PH8 wins gold in Chinese water industry exhibition; makes splash in Asia by showing it’s more than H20
SASD Connect listed business PH8 has won gold at the 5th China International High-End Water Industry Expo in Guangzhou.
The event featured 198 water exhibitors from 15 different countries and regions and coincided with the 16th China International Food Exhibition which ran from 29 June to 1 July, and was the largest drinking water trade show in China.
Their story featured in an article in the business section of The Advertiser on 2 August 2016.
“A small limestone aquifer at Old Lime Kiln Farm on the southern Yorke Peninsula is helping an innovative water producer make rapid inroads into the Australian water market, while starting to develop markets in China.
The businessmen behind the PH8 Water brand, Kym Dickeson and Phil Selfe, are hoping the awarding of a gold medal at the 5th China International High-End Water Industry Expo will prove a catalyst for a rapid lift in export orders…”
PH8 were also featured in an article on Inside South Australia in February, highlighting their recent success in the Chinese market.
The company is in the process of planning an expansion of their Yorke Peninsula factory.
“Locals at Warooka on the Yorke Peninsula have always known that water on Old Lime Kiln Farm tastes out of this world.
It’s so good in fact that nine years ago Riverland dairy farmer Nick Selfe made one of those crazy spur-of-the-moment, sea-change decisions. He bought the property so he could bottle the stuff…”