High Value Manufacturing (HVM) in New Zealand
Mark Beresford of resident company Kinetic Cubed is working with Invest New Zealand on a project to identify European high value manufacturing companies interested in setting up in New Zealand.
As part of the work, Mark will be speaking to UK and European HVM companies that are interested in Asia and South Pacific markets. New Zealand offers excellent IP protection, a free trade agreement with China, a highly flexible and adaptable labour force, and labour costs which are lower than comparative countries. For low volume, high value, IP rich manufacturing, this makes New Zealand highly competitive when total see through manufacturing and delivery costs are taken into consideration.
For further information, please contact Mark on 0788 917931, or firstname.lastname@example.org
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