Which industrial services providers deliver the best value to customers?
FourFourOneIndustrial Services is a provider of industrial services and infrastructure management solutions, delivering quality services at competitive prices.
The services include manufacturing and assembly services, supply chain management, data, analytics and supply chain automation.
Industrial services are a growing sector in Australia, with an estimated 8.2 million people in the country relying on industrial services.
The sector employs more than 70,000 people and accounts for approximately 15 per cent of Australia’s GDP.
The main services delivered by industrial services include:Manufacturing services provide the production, packaging and supply of goods for the supply chain including retailers, food suppliers, manufacturers, and wholesalers.
These products are shipped to customers.
Packing services deliver the final assembly and packaging of products such as vehicles, furniture, electronics, and more.
These services include assembly and packing of the final product.
Supply chain management services provide management of supply chains and ensure the supply chains are able to meet customer needs.
Analytics and supply-chain automation provide quality and efficient analysis of the supply-chains.
These services are essential to providing value to businesses and individuals.
Industry data can help to improve supply chains, reduce costs and increase efficiency.
Industries are also finding value from digital technology, including mobile, internet, data centres, and robotics.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has also been tracking data, including industry and consumer data, since the early 2000s.
It shows the Australian economy has grown by 2.3 per cent in real terms between 2014 and 2020.
Source FourFourRead moreThe ABC’s Digital Innovation Report found the Australian workforce has increased by 12.3 million in real per cent since 2012.
This has seen the number of Australian workers grow by an average of 7.6 per cent a year over that period.
The number of full-time jobs has increased to more than 1.5 million, and the number with part-time positions has increased from around 250,000 to almost 1.3million.
Industrie and the Australian peopleIndustry and the people is a report commissioned by the Australian Institute of Industrial Relations (AIIR) to give a snapshot of Australia and its economy.
The report highlights how the economy is growing in all sectors, with the most notable growth being in the services sector.
In terms of the number, the economy grew by an additional 1.6 million in 2020.
This was driven by increases in both employment and wage growth, as well as a rise in wages.
In the manufacturing sector, employment grew by a more than 50 per cent year on year.
The unemployment rate fell from 7.4 per cent to 5.1 per cent.
In total, employment increased by a total of 8.7 per cent, up by 2,000 jobs.
In this sector, there were 2.5 jobs for every person in the labour force, a number that has increased more than any other sector.
Wage growth also rose by an annual average of 3.1 percent between 2014-2020, and this was driven primarily by a jump in wages for service industry workers, as the number working in the service sector increased by almost 4,000.
In both the manufacturing and service sectors, wages increased by an overall average of 1.4 percent over the year.
The data also shows there were more people employed in the health and social care sectors than in the manufacturing, and agriculture sectors.
The AIMR report also shows Australia has the highest proportion of adults aged 65 years and over in the workforce.
It also shows that, as a whole, the number employed aged 65 and over increased by nearly 11 per cent between 2014 to 2020.
Australia has a long and proud history of being a manufacturing country, with its earliest industrial manufacturing being built in the 1840s.
The country also had a thriving agricultural sector, which included many small farms and the first large-scale dairy farms in the 1920s.
Today, Australia is home to the largest number of farms and dairy farms, and is also home to some of the world’s best agricultural universities.
Industrials also contribute to the economy through their work, through education, by helping create jobs, and by improving health, safety and environmental standards.
The workforce in Australia is growing, with more people aged 65-plus in the work force.
The proportion of working Australians is expected to reach 65 per cent by 2031.
The labour force participation rate (LFPR) for Australians aged 65+ was at 76.4 in 2020, which was up by 0.9 percentage points on the previous year.