Manufacturing is considered by some economists as the wealth producing sector of a country. New Zealand's manufacturing industries make an important contribution to the national economy. According to the New Zealand Economic and financial review 2012, in the year ended September 2011, manufacturing sector output accounted for 12.2% of real GDP. The proportion of the labour force employed in manufacturing was around 10.3%. Primary sector processing (food and forestry) makes up a significant proportion of the sector.
We help manufacturing and engineering businesses to plan their long term business strategy, improve production processes and bring new products to market and develop their supply chains.
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