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1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2002  
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Contents >> Manufacturing >> Manufacturing turnover

Turnover is a key measure of the performance of establishments in an industry. It covers the sales of goods and services by an establishment (together with transfers of goods to other parts of the same business) and also includes all other operating revenue generated by the establishment.

In 1999-2000 Victoria (with 33% of national manufacturing turnover) and New South Wales (with 32%) continued to be the largest manufacturing States (table 19.10). New South Wales contributed 44% of the national turnover of the Printing, publishing and recorded media industry, and between 26% and 35% of the national turnover of the remaining manufacturing industries. Victoria contributed 49% of the national turnover of the Textile, clothing, footwear and leather manufacturing industry, 41% of the national turnover of the Machinery and equipment manufacturing industry and between 23% and 35% of the national turnover of the remaining manufacturing industries.

Although Queensland accounted for only 15% of national manufacturing turnover overall, it contributed 20% of national turnover for Food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing. South Australia, which accounted for 9% of national manufacturing turnover overall, contributed 18% of national turnover for Machinery and equipment manufacturing; Tasmania, which accounted for 2% of national manufacturing turnover overall, contributed 9% of national turnover for Wood and paper product manufacturing.


19.7 MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY TURNOVER, By State/Territory - 1999-2000

Industry subdivision
NSW

$m
Vic.

$m
Qld

$m
SA

$m
WA

$m
Tas.

$m
NT

$m
ACT

$m
Aust.

$m

Food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing
14,670
16,294
10,060
4,819
3,400
1,674
100
72
51,089
Textile, clothing, footwear and leather manufacturing
2,968
4,571
589
642
361
186
7
13
9,337
Wood and paper product manufacturing
4,111
4,157
2,169
1,429
827
1,272
38
57
14,060
Printing, publishing and recorded media
7,603
5,672
1,747
827
966
165
52
223
17,256
Petroleum, coal, chemical and associated product manufacturing
12,558
12,457
5,106
1,618
3,975
245
33
10
36,002
Non-metallic mineral product manufacturing
3,567
2,591
2,044
713
1,274
243
79
49
10,560
Metal product manufacturing
14,289
9,399
7,606
2,770
5,395
1,159
638
49
41,304
Machinery and equipment manufacturing
11,572
18,020
3,935
7,796
2,387
475
75
90
44,350
Other manufacturing
2,133
2,273
1,213
693
724
61
15
76
7,188
Total manufacturing
73,471
75,433
34,467
21,307
19,308
5,481
1,038
640
231,145

Source: Manufacturing Industry, Australia, Preliminary (8201.0).


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