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Overview

Location:
Sydney, NSW Australia
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:Materials
Founded:1888
Lead Investor(s):N/A

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • James Hardie Building Products APAC's estimated annual revenue is currently $81.9M per year.(?)
  • James Hardie Building Products APAC's estimated revenue per employee is $321,000

Employee Data

  • James Hardie Building Products APAC has 255 Employees.(?)
  • James Hardie Building Products APAC grew their employee count by 12% last year.
  • James Hardie Building Products APAC currently has 1 job openings.

James Hardie has designed and manufactured building products for an ever-changing Australia for more than 130 years, and is a global leader in the production of fibre cement. Founded in Australia, we now have operations in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, the Philippines and Europe. We work to understand the current and future needs of everyone involved in building Australia - from the largest builders, to the first-home buyer taking their first step on the property ladder. This is crucial to our vision of Hardies on every home, and our mission to deliver sustainable and profitable growth we achieve this through a relentless drive to maintain our status as market leader. James Hardie hires employees that are smart, driven and real this philosophy ensures that the calibre of our team is second to none, equipped to challenge convention within the construction industry, and lead the way in delivering innovative building products and solutions. At the core of all that we do is the safety of our employees nothing is more important than our employees returning safely to their families each and every day. We lead the market by challenging convention within the construction industry and delivering innovative building products and solutions. Partnering closely with architects, designers, developers, builders, distributors, and home owners, James Hardie strives to transform the Australian way to build.

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