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SA's top 100 companies: 79-60

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The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index.

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The complete list, compiled by Adelaide financial services company Taylor Collison, will be revealed at a lunch at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Thursday (September 20), featuring Premier Steven Marshall as the keynote speaker. (To book tickets, click here.)

Check InDaily each day for the next inclusions in the list, which is based primarily on market capitalisation.

To be eligible for inclusion in the Index companies must:

Companies owned in part or whole by government, government agencies and organisations, and registered charities are not eligible for consideration.

79
National Crime Check
Sector: Information technology and equipment
Revenue 2018: Undisclosed
Last Year’s Ranking: 90
National Crime Check is an innovative online web service application that enables the lodgement of police checks with most applications processed and dispatched in 1-2 business days.
78
Havilah Resources NL
Sector: Mining
Revenue 2018: $16.8m
Last Year’s Ranking: 62
Havilah Resources NL engages in the exploration of gold, base metals, and other mineral deposits in Australia.
77
GPA Engineering Pty Ltd
Sector: Professional services
Revenue 2018: $40m
Last Year’s Ranking: 87
GPA is able to develop, engineer and implement industrial projects of any size, in oil and gas, water treatment and distribution, heavy metals and resources, manufacturing and electrical supply.
76
VIP Home Services
Sector: Other
Revenue 2018: $99m
Last Year’s Ranking: Not listed
V.I.P. Home Services provide home cleaning, commercial cleaning and lawns and gardens services.
75
Asian American Medical Group Ltd
Sector: Health Care
Revenue 2018: $15.1m
Last Year’s Ranking: 83
AAMG was first established as a liver centre, formerly known as Asian Centre for Liver Diseases and Transplantation (ACLDT), but has expanded into broader health services.
74
Finsbury Green Pty Ltd
Sector: Printing
Revenue 2018: $90m
Last Year’s Ranking: 57
Finsbury Green is a leading Australian company in the business of print, managed services and logistics.
73
Mossop Group Pty Ltd
Sector: Building and construction
Revenue 2018: $222m
Last Year’s Ranking: 30
Significant South Australian-based construction + interiors company, directly employing around 100 people and providing jobs to numerous contractors.
72
Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec
Sector: Professional services
Revenue 2018: $45m
Last Year’s Ranking: 89
WGA (Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec) is a national engineering firm offering a wide range of consulting services including structural, civil, maritime, mechanical, geotechnical, heavy lifting, temporary works, project management, electrical and pressure vessels.
71
A Noble & Son Ltd
Sector: Other
Revenue 2018: $45.6m
Last Year’s Ranking: 42
Nobles is a specialist provider of lifting & rigging equipment, technical services & engineering design.
70
Academy Services Pty Ltd
Sector: Commercial services
Revenue 2018: $62m
Last Year’s Ranking: 55
Academy Services is widely recognised as one of Australia’s leading providers of commercial cleaning and associated property services.
69
Fyfe Pty Ltd
Sector: Professional services
Revenue 2018: $36.3m
Last Year’s Ranking: 86
Fyfe is a well established land, resource and infrastructure development consultancy specialising in comprehensive engineering, environmental, planning and surveying services for land development, energy, mining and oil and gas industries across Australia.
68
Lucid Consulting Australia
Sector: Professional services
Revenue 2018: Undisclosed
Last Year’s Ranking: Not listed
Founded in 2000, Lucid is one of Australia’s fastest growing engineering firms with eight offices and over 200 employees nationally.
67
Micro-X Ltd
Sector: Health Care
Revenue 2018: Not meaningful
Last Year’s Ranking: 74
Micro-X was founded in 2011 in Victoria by current Managing Director, Peter Rowland, to commercialise the miniaturisation benefits of CNT x-ray tubes in mobile radiography.
66
L H Perry & Sons Pty Ltd
Sector: Energy
Revenue 2018: $127.8m
Last Year’s Ranking: 58
Independent, family-owned fuel distribution company founded in 1949. Perrys is a distributor of Mobil fuel and lubricants through its bulk deliveries as well as BP fuel and lubricants through its service station and reseller sites.
65
Hillgrove Resources Ltd
Sector: Mining
Revenue 2018: $127m
Last Year’s Ranking: 92
Hillgrove Resources Limited is an Australian mining company focused on developing its flagship Kanmantoo Copper Mine and associated regional exploration targets, located less than 55km from Adelaide.
64
Angove’s Pty Ltd
Sector: Food and Beverage
Revenue 2018: $61m
Last Year’s Ranking: 70
Founded in 1886, Angove Family Winemakers is a 5th generation, family-owned winery with a dedication to creating premium wines from across South Australia’s best regions with a focus on McLaren Vale and organic wines.
63
Peter Cochrane Management Pty Ltd (Cochrane’s)
Sector: Infrastructure and Transportation
Revenue 2018: $47.5m
Last Year’s Ranking: 99
Cochrane’s is an express logistics business, servicing South Australia, Mildura and Broken Hill.
62
Iron Road Ltd
Sector: Mining
Revenue 2018: Not meaningful
Last Year’s Ranking: 38
Iron Road’s vision is to become a trusted and reliable supplier of premium iron concentrates to the Asian marketplace.
61
Buddy Platform Ltd
Sector: Information technology and equipment
Revenue 2018: $2m
Last Year’s Ranking: Not listed
Buddy Platform Limited (BUD, formerly Potash Minerals Limited) provides first data aggregation, management and control platforms for the IoT and connected devices. 
60
Legend Corporation Ltd
Sector: Information technology and equipment
Revenue 2018: $114.9m
Last Year’s Ranking: 77
Legend Corporation Limited is an engineering solutions provider, operating in electrical, power, rail, mining, information technology, semiconductor, medical and defence industries.

 

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