Manufacturing activity continued to grow in New Zealand last month, recording its strongest result since last July.
Some of New Zealand’s industry spokespeople are concerned about the effect of interest rate rises and the value of the country’s dollar
Fish oil producer SeaDragon has announced a deal with Portugal’s Pescarias Cayon & Garcia to deliver squalene.
New Zealand’s manufacturing sales, led by meat and dairy, saw a record increase in the December quarter.
A Wellington, New Zealand-based company will provide 4,700 doors for the new $1.8 billion Royal Adelaide Hospital, which will open in 2016.
Transpacific has sold its New Zealand business to the Beijing Capital Group.
SCA Kawerau has upgraded its Bay of Plenty tissue facility, investing $NZ 60 million to upgrade the half-century-plus-year-old facility.
New Zealand’s manufacturing sector finished the year with in solid growth, according to the BNZ – BusinessNZ PMI.
Goodman Fielder has denied a formal bid has been made for its Hamilton meat business as 125 jobs at the facility remain in jeopardy.
New Zealand-listed electronics manufacturer Rakon has announced that it will shut its Lincoln, England factory, shedding nearly 90 jobs.
A New Zealand Fonterra employee who was dismissed for performing the Harlem Shake dance while at work has had his position permanently reinstated.
New Zealand’s manufacturing sector experienced a total increase of 0.5 per cent by sales volume in the most recent quarter.
Structural steel association Steel Construction NZ has said that care is needed when dealing with Chinese prefabricated steel in the Christchurch rebuilding effort.
A new Silver Fern Farms factory for sausage casings will create 40 jobs in Finegand, South Otago.
Fines cumulatively worth $NZ 601,900 were issued in Rotorua District Court to four people for selling imported goods falsely labelled as being “Made In New Zealand”.
A New Zealand parliamentary inquiry into manufacturing yesterday heard the country and the government had stopped thinking manufacturing was an asset to the nation.
New Zealand’s largest pharmaceuticals manufacturer, Douglas Pharmaceuticals, will remain a New Zealand company after rejecting takeover bids.
Productivity levels in New Zealand’s manufacturing sector have improved in comparison to the rest of the kiwi economy since the global financial crisis.
More than 10,000 manufacturing workers and over 13,000 construction workers have left New Zealand over the past three years, with most heading to Australia.
A five tonne bitumen tank has split inside an Auckland factory today.