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Rolls-Royce Resumes Two-Shift Working With Workforce Maintained

Press Release – Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce resumes two-shift working at Goodwood just four months after reopening Production returns to pre-lockdown levels with workforce maintained Business confidence grows on global acclaim for new Ghost Demand for all Rolls-Royce models continues … Read more »

Hemp Just Needs the Nod: A $2Bn Transition For NZ’s Economy

Article – Nick Marsh

A report on the opportunity for NZ to develop a potentially $2b industrial and neutraceutical hemp industry, creating 20,000 Regional jobs by 2030, and transforming our wellness economy. Read more »

Harraways Oats Partners Salvation Army To Feed Locals

Press Release – Harraways Ltd

Dunedin based Harraway & Sons, New Zealands only oat manufacturer, is working with the Salvation Army donating oats to locals in need. From August/September 2020 oats are beginning to flow through to the key South Island Salvation Army food … Read more »

Manufacturing Sales Shrink During COVID-19 Lockdown

Press Release – Stats NZ

Manufacturing sales volumes fell a record 12 percent in the June 2020 quarter, after many businesses temporarily stopped production during the COVID-19 lockdown, Stats NZ said today. This is the largest fall in manufacturing sales since the series … Read more »

COVID 19: Global Demand For Kiwi Wellness Products Boosts Local Exports

Press Release – Adashiko

International demand for New Zealand wellness products driven by COVID-19 is helping one Kiwi company break into new export markets and increase annual sales by over 150%. Hawkes Bay based Adashiko are now exporting their range of beauty and wellness … Read more »

Proposed Redundancies At NZ Steel Will Harm Local And National Economy, Union Says

Press Release – E Tu

Buying local and supporting local businesses is more important than ever, E t says, in the wake of up to 200 redundancies proposed by BlueScope Steel. On Thursday, the Australian-owned company who has New Zealands NZ Steel in Glenbrook and Pacific … Read more »

Ethically Sourced Disposable Gloves And Clothing A Major Covid Issue

Press Release – Make Lemonade

The upsurge in demand for single-use gloves because of covid-19 has created widespread concerns of quality and labour exploitation at factories, a global leading Kiwi glove expert says. As covid cases continue to rise globally – and the northern hemisphere … Read more »

Consumer NZ Finds The Durability Of Stick Vacuum Cleaners Sucks

Press Release – Consumer NZ

New research by Consumer NZ shows Kiwis are let down by how long their stick vacuum cleaners are lasting. Most people expect their stick vac to go for more than six years, but a third fail before then. Thats double the failures reported for … Read more »

Epazz DeskFlex Signs Up An Average Of 5 New Customers Per Week For Its Desk Booking Software

Press Release – ACN Newswire

Epazz, Inc., DeskFlex (OTC: EPAZ), a mission-critical cloud computing software provider company, confirmed today that DeskFlex desk booking software is signing up about five new customers per week. The company receives strong interest from enterprises, … Read more »

Creating Opportunities For New Zealanders With Hemp

Press Release – New Zealand Hemp Industries Association Inc

The NZHIA are using Innovation as a Service to identify opportunities for industrial hemp in the food, fibre and processing sectors. Hemp has long been known for its properties as a food, strong fibre, and an environmental super crop now, … Read more »

A Big Plastic Promise That Didn’t Go To Waste

Press Release – Coca Cola Amatil

Coca-Cola Oceania and Coca-Cola Amatil NZ reach ambitious recycled plastic goal Coca-Cola Oceania and Coca-Cola Amatil NZ have significantly reduced their use of virgin plastic in 2020 by using only recycled plastic across some of New Zealands … Read more »

2 In 3 Kiwis Will Consider Buying An EV

Press Release – Trademe

Sixty-seven per cent of Kiwis would consider an electric vehicle (EV) for their next car, according to Trade Mes annual EV survey. Trade Mes Head of Motors Alan Clark said almost 3,000 New Zealanders took part in the survey which looked … Read more »

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