Shoalhaven Starches Newsletter
Shoalhaven Starches Community Reports
To protect the health of our people, our communities and the continuity of our business, Manildra Group has implemented proactive measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the pandemic.
From our world-class distillery, Manildra Group has been in a position to produce the pharmaceutical-grade ethanol at a minimum 70 per cent alcohol required for sanitisers and disinfectants aiding in the frontline fight by our health and essential service workers.
With the New Year bushfires devastating large tracts of Australia’s south-east and the drought continuing to ravage the state, our thoughtsand prayers are with those people and communities impacted.
We continue to support our staff and customers that have been affected by road closures and fires and continue to work towards getting our valuable products to customers in areas of dire need.
Since establishing our family business in 1952 with a flour mill in NSW, we’ve understood the invaluable contribution of our local producers, suppliers, customers and communities to the sustainability of our shared success.
We remain committed to working alongside the Bomaderry community, where our local team proudly delivers premium Australian ingredients to the world, as featured in this fourth edition of our biannual Shoalhaven Starches Community Report.
As a 100 per cent Australian family-owned business, upholding family values are just as much of a priority as growth for Manildra Group. Led by the Honan family, we strive for sustainable local jobs, innovation and quality products at our manufacturing sites across Australia.
Our focus on sustainable growth is why we constantly reinvest in our fully integrated, state-of-the-art facility in Bomaderry, manufacturing world-class food and industrial products.
Our Australian-owned business has always been backed by strong family values, led by Manildra Group Chairman, Dick Honan and Directors John, Caroline and Samantha Honan driving growth at home and globally.
With the roots of our family company’s heritage in Bomaderry, we remain dedicated to the sustainability of locally made food and products through our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Nowra.
Welcome to our first edition of the Shoalhaven Starches Community Report, a local newsletter to share stories from Manildra Group’s state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Bomaderry, on the NSW South Coast.
Here, we produce industrial and food products, which are distributed nationwide and overseas, and employ hundreds of staff directly, plus thousands more people indirectly through construction, transport, administration and maintenance services.