Share prices for the New Zealand-based company that hopes to sell the world’s first commercial jetpack have been volatile.
New Zealand’s manufacturing sector continued to grow significantly in December, according to a key index.
A New Zealand maritime manufacturer has secured a major contract to supply anchors to a Norwegian salvage company.
A Wellington, New Zealand man is currently raising money for what he says is an innovation in coffee-making.
New Zealand manufacturing sales rose in the September quarter, following a drop in the previous quarter.
Sixty-two jobs are at risk if the Orora Cartons Petone factory closes, according to the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union.
NZ manufacturing grew at its highest rate for 2014 in October and employment in the sector grew at the highest rate since 2002, according to a key index.
A 22-year-old man has been charged after a death at a Foodstuffs warehouse at Wiri, south Auckland.
Job losses are still hitting New Zealand’s manufacturing sector, despite positive economic indicators and talk of the nation’s ‘rock star economy’.
The New Zealand manufacturing continued its 25th straight month of expansion, according to the BNZ-Business New Zealand PMI.
Two young men were fired from Tegel Foods’ chicken factory in New Plymouth after riding a conveyor belt and putting footage of the event on social media.
Dunedin rope manufacturer Donaghys’ Industries is set to lay off up to 30 workers because of the effects of the high New Zealand dollar.
Christchurch concrete manufacturer Busck has been made to pay $NZ 130,000 over the death of a 47-year-old who was crushed by a forklift last year.
Auckland’s Croxley Stationery has announced that it is considering ending its manufacturing operations, with 100 jobs to be shed.
The New Zealand manufacturing sector continued to expand in July, though at a slower pace than in the previous month, according to a key index.
New Zealand’s total manufacturing sales increased by 28.38 per cent in June, compared to the same period last year.
New Zealand’s manufacturing sector’s sales volumes were up 0.5 per cent in the first quarter of the year.
The Hills group has announced the acquisition of Auckland’s Intek Security group, adding to its security offerings in New Zealand.
Growth in New Zealand’s manufacturing sector slowed in April, but was still in “solid expansion”.
The New Zealand Labour opposition has announced a set of measures that it believes will strengthen local manufacturing.