An Overview of New Zealand
- New Zealand has a population of4.917 million.
- Capital: Wellington
- Official Language:English, Māori, and New Zealand Sign Language.
- Total Area:268,021 km²
- Currency:New Zealand dollar
Economic Statistics of New Zealand
- New Zealand has reached a GDP of206.9 billion USD. Its largest industries are
- Beef and sheep farming
- The breakdown of New Zealand GDP Composition includes
- Services (71%)
- Manufacturing (12.2%)
- Industry (7.6%)
- The main importers of New Zealand’s goods are
- Australia (13.6%)
- USA (10.8%)
- Japan (5.95%)
- Korea (2.86%)
- While the main exporters to New Zealand are
- Australia (12%)
- USA (9.66%)
- Japan (5.66%)
- Korea (4.88%)
The Printing Industry in New Zealand
- As the economy in New Zealand has grown, there is an increased need to buy printers, consumables such as inks and makeups and cleaning solutions.
- Printing and reprographic services are the mainstays of the industry. Offset lithographic, reprographic, optical, relief, and screen printing are examples of printing methods. Printing can be done on a variety of surfaces, including paper, plastic, and metal. Companies that specialize in screen printing on clothing are also included in the industry.
- The COVID-19 pandemic is predicted to have a minor impact on the printing industry. The industry's revenue is expected to drop by 6.4 percent this year, owing to increased internet use. Owing to economic instability and decreased discretionary spending, demand from some key markets has dwindled.
- The increasing accessibility of printing equipment would almost certainly increase the use of in-house printing, displacing industry services. Nonetheless, growing retail activity, especially online retail activity, is expected to help sales over the next five years.
- As a result, more people in New Zealand are looking for printers for sale whether from domestic sources or via imports.
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The Packaging Industry in New Zealand
- In New Zealand, the Packaging Services industry plays an important role in the supply chains of various producers and wholesalers. The fortunes of the industry are primarily determined by the output of the manufacturing and wholesaling industries, which account for the majority of industry demand.
- Agriculture companies and wholesalers have been gradually contracting industry operators to fulfill their packaging needs in order to cut costs and retain a competitive advantage over cheaper imports over the last five years. Furthermore, a growing number of manufacturers and wholesalers have committed to eliminating waste and advocating for more environmentally friendly packaging options.
- Over the next five years, the Packaging Services industry is expected to perform well. Although these are expected to remain the industry's primary markets, other companies, such as online retailers, will likely have a rising impact on total domestic packaging demand.
- This boosting economyin New Zealand will continue to drive demand for industrial inkjet printer, printing equipment, printing parts, printing consumables such as inks, make ups and cleaning solutions.
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The Manufacturing Industry in New Zealand
- While the construction, meat, and dairy industries are experiencing strong growth, conventional large-scale consumer manufacturing is declining in New Zealand. This is mostly due to foreign rivals who have higher scale efficiencies and lower labor costs.
- Most of New Zealand's manufacturing is now business-to-business, with companies producing small batches of highly specialized, niche, and bespoke products for their customers. Manufacturing has changed as a result of globalization and technology, with new and improved ways of doing business emerging to meet evolving commercial and customer demands.
- With a significant rise in lean manufacturing, New Zealand factories are transitioning from cost-based to quality-based operations. Outsourcing a portion of a company's manufacturing process to countries with scale economies will save money for certain businesses.
Hence, New Zealand’s expanding manufacturing sector has increased demand for printing and industrial ink such as Videojet ink, Inkjet refills, and Hitachi parts.
Sea Ports and Trading Hubs of New Zealand
Port of Tauranga
Port of Auckland
Port of Wellington
Camainks uses Port of Tauranga when exporting printing products to New Zealand
For importing Inkjet printers, Citronix printers, Videojet inks, and other spare parts, Camainks uses the largest port of Tauranga when exporting to our clients in New Zealand. We have exported items such as inkjet printers, CIJ printers, laser printers, and specialized brands of printer consumables including:
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What Printers and Ink Do New Zealand Import?
Although New Zealand does have some manufacturers for printers and ink like Risograph ink and Domino Inkjet printer, New Zealand still needs to import from countries such as China, Australia, USA, Japan, and Korea. This demand for importing printers and ink in New Zealand is due to its fast-growing economy. Some printers, ink, and related consumables that New Zealand imports from these countries include,
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What Regulations Are There on Importing Printers and Ink to New Zealand?
- All commercial or company products entering New Zealand must be announced. No later than 20 days afterthe goods arrive, you must file the details of your imports with Customs via the import entry clearance process. MPI also prefers (and often requires) that you send your information ahead of time. The amount of time you can plan ahead depends on how your orders will be shipped.
- You won't be able to pick up your items until Customs has approved your import entry clearance, confirmed the duties and charges, and confirmed any other requirements that might apply, such as MPI biosecurity clearances.
- Before you can file your import paperwork, you must first register. There are two registrations required:
Register for a declarant code and a unique user identifier (UUI) with Customs, which will allow you to use the online services and EDI apps.
Register with the Electronic Commerce Network, which, on behalf of Customs, operates the online declarations scheme.
- Before you can import, produce, or use a hazardous material, it must first be licensed under the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms (HSNO) Act. Each hazardous material is assigned an approval number until it has been approved. There can only be one approval number for each substance. Any new combination of substances will result in the formation of anew substance.
- Because inks contain hazardous chemicals, it is important to follow New Zealand’s importregulations.
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Why Should New Zealand Import Printers and Ink?
- Availability - The local industry has limited capacity and some clients in New Zealand require printers and ink promptly.
- High Product Cost - Given the domestic competition in New Zealand, printers and the continuous ink supply are more expensive to buy domestically than on the world market.
- Product Quality - While most international suppliers have a good brand reputation and quality, some smaller domestic manufacturers in New Zealand can havevariant product quality.
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Where Can I Buy Printers and Ink for New Zealand?
If you are looking for individual use printers and inks, there are many domestic manufacturers and distributors available in New Zealand. However, if you looking for large quantities of inks, make ups and cleaning solutions, Camainks has been exporting print products such as Videojet ink, Linx printing technologies, and markem imaje 2200 to clients in New Zealand. Feel free to contact us at [email protected] or WhatsApp us at +86-131-2037-9271 for a FREE quotation.
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