Industry Insights

At PSVC we believe in sharing what we know. Our unique knowledge base and practical experience, places us as the experts in Australian agribusiness value chains. Read our great range of articles and client case studies on the latest trends, industry predictions and key information on how to improve market alignment and increase profitability for your agriculture operation. 

Supply Chain Excellence in Australian agribusiness

Strengthening Your Agribusiness Supply Chain

Using Lean to Improve the Performance of Your Agribusiness Supply Chain Agribusiness supply chains are always complex and dynamic. The chaotic operating environment faced by agribusiness globally in the past two and a half years has challenged many like never before. Regardless of size, market

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Remaining profitable in Australian agriculture

Protecting Your Agribusiness’s Profitability

It’s no secret that Australian agribusinesses are under unprecedented pressure. Hit with the rising cost of everything, including consumer/customer quality expectations, and intense marketplace competition, only those able to continuously improve quality and productivity will grow their profitability. In this article, we discuss how improving

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Solving Seasonal Labour Shortages in Australia

Piece Rate Payment is Gone – Time to Get Strategic

Regardless of your stance on the piece rate debate, minimum hourly rates for horticultural workforces are here to stay. So, now what? For labour intensive industries (like agriculture) that have previously relied heavily on piece rates, a ‘business as usual’ approach is almost certainly going

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Seasonal Labour Solutions

Optimising Seasonal Workforces
for Productivity & Profitability

Optimising Your Seasonal Workforces With profitability for Australian agribusinesses becoming increasingly difficult each year, the need to get the best from your seasonal workforce has never been greater. How well your seasonal workforce performs can have a profound impact on the effectiveness and efficiency of

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