Shepparton Partners Collective, trading as SPC Australia and formerly SPC Ardmona, is an Australian-based company that specialises in large fruit packing and owns and operates a canning factory in Shepparton. SPCA closed its Mooroopna processing plant in 2011. It sold its Kyabram factory in 2019.When did SPC Ardmona start canning fruit in Victoria?
SPC Ardmona has been canning fruit in Victoria's north since the 1900s. ABC News: Matt Dowling, file photo State MP for Shepparton, Independent Suzanna Sheed, has welcomed the proposed sale, but said she was cautious about a private equity firm taking control of one of Shepparton's most iconic businesses.When was SPC Ardmona bought by Coca Cola Amatil?
SPC Australia was formed in 2002 by the merger of the for Shepparton Preserving Company (SPC) and Ardmona. SPC was incorporated as a public listed company in 1912, and Ardmona opened in 1921. SPC Ardmona was bought by Coca-Cola Amatil in 2005 for A$520 million. It sold it in 2019 for A$40 million to Shepparton Partners Collective.How many people work at SPC Ardmona Cannery?
CCA is set to make another $15 million in four years if business at the company is successful. SPC employs 500 permanent staff and a CCA spokesperson said no jobs at the cannery or supply chain were expected to be impacted.