South Australian Product Register
Purchasing from locally-based businesses is a significant way we can contribute to the creation and retention of jobs in South Australia, as well as ensuring economic benefits are retained in South Australia.
The SA Product Register identifies products created, manufactured and supplied from within South Australia, it is designed to measure jobs at each critical point of the supply chain.
The register provides a practical way for anyone who might be designing a building, landscaping, working on an office fit-out, creating a marketing campaign, procuring solar systems, wanting a technology solution or even buying office supplies to find local manufacturers, creation experts and suppliers.
While the Product Register is an initiative of the South Australian Government’s Industry Advocate and is planned for use by government agencies, it will be free for other levels of government and the private sector to access, noting the important contribution local businesses make to our economy.
The building and construction, commercial creative communications industry and the renewable energy sector will be the first industries for the Product Register to be trialed.
Businesses applying to become qualified System Providers through the Home Battery Scheme need to register on the SA Product Register. More information about the Scheme and qualification process is available on the Department for Energy and Mining website.
The South Australian Product Register is FREE to register and will provide maximum visibility to the State Government and lead contractors that are responsible for purchasing products for projects.
Click on the above Register you Business link to be a part of the SA Product Register or click here to search for a product.
- Testimonial - Seeley International The new SA Product Register not only recognises the important contribution Seeley International makes to the State’s economy, by highlighting products that create the most jobs in the State, but also raises our profile with architects, quantity surveyors, project managers and designers.