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  C191 Polymer Product Manufacturing

Materials.gifANZSIC C191 contains these ANZSIC class codes:

The baseline figures in these graphs and maps have been produced by statistical and geographical analysis of industrial demography data provided by Statistics New Zealand.

GRAPHS »

Business and employee count 2000-2012

 

Business and employee travel trends 2000-2012

Business and employee urban/rural profile 2000-2012

 

MAPS - BUSINESSES »

Dominant business type

Business count growth and densification 2000-2012

Business count

Business density (count per square kilometre)

Percentage of total local businesses

 

MAPS - EMPLOYEES »

 

Employee count growth and densification 2000-2012

Employee count

Employee density (count per square kilometre)

Percentage of total local employees

  

GRAPHS  

 

2000-2012
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Business and employee count
2000-2012
This graph shows a time series of the number of businesses and employees in this ANZSIC category in the Auckland region. Numbers are given for each year in the period 2000-2012. This data gives insight into growth or decline of this ANZSIC category in the region.

2000-2012
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Business and employee travel trends
2000-2012
The average distances between businesses in this ANZSIC category and the Auckland CBD is given in this graph for each year in the period 2000- 2012. Travel distance for employees can be different from businesses due to changing business size as a function of distance to the CBD. Structural changes in travel distance due to relocation of businesses can easily be traced.

2000-2012
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Business and employee urban/rural profile 
2000-2012
This graph shows the average number of businesses and employees active in the category as a function of the business location's distance to the Auckland CBD over the period 2000-2012. The urban-rural profile of this ANZSIC category provides aggregate information on business distribution over the region and changes in business profile as a function of distance.

  

MAPS - BUSINESSES

 

2002
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2007
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2012
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Dominant business type
For this category, business type is defined by the number of employees per business. A map series for the years 2002, 2007 and 2012 shows the rate of change over time in the distribution of business types per area unit. These maps indicate which business size is dominant in the region for this ANZSIC category but also highlight areas with another business signature.

Growth
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Densification
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Business count growth and densification
2000-2012
Spatial distribution of growth or decline in the number of businesses over the period 2000-2012 is given in two maps. The first gives average annual growth in business numbers per area unit. The second gives the annual change in business numbers per square kilometre for area units and highlights those areas where significant changes in the density of businesses in the category occur.

2002
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 2007
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2012
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Business count
Changes in the spatial distribution of businesses in this category are visualised in this map series for the years 2002, 2007 and 2012, which gives the number of businesses per area unit. The area units of less populated areas are much larger than those in the urban area, increasing statistical sensitivity in the outer regions but at the cost of spatial detail.

2002
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 2007
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 2012
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Business density
(count per square kilometre)

Changes in the spatial distribution of businesses in this category are visualised in this map series for the years 2002, 2007 and 2012, which gives the number of businesses per square kilometre for each area unit. These maps give insight into the business density distribution of the industry category over the Auckland region.

2002
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2007
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 2012
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Percentage of total local businesses
The number of businesses in this category as a percentage of total local businesses in the area unit indicates the local significance of the category. A map series with the percentage per area unit for the years 2002, 2007 and 2012 gives insight into changes in the distribution of local businesses in this category in the Auckland region.

  

MAPS - EMPLOYEES 

 

Growth
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Densification
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Employee count growth and densification
2000-2012
Spatial distribution of growth or decline in the number of employees working for businesses in this category over the period 2000-2012 is given in two maps. The first gives average annual growth in employee numbers per area unit. The second gives the annual change in employee numbers per square kilometre for area units and highlights areas where significant changes in employment density in the category occur.

2002
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2007
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2012
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Employee count
Changes in the spatial distribution of employees working  for businesses in this category are visualised in this map series for the years 2002, 2007 and 2012, which gives the number of employees per area unit. The area units of less populated areas are much larger than those in the urban area, increasing statistical sensitivity in the outer regions but at the cost of spatial detail.

2002
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2007
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2012
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Employee density
(count per square kilometre)

Changes in the spatial distribution of employees working for businesses in this category are visualised in this map series for the years 2002, 2007 and 2012, which gives the number of employees per square kilometre for each area unit. These maps give insight into the employee density distribution of the industry category over the Auckland region.

2002
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2007
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2012
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Percentage of total local employees
The number of employees working for businesses in this category as a percentage of total local employment numbers in the area unit indicates the local significance of the category as an employer. This map time series with the employment percentage per area unit for the years 2002, 2007 and 2012 indicates spatial changes in the prominence of this category as employer in the area units of the Auckland region.


C191 Polymer Product Manufacturing


C1911 Polymer Film and Sheet Packaging Material Manufacturing
This class consists of units mainly engaged in manufacturing unsupported polymer film or polymer sheet into packaging materials. This includes bubble packaging, bags, coatings or laminates in a variety of forms.

Primary activities:

  • Bag, plastic, manufacturing
  • Bag, sack or packet (plastic film or sheeting), manufacturing
  • Bubble packaging manufacturing
  • Film, plastic, manufacturing
  • Food wrapping, plastic, manufacturing
  • Garbage bag, plastic, manufacturing
  • Plastic lamination with paper

C1912 Rigid and Semi-Rigid Polymer Product Manufacturing
This class consists of units mainly engaged in manufacturing rigid or semi-rigid polymer products.

Primary activities:

  • Badge, plastic, manufacturing
  • Bathtub, plastic, manufacturing
  • Bottle, plastic, manufacturing
  • Bucket, plastic, manufacturing
  • Clothes peg, plastic, manufacturing
  • Cultured marble surfacing product manufacturing
  • Dinnerware, plastic, manufacturing
  • Drinking fountain, plastic, manufacturing
  • Electrical insulation box, polymer, manufacturing
  • Food container, plastic, manufacturing (including microwave safe)
  • Furniture, plastic, manufacturing
  • Gutter and spout, plastic, manufacturing
  • Light switch and plug, polymer, manufacturing
  • Pipe fittings, plastic, manufacturing
  • Pipe, plastic, manufacturing
  • Plastic union manufacturing
  • Plumbing fittings, plastic, manufacturing (including joints, elbows and flanges)
  • Polycarbonate sheet manufacturing
  • Polymer container manufacturing not elsewhere classified
  • Profile shapes, plastic, manufacturing not elsewhere classified
  • Rod or tube, plastic, manufacturing
  • Safety goggle, plastic, manufacturing
  • Shower stall, plastic, manufacturing
  • Toilet fixture, plastic, manufacturing
  • Toilet, plastic, manufacturing
  • Watering can, plastic, manufacturing

C1913 Polymer Foam Product Manufacturing
This class consists of units mainly engaged in manufacturing polymer foam products. Also included in this class are units mainly engaged in manufacturing polymer filler products used to fill cavities in walls, as well as insulation and cushioning materials for swimming pools and spas, and for marine flotation.

Primary activities:

  • Bicycle safety helmet manufacturing
  • Cooler and ice chest, polymeric foam, manufacturing
  • Cup, polymeric foam, manufacturing
  • Food container, polymeric foam, manufacturing
  • Insulation and cushioning material, polymer, manufacturing
  • Polymeric foam product manufacturing not elsewhere classified
  • Sheet foam manufacturing

C1914 Tyre Manufacturing
This class consists of units mainly engaged in manufacturing tyres from synthetic polymers and/or natural rubber, tyre repair materials and inner tubes. This class also includes units mainly engaged in manufacturing retread or rebuilt tyres using both natural and synthetic rubber.

Primary activities:

  • Aircraft tyre manufacturing
  • Inner tube manufacturing
  • Motor vehicle tyre manufacturing
  • Retread or rebuilt tyre manufacturing
  • Tyre manufacturing (pneumatic, semi-pneumatic or solid)

C1915 Adhesive Manufacturing
This class consists of units mainly engaged in the manufacture of glues, adhesives and other bonding materials of an organic nature.

Primary activities:

  • Adhesive manufacturing
  • Casein glue manufacturing
  • Glue manufacturing
  • Rubber adhesives manufacturing

C1916 Paint and Coatings Manufacturing
This class consists of units mainly engaged in mixing pigments, solvents and binders into paints and coatings. This class also includes manufacturing allied paint products (e.g. putties, caulking compounds, paint and varnish removers) and rubbing compounds. This class also includes units mainly engaged in manufacturing inks and toners.

Primary activities:

  • Carbon ink manufacturing
  • Caulking compound manufacturing
  • Drawing ink manufacturing
  • Enamel manufacturing
  • Filler and putty manufacturing (including spray forms)
  • Ink manufacturing not elsewhere classified
  • Inkjet ink manufacturing
  • Lacquer manufacturing
  • Paint or varnish remover manufacturing
  • Paint tinting manufacturing
  • Primer manufacturing
  • Printing ink manufacturing
  • Rubbing compound (frits) manufacturing
  • Shellac manufacturing
  • Silk screen ink manufacturing
  • Stain manufacturing (including decking stains and oils)
  • Toner manufacturing not elsewhere classified
  • Undercoat and top coat paint manufacturing
  • Varnish manufacturing
  • Water repellent coating manufacturing (for concrete and masonry)
  • Writing ink manufacturing

C1919 Other Polymer Product Manufacturing
This class consists of units mainly engaged in manufacturing polymer composite products such as fibreglass products and resilient floor coverings, as well as other polymer products not elsewhere classified.

Primary activities:

  • Awning, fibreglass, manufacturing
  • Conveyor belt, plastic or composite, manufacturing
  • Floor covering, resilient polymer, manufacturing
  • Garbage bin, plastic, manufacturing
  • Garden hose, plastic or composite, manufacturing
  • Gloves, plastic, manufacturing
  • High-density safety equipment manufacturing (e.g. military helmets)
  • Hose, plastic or composite, manufacturing
  • Hull, boat building, manufacturing
  • Motor vehicle and boat parts, fibreglass, manufacturing
  • Polymer product manufacturing not elsewhere classified
  • Radiator and heating hose, plastic or composite, manufacturing
  • Refrigeration container insulation sheet manufacturing
  • Transmission belt, plastic or composite, manufacturing
  • Vacuum cleaner belt, plastic or composite, manufacturing
  • V-belt, plastic or composite, manufacturing

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