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8159.0 - Experimental Estimates for the Manufacturing Industry, 2009-10  
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NATIONAL INDUSTRY RESULTS

The Australian manufacturing industry produced $96.8b of IVA in 2009-10. The Food product manufacturing subdivision (11) contributed the most significant amount with $16.8b, followed by Machinery and equipment manufacturing (24) with $10.6b and Fabricated metal product manufacturing (22) with $10.5b.

In Australia, the manufacturing industry produced $381.2b sales and service income in 2009-10 with the Food product manufacturing (11) ($74.1b) and Primary metal and metal product manufacturing (21) ($59.2b) subdivisions being the highest contributors.

The Australian manufacturing industry outlaid $51.9b in wages and salaries during 2009-10. The Food product manufacturing subdivision (11) accounted for $9.2b, followed by the Machinery and equipment manufacturing subdivision (24) with $6.3b and Fabricated metal product manufacturing (22) with $5.8b.

The manufacturing industry in Australia employed 955,000 persons in 2009-10 with the Food product manufacturing (11), Fabricated metal product manufacturing (22) and Machinery and equipment manufacturing (24) subdivisions being the highest contributors (209,800 persons, 117,800 persons and 112,300 persons, respectively).


ANZSIC Classes

From a finer ANZSIC class level perspective, Printing (1611) contributed the most to IVA with $3.6b followed by Iron smelting and steel manufacturing (2110) and Human pharmaceutical and medicinal product manufacturing (1841) with $2.7b.

The largest contributors to sales and service income at the finer class level were Petroleum refinery and petroleum fuel manufacturing (1701) ($23.8b) and Other basic non-ferrous metal manufacturing (2139) ($22.7b).

The largest industries (at ANZSIC class level) contributing to wages and salaries were Printing (1611) with $2.0b and Iron smelting and steel manufacturing (2110) with $1.6b, followed by Structural steel fabricating (2221), both with $1.4b.

The largest contributors to employment at the finer ANZSIC class level were Printing (1611) with 45,300 persons, Bakery product manufacturing (mon-factory based) (1174) with 37,100 persons and Meat processing (1111) with 32,000 persons.





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