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Kinder Australia launches international website

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Kinder Australia has launched an international website, with the Asia Pacific region the company's primary target market.

“The vision of continuous productivity, innovation and expansion has been central to our values”, said Neil Kinder, CEO, Kinder Australia.

“Our new international website is a big leap for the Kinder K brand. It’s a significant milestone for all involved and is strategically aligned to the company’s global expansion plans. It’s also in a response to the growing demands and opportunities presented by the Asia Pacific mining, quarrying & extraction industries”, explained Kinder.

According to GlobalData Mining Intelligence’s estimates, AUS$253 billion in mining sector CAPEX across 483 projects are in development or have been forecasted to commence over the next two years, globally. With APAC forecasted to emerge on top, with the largest proportion of total projects, at 38% ahead of the Middle East and Africa, 15%.

“The embarkment into the Asia Pacific region is supported by the company’s 3000 m2 state-of-the-art warehouse facility, housing over 8000 conveyor hardware components and accessories”, said Kinder.

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