Nadia and Alf Taylor, co-founders of Sydney, Australia-headquartered TNA Solutions, have been presented with insignias commemorating their appointment as Members (AM) of the Order of Australia. New South Wales Governor Margaret Beazley (pictured in the center of the photo above, between Nadia and Alf) presented both with medals in recognition of their significant service to the community through the food processing and packaging equipment company’s philanthropic initiatives. The investiture ceremony took place at Government House, Sydney.
Instituted by Her Majesty the Queen in 1975, the Order of Australia was established as an Australian Society of Honor for recognizing Australian citizens and other individuals for achievements or meritorious service.
Speaking on the occasion, Nadia Taylor said: “This recognition is an endorsement of our mission and values that aims to embrace inclusive growth. We are both humbled and deeply honored to be recognized for our endeavors to lend support to the lesser fortunate, especially children and socially excluded groups, through TNA’s humanitarian programs. Alf and I may be at the forefront of this, but it is the unstinting support of every team member, that allows us to share our with the disadvantaged.”
In business for over 35 years, the company provides a comprehensive range of products including materials handling, processing, cooling and freezing, coating, distribution, seasoning, weighing, packaging, inserting and labeling, metal detection, verification and end of line systems. It has installed approximately 14,000 systems in more than 120 countries.