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Gyprock has partnered with Australian Campaign (AMCL) to promote Australian manufacturers in the building and construction industry. Gyprock pioneered plasterboard in 1947, and transformed the building industry in Australia with the introduction of paper-faced plasterboard. Today, Gyprock continues to drive innovation, influencing trends in the home design, commercial and architectural space.
Gyprock produces hundreds of products each year in its state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities located across the country, and employs over 2,400 Australians. Gyprock Executive General Manager, Paul Dalton, said the company takes great pride in its local manufacturing operations and is committed to protecting Australian jobs.
“We are proud of our history as an Australian manufacturer. Not only do we take pride in supporting the continuation of local jobs, but there is also a satisfaction that comes with producing a nationally recognised Australian Made product.” said Mr Dalton.
Paul adds, “Gyprock is proud to be an Australian Made partner. Carrying the Australian Made logo and directing decision-makers to our products on the Australian Made website provides transparency.”
Ben Lazzaro, Chief Executive of the Australian Made Campaign, said, “Australian manufacturers make some of the highest quality building products in the world, and from our most recent research these products and materials are increasingly preferred by builders and home renovators.”
A recent study from Roy Morgan Research found that Aussies favour Australian Made products, with two-thirds of Australian preferring to buy Australian-made building and renovation materials, and a further 61% preferring to buy Australian-made tools and hardware. The research also found that high quality, use of ethical labour, and supporting local jobs and employment are all attributes associated with the Australian Made logo and the products that carry it.
“It’s more important than ever to support and grow the local manufacturing capability. A thriving manufacturing sector is critical to Australia’s economic future and prosperity, and will help create jobs, strengthen local industries and support local communities. Gyprock will proudly display the famous green and gold Australian Made logo,” says Paul.