Kwinana Industrial Area
The Kwinana Industrial Area (KIA) has existed for over 60 years and continues to make a major contribution to the wealth of the state of Western Australia.
The heavy and supporting industries of the KIA have provided direct and indirect employment opportunities for tens of thousands of Australians.
The companies within the Kwinana Industrial Area:
- generate a combined annual output valued at $15.77 billion per annum;
- have direct sales of $8.51 billion;
- directly employ around 4,800 people (64% live locally);
- provide indirect employment to approximately another 26,000 people;
- commit hundreds of millions of dollars to capital expenditure every year;
- provide a wide range of employee services;
- actively fund and contribute time and talent to community activities; and,
- sponsor independent research to validate their own high standards and strict code of self-regulation on health, safety and environmental issues.
For the benefits of industry to be retained, businesses concerned must have a sustainable future. Such a future must allow for new investment in the KIA so that businesses can grow. Industry also has a responsibility to the community to preserve the environment for current and future generations.
Growing environmental expectations have seen industry respond with a dramatic influx of technology and innovation. Many Kwinana companies demonstrate world's best practice not just in production, but also in environmental safeguards.
For further information visit Kwinana Industries Council or view the City's Coastcare Program, which works closely with Industry to ensure the safety of the environment.