Aussie Dental Product Manufacturers Take On Asia
24th Apr 18
Australia’s leading manufacturers of dental products showcased their reputation in the Australian pavilion at the IDEM Singapore dental show held over 13-15 April 2018.
Key Issues For The Dental Industry —
The Australian Pavilion at the IDEM Singapore provided an opportunity for the nation’s leading suppliers of dental products to reach new markets in South-East Asia.
Along with the ADX Sydney dental exhibition, IDEM Singapore is recognised as a key business-to-business event where Australian dental product manufacturers are able to cement relationships with key regional distribution partners and also discuss their innovative products first-hand with dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals from across the region.
The Australian Pavilion at IDEM Singapore is an initiative of the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA), the peak business organisation representing dental product manufacturers and suppliers. The pavilion included a hospitality lounge that provided a forum for the conversations that drive the growth of Australian business and dental product exports. Businesses participating in the pavilion included:
Ainsworth Dental —
Ainsworth Dental Company is a leading manufacturer and wholesaler of dental products in Australia. Established in 1933, Ainsworth has built a reputation as a reliable supplier of high-quality dental products for the laboratory and the clinical environments across Australia and New Zealand. [Company Website]
Dental 4 Windows —
Centaur Software is the developer of Dental4Windows, Australia’s most popular and widely used Dental Practice Management System. Dental4Windows has been improving practice efficiency and making the lives of dentists and staff easier for over 25 years. [Company Website]
Dentalife Australia is a private manufacturing company that are entering their nineteeth year of operation. With two manufacturing sites globally and boasts extensive ranges of endodontic, infection control, preventative, etchants and general dental products. These ranges are continually expanding as well as adding new ranges due to a strong R&D program. Dentalife Australia are actively seeking new partners to support and work with to continue to grow and reach new markets. [Company Website]
Hogies Australia has serviced the dental industry around the world for over forty years. Our awarding winning designed vision system combines magnification (loupes), illumination (LED) and spectacle correction into a frame offering style and flexibility. Hogies safety glasses offer comfort and protection with specifically designed nasal profiles. We strive to develop a product that meets the changing demands of the dental environment. [Company Website]
SDI Limited —
Founded in 1972, SDI Limited is a leading Australian based manufacturer of specialised dental materials exported to over one hundred countries globally. The products are a result of insight and excellence and include restoratives, alloys, adhesives, cements, whitening and small equipment to help dentists and their team produce beautiful, healthy, long lasting smiles. SDI has offices and warehouses in Chicago, USA; Cologne, Germany; and Sao Paulo, Brazil. [Company Website]
The next major overseas pavilion organised by ADIA will be at the IDS2019 Cologne dental exhibition, the worlds largest dental exhibition that attracts more than 150,000 stakeholders from across the dental community. Businesses wishing to be part of the Australian pavilion at IDS2019 Cologne are invited to complete the attached expression of interest form:
■. IDS2019 Cologne - Australian pavilion expression of interest form [PDF]
Organising pavilions at overseas dental exhibitions is part of a strong and long-standing commitment by ADIA to support Australian manufacturers. This work is an important focus for the team within the ADIA national office – indeed there is a strong emphasis on supporting small businesses that manufacture dental products.
Member Engagement —
Businesses across the dental industry that manufacturer dental products within Australia come together under the auspices of the ADIA-MIG Manufacturers' Interest Group to provide advice and guidance to the team within the ADIA national office responsible for delivering the Australian pavilions at international trade shows.
Further Information —
For further information on ADIA's support for Australian exporters send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 1300 943 094. To keep up to date follow ADIA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dental.industry or subscribe to the Twitter feed @AusDental.
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