Top companies call Melbourne home
Globally successful Australian companies headquartered in Melbourne
One of Australia's largest superannuation and pension fund, with more than 2 million members.
World's largest supplier of flexible packaging with global manufacturing operations.
One of the world's largest painted and coated steel manufacture, operating across Asia and the US.
A global biopharma company. Leader in the influenza vaccine, and with one of the world's largest plasma collection networks.
Australia's leading business bank, with operations in Asia, US, UK, and New Zealand.
Case studies: Melbourne companies
US companies headquartered in Melbourne
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European companies headquartered in Melbourne
A global commodities company, one of the largest buyers and exporters of Australian grain.
A leading pharma and healthcare company with global manufacturing and R&D operations.
A leading international healthcare organisation serving more than 14 million people in 190 countries.
The world’s leading chemical company operating across Australia for over 90 years.
A leading provider of water, healthcare, productivity, mobility and safety solutions in Australia.
Japanese companies headquartered in Melbourne
Operates in the soft drink, bottled water, fruit juice, cordial, beer and ready-to-drink alcoholic beverage categories within Australia and NZ.
A subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corp, with interests in energy, metals, machinery, chemicals, food, general merch and automotive.
A diversified group with operations in engineering, industrial machinery, leisure and services.
An integrated logistics provider headquartered in Melbourne and owned by Japan Post Holdings.
Japan’s largest fast fashion retailer headquartered in Melbourne and operates 12 stores nationally.
Chinese companies headquartered in Melbourne
Active in metals and minerals trade between Australia and China as well as investment in Victorian aluminium smelting.
Supplier of locally manufactured polyethylene, with product development and technology centres in Melbourne.
Case studies: Chinese companies
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