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The countdown continues of the state’s top 100 businesses, as ranked by InDaily’s South Australian Business Index. Today, companies ranked 59-40.

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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.

59
AE Haigh Pty Ltd

Sector: Food and Beverage
Revenue 2018: $64m
Last Year’s Ranking: 65
Haigh’s Chocolates is a loved brand that creates quality Australian-made chocolates in Adelaide.
58
Duxton Broadacre Farms Ltd
Sector: Agriculture
Revenue 2018: $14.5m
Last Year’s Ranking: Not listed
Duxton Broadacre Farms Limited (“DBF”) presents investors with a unique opportunity to participate directly in the Australian grain industry and capitalise on increasing demand for grain and other broadacre farm products.
57
Leigh Creek Energy Ltd
Sector: Energy
Revenue 2018: Not meaningful
Last Year’s Ranking: 73
Leigh Creek Energy Limited (LCK) is an ASX listed energy company focussed on developing its Leigh Creek Energy Project (LCEP), located 550km north of the capital city of Adelaide in the state of South Australia.
56
Guidera O’Connor Pty Ltd
Sector: Building and construction
Revenue 2018: $60m
Last Year’s Ranking: 71
Guidera O’Connor Pty Ltd (GO) is a private Australian-owned company providing design and construction services to the Australian water industry.
55
Data Action Pty Ltd
Sector: Information technology and equipment
Revenue 2018: $49.5m
Last Year’s Ranking: 61
Leading software and services providing Digital Banking and Core Banking solutions based on the latest technologies and industry requirements.
54
Beston Global Food Company Ltd
Sector: Agriculture
Revenue 2018: $47.8m
Last Year’s Ranking: 51
Beston Global Food Company Limited (BGFC) says it is out to change the emerging global imbalance between food demand and supply around the globe. It exports dairy products, meat, seafood and spring water.
53
Maughan Thiem Automotive Pty Ltd
Sector: Automotive
Revenue 2018: $192.7m
Last Year’s Ranking: 66
Maughan Thiem is a family-owned and operated car dealership with over 100 years of experience in the automotive industry.
52
Weeks Group Pty Ltd
Sector: Building and construction
Revenue 2018: $153.8m
Last Year’s Ranking: 32
Building company offering a range of homes to customers in South Australia and Victoria.
51
Alice Car Centre Pty Ltd
Sector: Automotive
Revenue 2018: $264.5m
Last Year’s Ranking: 40
A entity of Peter Kittle Motor Company, which runs a series of motor dealerships.
50
SAGE Group Holdings Ltd
Sector: Other
Revenue 2018: $97.9m
Last Year’s Ranking: 54
SAGE Group Holdings Ltd, together with its subsidiaries, provides electrical engineering and automation services in Australia.
49
Galipo
Sector: Food and Beverage
Revenue 2018: $100.7m
Last Year’s Ranking: 52
Galipo Foods is a one stop shop for the food service industry with more than 6500 different products & a fleet of 42 trucks servicing South Australia.
48
RJE Global Pty Ltd

Sector: Building and construction
Revenue 2018: $100.1m
Last Year’s Ranking: Not listed
Established in 1996, RJE provides multi-discipline engineering and construction services to complex projects across a diverse range of industries
47
GM Hotels
Sector: Food and Beverage
Revenue 2018: $82.6m
Last Year’s Ranking: Not listed
Independent Pub Group Holdings (trading as GM Hotel) is an operator of hotels and retail outlets. The company operates solely in South Australia with a portfolio of properties including 10 licensed premises and 10 retail outlets.
46
Rivergum Homes
Sector: Building and construction
Revenue 2018: $128.3m
Last Year’s Ranking: 31
A building company servicing property markets in South Australia and Queensland.
45
Arrowcrest Group Pty Ltd
Sector: Automotive
Revenue 2018: $196m
Last Year’s Ranking: 45
Arrowcrest is the parent company of ROH Wheels, John Shearer, Unicast, Tristar, NonFerral, Kockums Industries and Brownbuilt.
44
Clean Seas Tuna Ltd
Sector: Agriculture
Revenue 2018: $41.7m
Last Year’s Ranking: 59
Clean Seas is Australia’s only commercial producer of Kingfish and a pioneer in the country’s emerging aquaculture industry.
43
Hickinbotham Group of Companies
Sector: Building and construction
Revenue 2018: Undisclosed
Last Year’s Ranking: 28
Established in 1954, the company has built 20,000 homes and more than 50 community estates.
42
Ellex Medical Lasers Ltd
Sector: Health Care
Revenue 2018: $79.1m
Last Year’s Ranking: 39
Ellex Medical Lasers is an Australia-based company that is engaged in the business of designing, manufacturing and marketing a line of lasers used by ophthalmologists.
41
Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers Ltd
Sector: Agriculture
Revenue 2018: Not meaningful
Last Year’s Ranking: 53
Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers is Australia’s only listed timber company. It manages a wholly-owned portfolio of hardwood and softwood forestry plantations on Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
40
Duxton Water Ltd
Sector: Agriculture
Revenue 2018: $4.1m
Last Year’s Ranking: 60
Duxton Water Limited presents an opportunity to invest Australian Water Entitlements – a key production input into a number of agricultural industries.

 

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