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Australian Made inks deal with Conlay Press

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(29/06/2018 )

It’s no secret that engaging in international events, such as those in China, can be of huge benefit for Australian businesses. In May, Australian Made Campaign Ltd Chief Executive Officer Ian Harrison travelled to China to attend a suite of events associated with Shanghai 2018 and the China International Beauty Expo (CIBE).

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Australian Made inks deal with Conlay Press

The Australian Made Campaign has appointed Conlay Press as its preferred printer for all official Australian Made merchandise.

The not-for-profit Australian Made Campaign administers and promotes the country’s iconic green-and-gold kangaroo logo, the certification trade mark for products made and grown in Australia. Thousands of Australian businesses are registered to use the logo in Australia and around the world.

Conlay Press was established in 1975, and its staff has more than 40 years of combined experience in the printing industry. This expertise, combined with the capacity to service businesses nationwide, and print on Australian Made stock, were key factors in the decision.

Conlay Press will print the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo on everything from stickers and swing tags, to posters and banners and more. Millions of these branded items are printed each year, to be featured on products certified to carry the stamp of authenticity.

As part of the deal, an online portal was created for businesses to use to order their Australian Made merchandise online. Visit to view the full range.

“We are proud to be working with the Australian Made Campaign to create merchandise for Australia’s farmers and manufacturers that will help them market their products as genuinely Aussie,” Conlay Press Managing Director, Aaron Storer, said.

To find out if your business is eligible to carry the Australian Made certification trade mark, and apply online, visit