Expansion celebrates bakery’s global success

November 19, 2017 by  

The French industrial bakery delights of a City of Canterbury Bankstown-based business has been so successful, the operation is expanding.

Bakers Maison Australia at Revesby, near Milperra, recently celebrated the expansion of its Australian headquarters with its unveiling by Mayor Khal Asfour.

The company, which manufactures frozen pastries and breads, has been operating for almost a decade, during which time it has grown to become an international and national distributor.

Mayor Asfour applauded the hard work that went into achieving such success, saying.

“Our City’s economy is flourishing and is estimated to be worth more than $14.29bn, and that is due to these business success stories.”

Company Director and General Manager Pascal Chaneliere said the company had grown from a small company in Botany that employed no more than 15 employers, to a worldwide distributor boasting in excess of 120 staff members. The annual turnover is estimated to be $24m.

The company moved operations to a 3500sqm site in Revesby in 2008 when it outgrew its original rented bock and needed more room to store products.

The extra space enabled the company to cater for new equipment and machinery, as well as install extra freezer storage.

An estimated 100 products are now featured regularly on promotional brochure printing distributed to key markets across the globe.

Recently, the company has also widened its exports to include South East Asian countries such as China, the Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore.

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