The team here at Automotive Employment [NZ] Ltd extend our best wishes to you all. Christmas in New Zealand is a time when many New Zealanders take a break to be with family and friends. It is peak Summer here now so we all head off to the favourite holiday spot for time away at the Bach [Holiday Home] or favourite camping spots. This year is no exception.
The office will be open up till 2pm on December 22. From there we take a short break with the office reopening January 3.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says, “there were 14,594 new vehicle registrations for the month of November, making it the strongest month of November on record. It also took the 2017 calendar year past the full 2016 year making it the strongest year on record for registrations of new vehicles in New Zealand, the fourth consecutive year in a row.
The MIA (Motor Industry Association) and VIA (the Imported Motor Vehicle Industry Association) have today confirmed their agreement to cooperate on matters of shared interest, announcing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between their associations.
The MoU records their agreed working relationship, while respecting each association’s autonomy and separate constituencies: New Zealand’s new and used vehicle import industries, respectively.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says, “the traditional slowdown in new vehicle registrations during an election period failed to materialise in September. Monthly registrations of 14,507 vehicles was the strongest month of September on record. Registrations were 10.4% (11,165 units) year to date above this time in 2016 and for the month were up 4.5% (623 units) on September 2016.
2017 breaks 26 year old record for the single highest lift in industry remuneration rates!
Every year Automotive Employment [NZ] Limited updates our opinion on where the wage and salaries are positioned for virtually every job title in the motor industry nationally. For motor industry employees, 2017 has proven to provide the single biggest jump in remuneration rates. Hardly a single category of employment was not positively impacted by those working in the industry.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says, “Registration of 11,631 vehicles for the month of July were marginally up 0.5% (61 units) on this time last year. Year to date the new vehicle sector is 12.6% (10,033 units) ahead of this time last year with 90,737 vehicles registered compared to 80,704 to the end of July 2016.”
Passenger car and SUV registrations of 7,605 units were down 1.0% (80 units) on July 2016.
These are the top 10 most prosperous countries according to the Legatum Institute whose mission is to promote policies that lift people from poverty to prosperity. The study ranked countries across nine key metrics.
The 10th most prosperous nation is the United Kingdom. It’s strong business economy allowed it to crack the top 5 in that category.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says, “Registration of 15,985 vehicles for the month of June is not only the strongest month of June ever but also sets a new monthly record for any month of the year. The previously single strongest month was October 2016 when there were 14,709 new vehicles registered. Year to date the new vehicle sector is 14.
Auckland’s economic growth is “spectacular” and an extra 60,000 jobs were added to the country’s financial powerhouse in the last year, according to a new report.
David Norman, Auckland Council’s chief economist, revealed Auckland’s growing strength in his latest Auckland Economic Quarterly publication and he included some good news for wage earners.
“Auckland’s GDP grew at 4.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says “Registration of 10,635 vehicles for the month of April confirms robust growth in the new vehicle sector which continues to perform above market expectations. It could have been even greater if it were not for supply constraints faced by some distributors.