Since 2012, Protocase has expanded both its operations and its market. In addition to constructing a second manufacturing facility, the company has grown from sixty to eighty full-time employees, experienced a 59% increase in revenue and added more than one thousand new customers. In 2014, Protocase used CEDIF funds to expand upon its traditional electronic enclosure manufacturing, adding 45 Drives to its list of products and services. 45 Drives represents the most customizable, affordable data storage solution on the planet.
Protocase can be found at in the Harbourside Industrial Park in Sydney.
The 2012 New Dawn Community Investment Fund Ltd. and 2014 New Dawn Innovation Fund have made investments in Protocase.