Northern Territory business are filled with experienced staff capable of delivering quality services and supplies, particularly in remote locations. The Northern Territory workforce has been successfully servicing numerous industries and supporting their growth and development.
As tempting as it is to bring your own suppliers and service providers with you when operating in the Northern Territory, there are drawbacks that can make it unviable to do so.
Northern Territory business are locally owned and operated by long-term Territorians. Their knowledge of the region has developed over time and will continue to develop.
Local knowledge will help you and your project adapt to the region’s challenging and unique environment. Along with local knowledge, our businesses have local and external networks and alliances that can be called on at any time.
It is not always logistically easy to get around the Northern Territory, so bringing supplies and services in from other areas can be overly expensive, complex and time consuming.
Understanding and working within the climate conditions can reduce time and expense; taking chances with those who do not know our local conditions can make or break a project.
Working remotely means added challenges and it takes a local to know the fast tracks, the cost saving options and the practical solutions.
Northern Territorians have a ‘can do, will do’ attitude and are both willing and prepared to do what it takes to see your project succeed.
Local businesses have the capacity to grow as required to meet the needs of large projects by using the local workforce and resources available. Our business are currently working on or have worked on mining or oil and gas projects previously and have the required accreditations for these industries.
This capability profile will help you to discover the Northern Territory’s capability and learn about the advantages the NT can offer your bottom line.