Limited.
Selectronic's range of SP PRO inverter charger products may now bear the 'Australian Made & Owned' descriptor under the arrangement. This coincides with the family-owned company's next phase of growth and move to a new head office and production facility in Victoria.
Renowned performance and durability in the toughest environments, the SP PRO range provides a reliable power solution for renewable energy systems ranging from 3 to 240 kW.
"Selectronic has always been Australian made, but in these uncertain times there has been a renewed focus in Australia for supporting and buying Aussie made. We are extremely proud to bear this logo on our SP PRO series, not only for ourselves but also for our local supply chain that forms over 83% of components for the SP PRO range," said Selectronic CEO Rod Scott.
"Australia is a very proud and patriotic country, the fantastic work of the Australian Made Campaign and the famous logo helps to highlight just what we can produce as a country. I firmly believe that Australia has the potential to be a world leader in the design and production of products for the renewables industry," he said.
Australian Made Chief Executive Ben Lazzaro said, “We are delighted to welcome Selectronic on board as an Australian Made Licensee for their SP-PRO product range. Being an Australian family-owned business with a manufacturing history of more than 56 years, Selectronic is an exciting example of Australian manufacturing excellence gearing up for its next growth phase.
"The recent move to a new cutting-edge, larger production facility as well as the majority use of local suppliers for their Australian Made products is testament to the increasing demand for locally manufactured goods. By buying Australian now, not only are you getting products made to the highest of manufacturing standards, you are also pumping money back into the economy, creating jobs, strengthening local industries and supporting local communities,” he said.
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