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The MSC website is a gathering place for information on manufacturing in New Zealand where the innovation, successes and experience of those talented individuals who populate factory floors & workshops throughout the country can be showcased.

There is more to manufacturing than statistics and political posturing.  Please don't hesitate to send us through information on what is happening in manufacturing where you are,  let us know about those who you think should be recognised for what they have done, the solutions they have provided for industry; help showcase New Zealand made and designed products and services to a global audience.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Max Farndale 

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Saturday, 26 September 2015
12:19PM
FFE Seeks New Zealand Partners for its Talentum Flame Detectors Ambitious new global partner programme launched.  British flame detector manufacturer FFE has unveiled an ambitious new partner programme for its Talentum range of optical flame detectors. 268 views

Wednesday, 23 September 2015
9:23AM
Value Investment: Volkswagen's Fall From Grace Opens up a Warren Buffett Moment The dramatic entry of Volkswagen into the US government's black book, and its corresponding fall in share price opens up the type of opportunity which has made Warren Buffett the world's most noted industrial investor. 300 views

Thursday, 14 May 2015
11:01AM
Prime Minister John Key's Change the Flag Operation Is Now a Laughing Stock Campaign Shamefully Continued During Anzac 100th Commemorations True cost of at least $100 million Deliberately Hidden Prime Minister John Key has succeeded where a succession of tyrants, dictators and warlords have failed. 245 views

Friday, 13 February 2015
4:02PM
World's First Robotic Plasma Cutter Seamlessly and Continuously Processes Profile & Pipe . . . Walter Langlois Applies New European Software for Multi Task The world's first robotic plasma system capable of handling pipe and structural profiles without breaking stride is under development by Walter Langlois of Machinery Services in New Zealand's Marlborough region. 326 views

Thursday, 12 February 2015
7:22AM
Machinist Helix Industries of Christchurch - Proven Quality is Its Own Reward . . Machinist Helix Industries of Christchurch - Proven Quality is Its Own Reward . 305 views

Tuesday, 10 February 2015
12:08PM
Seasoned Allied Spy to Address National Press Club of New Zealand on Surveillance . . . Seasoned Allied Spy to Address National Press Club of New Zealand on Surveillance . 211 views

Monday, 9 February 2015
11:33AM
Tenon Uses localised Materials and Energy Advantages to Penetrate US Architectural Products Market Because Tenon sprang from the old Fletcher processing and merchandising operation there is a widespread belief in New Zealand that it concentrates on only local structural products. 327 views

Wednesday, 4 February 2015
9:24AM
Merv Hicks and Hotter Engineering Made New Zealand Dairy Town the Detroit of Milking Eltham is to milking what Detroit once was to motoring. 259 views

Monday, 2 February 2015
10:30AM
Homersham Calibration Laboratory Now Serves Dairy Farms Seeking Economies of Scale . . . Household name engineering adhesives and instrumentation systems supplier Homersham Ltd is standing by to deploy its test and measurement laboratory on the dairy sector. 334 views

9:23AM
New Zealander Nigel Priestley Co-Founded Graduate Earthquake Engineer School in Pavia, Italy . . . New Zealand civil engineer Nigel Priestley was among the outstanding seismic constructors of his era. 349 views

Friday, 30 January 2015
9:27AM
Hansen is Generic for Cold-Fit Farm Irrigation Couplings In New Zealand rural life when someone calls for a Hansen, everyone knows exactly what they mean. 289 views

Thursday, 29 January 2015
9:38AM
De Laval Implementing its Biggest Robotic Array in World in South Canterbury. De Laval in January installed its biggest-ever under one roof robotic milking process in the world on a South Canterbury dairy farm. 270 views

9:22AM
De Laval Implementing its Biggest Robotic Array in World in South Canterbury. De Laval in January installed its biggest-ever under one roof robotic milking process in the world on a South Canterbury dairy farm. 260 views

Wednesday, 28 January 2015
12:32PM
Stallion Specialises in Rotation, Injection Moulded Feeders New Zealand's manufacturing ability in plastics rotation and injection moulding is embodied in Stallion Plastic's range of dairy rearing equipment in the form of tankers, mixers, feeders, and troughs. 276 views

Tuesday, 27 January 2015
10:01AM
Tokoroa Engineering Specialises in Dairy Farm Feeding and Handling Equipment Tokoroa Engineering's focus on making dairy farming easier for the dairy farmers has made the equipment manufacturer in recent years one of the best known names in the sector. 331 views

9:38AM
Tokoroa Engineering Specialises in Dairy Farm Feeding and Handling Equipment Tokoroa Engineering's focus on making dairy farming easier for the dairy farmers has made the equipment manufacturer in recent years one of the best known names in the sector. 260 views

Friday, 21 November 2014
2:37PM
New Zealand Electric Utility vehicles on Sale . . . |  The Isaac Findings  | Electrical bus and utility truck manufacturer ZEV of Palmerston North has driven to the forefront of alternative power heavy vehicle manufacturing. 345 views

Monday, 17 November 2014
9:08AM
Death of Peter Wood of Woolyarns Ltd The death at 80 of Peter Wood brings the final curtain down on the era in the textile industry of the proprietor -operator able to do any job on the factory floor better than the member of their staff presently doing it. 512 views

Friday, 14 November 2014
11:04AM
New Zealand Equipment Manufacturer Leads in Precision Bulk Cargo Handling . . . The Isaac Findings The Port of Tauranga, New Zealand, is the home and applications testing ground for production engineer Page Macrae Engineering. 326 views

Tuesday, 11 November 2014
10:00AM
Government Veto of China's Minmetals Obliterated New Zealand Steel Innovations Government Veto of China's Minmetals Obliterated New Zealand Steel Innovations . 359 views

10:00AM
Government Veto of China's Minmetals Obliterated New Zealand Steel Innovations Government Veto of China's Minmetals Obliterated New Zealand Steel Innovations . 529 views

Monday, 10 November 2014
11:55AM
British Government Seeks Collaboration With New Zealand Nanotech Organisations . . . New Zealand has been recognised by the United Kingdom as a global point of focus in the advanced materials and nanotechnology sphere. 348 views

11:34AM
British Government Seeks Collaboration With New Zealand Nanotech Organisations . . . New Zealand has been recognised by the United Kingdom as a global point of focus in the advanced materials and nanotechnology sphere. 223 views

Wednesday, 5 November 2014
1:27PM
Dr Mohamed Abdel-Al Was New Zealand's Halal Food Processing Pioneer The Mechanical Engineer's Death went Unnoticed The death after a short illness of engineer Dr Haj Mohamed Abdel-Al brought to an end the life of the food processing specialist who single-handed opened up the Islamic market for New Zealand exports. 408 views

Tuesday, 4 November 2014
12:42PM
Shell Ready to Revive Invercargill as it did New Plymouth Shell is in a position to do now for New Zealand's southernmost city Invercargill what it did 45 years ago for the North Island city of New Plymouth. 236 views

Tuesday, 28 October 2014
8:32AM
Sealegs Lands New Zealand's Most Advanced Manufacturing Licensing Deal . . . New Zealand Amphibian Launch-Land Developer Licenses Dubai Boat Builder The allocation by the Auckland Sealegs amphibian boat developer and manufacturer of a technology licence to Asis Boats of Dubai represents the most significant product manufacturing licencing agreement to date by a New Zealand company. 263 views

Thursday, 23 October 2014
8:52PM
New Zealand-South Korea Free Trade Agreement Stalls . . . Agriculture is the Sticking Point No nation is so continuously and demonstrably grateful for New Zealand assistance as South Koreans are for New Zealand's part in the Korean War. 252 views

8:51PM
New Zealand-South Korea Free Trade Agreement Stalls . . . Agriculture is the Sticking Point No nation is so continuously and demonstrably grateful for New Zealand assistance as South Koreans are for New Zealand's part in the Korean War. 228 views

8:47PM
New Zealand-South Korea Free Trade Agreement Stalls . . . Agriculture is the Sticking Point No nation is so continuously and demonstrably grateful for New Zealand assistance as South Koreans are for New Zealand's part in the Korean War. 248 views

Wednesday, 22 October 2014
8:51AM
New Zealand's Pike River Coal Mine Scheduled to be Re-Opened and Worked Open Cast . . . Global Test Case Pending: Employment Necessity versus Ecology Ideology Shifts in the politico-economic strata underpinning New Zealand's employment scene now point to the abandoned Pike River Coal Mine being re-opened, but this time worked as an open cast mine. 253 views



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