Monday, September 22nd, 2014

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Waterfind Australia, the water trading pioneer, has officially opened its second regional office on Thursday 18 September. Located at 108 Langtree Avenue Mildura, this new ‘hub’ will see Waterfind continuing to better serve existing and future clients in rural and regional Australia.

The Waterfind Mildura office was officially opened by Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, the Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment. "Water brokers play an important role in developing water markets by bringing buyers and sellers together. As a large and innovative broker, Waterfind is an asset to the community of Mildura and water trading in the region" he said.

Tom Rooney, CEO Waterfind Australia, renewed the company’s aims and goals by stating that: “The opening of our office in Mildura is an important step towards realising our mission: increasing the wealth of regional and rural Australia. This is but one of the many exciting projects that we will be undertaking throughout the rest of 2014 and into 2015”.

The company’s CEO continued by saying: “The launch of Waterfind’s Mildura office is considered to be the next, distinct step for the ever-evolving company, with Mildura distinguishing itself as an important export partner for Japan, China and South Korea. A key component for sustaining the continuous growth of this region is water availability. Waterfind Australia plans to be part of the development and support of this region by empowering irrigators, farmers and producers to use the tools and opportunities the company provides to yield their maximum benefits in crops and produce”.

The Waterfind Mildura office is serviced by two local senior water brokers, Brendan Fryar and Wendy Bartels. Brendan and Wendy have strong ties to the community and existing relationships in the region, and with their wealth of knowledge, are able to offer a personalised and informative service.

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water markets, Waterfind, permanent water markets, temporary water markets, irrigation Australia, water prices, seasonal allocations, Waterfind Mildura, regional Australia, water trading

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