Unilever Australasia

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Unilever Australasia
Subsidiary of Unilever
IndustryFast-Moving Consumer Goods FMCG)
Founded1899; 121 years ago (1899) (as Lever Brothers)
HeadquartersSydney, Australia
Key people
Sebastian Lazell (CEO)
Race Strauss (VP Finance)
ProductsHome & Personal Care, Foods
Number of employees
~1600
ParentUnilever
Websitehttp://www.unilever.com.au/

Unilever Australasia is the Australian and New Zealand subsidiary company of Anglo-Dutch FMCG company Unilever.[1] The 3 divisions of the company are Home & Personal Care, Foods (excluding Ice Cream) and Ice Cream. The company is headquartered in Epping, Sydney, Australia, and has factories located in North Rocks (Sydney, NSW, Australia), Minto (Sydney, NSW, Australia), Tatura (Melbourne, VIC, Australia) and Petone (Wellington, WGN, New Zealand). Most of the HPC and foods products sold are similar to those sold by Unilever in other Western countries, whilst the ice cream subsidiary company is Streets, which is the largest ice cream company in Australia.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unilever Australia Retrieved 18 July 2010