What can you tell me about dairy production in Oceania, and specifically in Australia?


Thank you for getting in touch with ReportLinker.  From the many reports within our portal about the dairy industry, we have selected two to help answer your question.

The first report, Dairy Products Oceania Report was released by Puredata in February 2016.  This 1919 page study looks at the market consumption, products and services for seventeen countries in the region.  The countries covered are American Samoa, Australia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Guam, Kiribati, Micronesia, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and other Oceania countries, which includes Nauru, Niue, Palau, Tokelau and Tuvalu.  It looks at the market consumption in each country by product and service, while also covering the market size, competition, segmentation, parameters, marketing costs, performance and product launches.  There is information on per-capita consumption, customer profiles and consumer demographics.  The report looks at historic data from 1997-2015, with a forecast for 2016-2023 and a long term projection from 2023-2028.  It also investigates the risks in the market as well as strategic options.

The other report, called Analyzing the Australian Dairy Industry was published by Smart Research Insights in January 2015.  This 15 page study features an overview of the Australian dairy industry, looking at the market statistics, drivers, challenges and export information.  It also includes a SWOT analysis, charts and graphs.  The report gives a snapshot of the Australian dairy industry, using historical data from 2010-2014. The industry, including farming, manufacturing and exports, is valued at $13 billion.  It is an area that is attracting foreign funding and it has the potential to be one of the key growth sectors.  One of the biggest challenges facing it is the inability to grow milk production.  It has been consistently falling over the last decade, producing just 9.2 billion liters in 2014, while in 2011 it was 11.2 billion liters.  Australia is the world’s fourth largest dairy exporter, with South East Asia its largest region for export value.  China is Australia’s largest export market.

We hope this information has been helpful to you.  There is a lot of useful information about the dairy market in ReportLinker’s portal.  If you have any questions or any further needs, please feel free to contact us.