The Darling Downs business stood alongside 43 of the of the state’s leading exporters to be named finalists in 2023, across 15 categories.
Mort & Co CEO, Stephen O’Brien, says the achievement is an immense honour and a testament to the quality of exporting businesses emerging from regional areas.
...With so many great businesses in our regions, tonight’s achievement is a phenomenal success for our team and for our region.”
Mr O’Brien congratulated the businesses who joined Mort & Co at the prestigious awards ceremony and thanked the State Government for its acknowledgement of their hard work and continuing innovation.
“These awards are a mechanism for benchmarking our business against an array of exporting peers and in only a few short years, we’ve seen the program grow from 36 finalists to 43.
For Mort & Co, operating internationally has meant a new level of innovation and its astounding to see so many fellow exporters raising the bar in this space.
With the calibre of nominees growing, Mort & Co faces an exceptionally challenging level of competition, making these achievements all the more significant for our business.”
Mort & Co Executive Chairman, Charlie Mort, says the award is a reflection of the hard work and dedication applied by everyone in the company.
“This award is not only ours. It is an award that should be celebrated by our communities – particularly the Darling Downs and Western Downs regions and our network of producer partners who are based all over Australia...
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Tonight’s achievement not only reflects positively on Mort & Co, but also our complementary services, valued supply partners and globally positioned customers, right down to our local communities and economies.”
Queensland’s successful businesses will now compete as finalists at a national level, taking on the Australian Export Awards to be held later in the year.