Pat Boland, ANCA Joint Managing Director and Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment
ANCA CNC Machines has been inducted into the Australian Export Awards Hall of Fame at a ceremony on 24 November, joining the ‘best of the best’ exporting enterprises in Australia.
Steven Ciobo, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment presented the certificate of achievement as an Australian Export Award Hall of Fame to ANCA. The Hall of Fame celebrates businesses who have achieved sustained export growth through innovation and commitment.
Pat Boland, Joint Managing Director commented, “Being recognised as one of Australia’s top ever exporting businesses is a real honour. I never imagined when I founded ANCA with my business partner Pat McCluskey that our company would grow to become the global market leader in its field of CNC Machines. At our core ANCA has a highly talented workforce who are fascinated in technology and our ongoing commitment to innovation has enabled us to continue to grow and succeed in our field. We don’t just work with technology; we create technology - that’s so advanced it deals with dimensions and tolerances measured in nanometres. I am truly proud that ANCA has been operating from its base in Melbourne for 42 years now and we look forward to an exciting future ahead.”
The company was inducted into the Australian Exporter of the Year Hall of Fame after winning the top accolade three times in 2015, 2012 and 1995. Judges highlighted ANCA’s dedication to innovation and growth, and the company’s strong risk management strategy for intellectual property and skills maintenance.
See here for more information: http://www.exportawards.gov.au/History/hall-of-fame
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