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1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2003  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 24/01/2003   
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Contents >> Manufacturing >> Manufacturing sales and service income by state

Sales and service income is a key measure of the performance of manufacturing businesses in an industry. Sales and service income comprises sales of goods whether or not produced by the business (including goods produced for the business on a commission basis) and income from service activities. Service income includes income from work done or sales made on a commission basis, income from repair, maintenance or servicing, advertising income, installation and delivery charges separately invoiced to customers, and management fees/charges received from related and unrelated businesses.

In 2000-01 Victoria (with 34% of national manufacturing sales and service income) and New South Wales (with 31%) continued to be the largest manufacturing states (table 19.12). Victoria contributed 49% of the national sales and service income of the Textile, clothing, footwear and leather manufacturing industry, 42% of the national sales and service income of the Machinery and equipment manufacturing industry and between 22% and 39% of the national sales and service income of the remaining manufacturing industries. New South Wales contributed 43% of the national sales and service income of the Printing, publishing and recorded media industry, and between 24% and 35% of the national sales and service income of the remaining manufacturing industries.

Although Queensland accounted for only 15% of national manufacturing sales and service income overall, it contributed 20% of national sales and service income for Food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing. South Australia, which accounted for 9% of national manufacturing sales and service income overall, contributed 17% of national sales and service income for Machinery and equipment manufacturing. Western Australia, which accounted for 8% of national manufacturing sales and service income overall, contributed 14% for Non-metallic mineral product manufacturing. Tasmania, which accounted for 2% of national manufacturing sales and service income overall, contributed 7% of national sales and service income for Wood and paper product manufacturing.


19.12 INCOME FROM SALES OF GOODS AND SERVICE INCOME(a) - 2000-01

NSW
Vic.
Qld
SA
WA
Tas.
NT
ACT
Aust.
Industry subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m

Food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing
17,262
17,344
11,168
5,027
3,787
1,296
118
78
56,080
Textile, clothing, footwear and leather manufacturing
2,904
5,084
706
939
494
163
n.p.
n.p.
10,306
Wood and paper product manufacturing
4,864
5,035
2,206
1,507
887
1,146
19
67
15,731
Printing, publishing and recorded media
6,798
4,956
1,700
796
1,030
168
56
256
15,760
Petroleum, coal, chemical and associated product manufacturing
14,764
17,148
5,811
1,755
4,155
372
26
9
44,040
Non-metallic mineral product manufacturing
3,556
2,415
1,909
896
1,535
254
133
82
10,780
Metal product manufacturing
14,941
9,594
7,651
2,577
5,276
1,752
n.p.
n.p.
42,263
Machinery and equipment manufacturing
12,568
21,835
5,207
8,673
2,622
304
93
111
51,412
Other manufacturing
2,275
2,748
1,190
565
700
40
13
33
7,565
Total manufacturing
79,930
86,158
37,548
22,736
20,487
5,497
869
713
253,938

(a) In current prices. For chain volume measures see table 19.18.

Source: Manufacturing Industry, Australia, Preliminary, 2000-01 (8201.0).


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