Most discs pressed at this plant during Disctronics ownership will usually contain the matrix "MADE BY DISCTRONICS B.......". (The 'B' referring to location of the plant as with other Disctronics pressings, such as Disctronics A, Disctronics H, Disctronics S).
In early February 1986, Kevin Donovan and Peter Massey formed Disctronics, Ltd. to manufacture compact audio discs. Construction was started on a plant near Moorabbin Airport to service the Australia and New Zealand market.
Matrices of releases pressed here generally looked like this: MADE BY DISCTRONICS B ** (Catalogue number) ** #(Pressing number).
Alternatively, the pressing number could be replaced by a 3 digit number, not preceded by a hash (eg. 201, 601).
There are some pressings which have also been recorded containing "Disctronics Australia" in the matrix as opposed to "MADE BY DISCTRONICS B" however these are scarce.
In December 1995, the plant was taken over by PMI. PMI was acquired by SSD in August 2000, who operated the plant until SSD's takeover by Technicolor, Australia on 31 March 2002.
For a brief period after the introduction of SID codes in September 1994, but before the plant was taken over by PMI, it was assigned the mould code IFPI 46xx.