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Bestech Australia nominated for Melbourne Business Award

Bestech Australia has been nominated by Kingston City Council for the 2014
MBA Business of the Year Award. Melbourne Business Awards acknowledge and
honour business excellence within the region.

Bestech Australia Managing Director Sam Bhasin was also invited to the
business breakfast on 5th September 2014 as a speaker to present the company’s
growth journey.

Bestech Australia will receive the judging panel comprising of MBA
committee members on 28th October 2014 at its Dingley Office for a site tour.

Founded in 2002 in Melbourne, Bestech Australia is one of the fastest
growing companies in Australia and New Zealand, specialising in the manufacture
and distribution of sensors, instrumentation, technical teaching equipment and
flexible package leak testers. Having expanded through organic growth as well
as acquisitions, Bestech Australia offers global technology with reliable local

Bestech Australia employs a strong customer driven approach, designing
and producing engineered products to suit their customers’ requirements. Bestech’s
customer base spans universities and research labs as well as defence, food,
transport, water and metal industries.

Bestech’s independent research and development on their package
integrity testers has bridged the gap in food and pharmaceutical QA processes
for quality, traceability and assurance of the shelf life of finished goods.
These are now exported to many countries worldwide.

The Melbourne Business Awards, South East Region is a not for profit
organisation that honours the achievements of business enterprises operating in
the South East Region of Melbourne. The Awards inspire and assist small to
medium sized companies, enabling engagement with other businesses as well as
across all levels of Government; recognise companies demonstrating ‘excellence
of leadership’ in their field; inspire small to medium enterprises to overcome
their challenges by learning from their own successes and achievements and that
of others; encourage companies to adopt business models sustaining value
through a culture of discipline responsive to innovation; and enable and
provide valuable networking opportunities for local business people. 

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