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8221.0 - Manufacturing Industry, Australia, 2000-01  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/10/2002   
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APPENDIX 3 BRIDGING MANAGEMENT UNIT AND ESTABLISHMENT DATA


INTRODUCTION

1 For the 2000-01 manufacturing collection, the statistical unit from which data are collected has changed from manufacturing establishments to manufacturing management units. A manufacturing management unit is one predominately engaged in manufacturing activities, but the data collected for it cover all activities of the management unit. Some manufacturing management units engage in significant non-manufacturing activities, for example, wholesaling. For 1999-2000 and prior years, a management unit consists of one or more establishments.

2 For the 1999-2000 manufacturing collection, the statistical unit from which data were primarily collected was manufacturing establishments. Data were also collected from a limited number of manufacturing management units.


BRIDGING MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT UNITS AND MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS

3 The following table shows estimates for manufacturing establishments and manufacturing management units separately for 1999-2000 for the five data items employment, wages and salaries, turnover, sales and service income and industry value added.



Employment
Wages
Sales and
Industry
at end of
and
service
value
INDUSTRY SUBDIVISION
June(a)
salaries(b)
Turnover
income
added

ANZSIC
codeDescription
'000
$m
$m
$m
$m

MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS
21 Food, beverage and tobacco mfg
164.8
6,174.6
51,661.0
41,732.2
14,633.1
22 Textile, clothing, footwear and leather
mfg
63.6
1,859.7
9,214.8
8,757.7
3,080.9
23 Wood and paper product mfg
63.6
2,274.1
13,629.1
11,842.2
4,622.2
24 Printing, publishing and recorded
media
98.9
3,861.6
17,268.0
17,046.6
7,213.5
25 Petroleum, coal, chemical and
associated product mfg
94.6
4,304.1
35,957.0
25,755.2
9,778.5
26 Non-metallic mineral product mfg
34.9
1,494.4
10,487.6
9,664.9
3,714.4
27 Metal product mfg
141.8
5,722.9
40,598.2
36,453.7
10,649.1
28 Machinery and equipment mfg
195.6
7,977.9
43,578.7
41,295.2
13,085.5
29 Other manufacturing
53.0
1,431.3
6,876.8
6,759.1
2,213.0
21-29Total manufacturing
910.8
35,100.5
229,271.2
199,306.7
68,990.1

MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT UNITS
21 Food, beverage and tobacco mfg
185.6
7,492.5
54,927.0
54,562.0
14,773.8
22 Textile, clothing, footwear and leather
mfg
63.9
1,840.1
9,346.1
9,298.6
2,835.4
23 Wood and paper product mfg
64.4
2,480.1
15,550.4
15,489.9
5,202.9
24 Printing, publishing and recorded
media
100.7
3,905.7
17,529.2
17,508.0
7,560.2
25 Petroleum, coal, chemical and
associated product mfg
102.5
4,765.7
39,970.8
39,815.8
9,842.2
26 Non-metallic mineral product mfg
39.1
1,772.8
11,133.1
11,075.0
4,024.5
27 Metal product mfg
142.8
5,950.3
39,408.5
38,718.1
11,768.4
28 Machinery and equipment mfg
201.0
8,405.1
47,089.0
46,824.6
13,167.1
29 Other manufacturing
54.1
1,435.9
6,865.5
6,853.3
2,228.2
21-29Total manufacturing
954.1
38,048.2
241,819.4
240,145.2
71,402.8

(a) Includes working proprietors.
(b) Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.


4 The following table shows the percentage difference between the estimates for manufacturing management units and manufacturing establishments as shown in the previous table.



DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MANAGEMENT UNIT AND ESTABLISHMENT ESTIMATES FOR

Sales
Employment
Wages
and
Industry
at end of
and
service
value
INDUSTRY SUBDIVISION
June(a)
salaries(b)
Turnover
income
added

ANZSIC
codeDescription
%
%
%
%
%

21Food, beverage and tobacco mfg
12.6
21.3
6.3
30.7
1.0
22Textile, clothing, footwear and leather mfg
0.5
-1.1
1.4
6.2
-8.0
23Wood and paper product mfg
1.3
9.1
14.1
30.8
12.6
24Printing, publishing and recorded media
1.8
1.1
1.5
2.7
4.8
25Petroleum, coal, chemical and associated product mfg
8.4
10.7
11.2
54.6
0.7
26Non-metallic mineral product mfg
12.1
18.6
6.2
14.6
8.4
27 Metal product mfg
0.7
4.0
-2.9
6.2
10.5
28Machinery and equipment mfg
2.7
5.4
8.1
13.4
0.6
29Other manufacturing
2.1
0.3
-0.2
1.4
0.7
21-29Total manufacturing
4.8
8.4
5.5
20.5
3.5

(a) Includes working proprietors.
(b) Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.


5 The following 5 examples are provided to assist in understanding the different ways in which establishments and management units contribute to manufacturing estimates at the division, subdivision and data item levels.
    (1) A manufacturing establishment may be part of a non-manufacturing management unit - the establishment contributes to the manufacturing establishment estimates but the management unit does not contribute to the manufacturing management unit estimates.
    (2) A manufacturing management unit, with two or more establishments, has establishments classified to different manufacturing subdivisions. In almost all cases, the establishments contribute only to the estimates for their respective subdivisions. The management unit contributes to the estimates for only one subdivsion, which (in almost all cases) will be the same subdivision as at least one of its establishments.
    (3) Following on from (2), a small number of manufacturing establishments engage, in a significant way, in a variety of activities which are normally carried out by different industries. For example, a predominantly manufacturing establishment may also undertake significant amounts of wholesaling. Similarly, a manufacturing establishment may produce significant volumes of goods which are normally produced in different manufacturing industries. In such cases, the original establishment is 'split' into a separate establishment for each significant activity which belongs to a separate industry. For the 1999-2000 manufacturing collection, 'significant' was defined as turnover of $7.3m or more.
    (4) A manufacturing management unit may consist of several establishments, only some of which are manufacturing establishments - the management unit contributes its whole value to the manufacturing management unit estimates but only the manufacturing establishments contribute to the manufacturing establishment estimates.
    (5) Following on from (4), a manufacturing management unit which consists of several establishments, only some of which are manufacturing establishments, may transfer some or all of the goods it produced to a wholesale establishment of the management unit, for sale. In the establishment based collections, the value of the goods transferred out for sale was captured and contributed to estimates of turnover (but not sales and service income) and the calculation of IVA. The manufacturing management unit will contribute the sale value from the wholesale establishment to the estimates of turnover, sales and service income and IVA.

6 For further details, please contact John Ridley on Sydney (02) 9268 4541.



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