Look who is joining Slasherteck as Madam Vice Chairman!

Caroline Hong dropping into check everything out at Civinex

Dr Caroline Hong, an experienced Business Woman, Business Owner and Community Leader has graced Slasherteck's board by accepting the role of Madam Vice Chairman!

Dr Caroline Hong

Asian born, Dr Caroline Hong has lived and worked in Australia for over 30 years.
She has a deep understanding of Australia in the Asian Century. Caroline has held  many senior appointments including Ambassador, CEO, Chairman, Advisory Board and company director roles, in the private, government, charity and not-for-profit sectors. Caroline‘ s experience extends across business, dentistry, healthcare, government, community, business events and not-for profit sectors.

Caroline is active in the Australia-Asia and Australia-China community. She is the Honorary Adviser to the Australian Malaysian Singaporean Association,  Committee Member of the NSW SME Committee of the Australia China Business Council and Honorary Member of the Australia China Economics, Trade & Culture Association.

Slasherteck wins Civenex Most Innovative Product Award

Norm accepting the award on behalf of Slasher Teck

Posted by SlasherTeck on Saturday, 23 May 2015

Slasher Teck at the 60th anniversary of the Civenex Infrastructure Expo last week received the 2015 most innovative product award for the companies roadside slasher and SOAMS asset management system. With 6 of the 10 Civenex board members representing shire councils the company has received industry and peer recognition for its Australian designed and patented innovations.

Slasherteck presents in Hong Kong

On the 25th of January 2015, Slasher Teck Ltd's (ASSOB: STC) special consultant Norm Boyle returned from a very fruitful trip to Hong Kong and Guangzhou on behalf of Slasher Teck. 

Mr Boyle was part of the latest delegation hosted by Think Global Consulting at the Asian Financial Forum (AFF) event titled “Invest in Australia Mission”. The AFF is a deal-matching and networking opportunity held in high esteem in the Asia-Pacific region. Participants include those “pitching” their products and services and potential partners who may be open to funding or joint ventures. In general, such missions are seen as a way of developing long term commercial partnerships between China and Australia for mutual benefit.

The Company reports that Mr Boyle was impressed by the event, hosted primarily by Dr Caroline Hong and David Thomas. He was able to present the virtues of Slasher Teck to a full gallery, plus have one-on-one meetings with people from funds management right through to agribusiness specialists.