The 14th of July is a day of remembrance for all French community worldwide. It celebrates the assault on the Bastille in Paris and the passage of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen. A crucial step in History. In Brisbane, the Bastille Day was celebrated with the traditional French Festival in Southbank. Neodyme Australia was part of the event as Corporate Member of the FACCI and was presenting the FACCI's services throughout the week end.
July is also the beginning of a new financial year. After completing our first 12 months of local operations in Australia on a very positive note, we all look forward to facing the new challenges that this new year will carry. And it seems to bring quite a few (less projects, more competition, international economical instabilities...).
Always seeing the glass half full, we are convinced that the combination of our great flexibility and cost efficiency will be a major competitive advantage for us. 2015 - 2016 starts actually very well with a new contract already signed with SNC Lavalin for a HAZARD (hazard identification review). What a great way to start!
Looking forward to seeing you all again very soon.