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Who's Who of Sydney's Indian Community 2018
Sanjiv Dubey
Jospephs Gate

Sanjiv Dubey (Entrepreneur)

Sanjiv Dubey moved to Australia in 2001 with his wife Meeta and two daughters, bringing with him rich experience of international trade from Malaysia (6 years) and India (9 years). The same year, Sanjiv set up OzEpulse Pty Ltd and Unistar Global for agricultural exports and paper imports.

In 10 years, OzEpulse grew to one of the most successful agribusiness companies in Australia, having been awarded the NSW Exporter of The Year by the Australian government in 2006. OzEpulse was acquired in 2010 by Gardner Smith, now Graincorp Ltd, after which Sanjiv founded GrainTrend, engaged in the business of exporting grain, pulses and durum to various parts of the world, with a significant market share of the Australian exports in containers and bulk vessels of pulses to the Indian sub-continent and durum wheat to Italy and the Middle East.

Apart from the core agribusiness sphere, other diversified business facets and interests for Sanjiv and Meeta include the import and distribution of paper products, primary production at upcountry farm in rural NSW, and management of their commercial properties.

Sanjiv is a also a Director of the peak Australian industry body Pulse Australia Ltd; an Executive Board Director of the international body Global Pulses Confederation; and sits on the panel of approved arbitrators for Grain Trade Australia (GTA). Sanjiv has addressed and spoken his views at various international conferences.

The way I see it

My motto. “Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant” — RL Stevenson

Big moment. OzEpulse was awarded the NSW Exporter of The Year by the Australian government in 2006.


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