ADInstruments is an international company that produces data acquisition and analysis systems for the life sciences industry. It is headquartered in Dunedin, New Zealand and has more than 170 staff worldwide. Voted a finalist in Kenexa/JRA Top 10 Best Place to work in 2009, 2010., 2011 and 2012, and voted number one place to work in the life sciences industry in 2012 by The Scientist Magazine. ADInstruments partners with several producers of life sciences equipment, including Transonic Systems Inc., Radnoti Glass Technologies Inc., Panlab s.I. and Millar Instruments Ltd. ADInstruments is also an Applied Science industry partner with the University of Otago
AHI Roofing is a manufacturer of stone chip coated metal roof tiles based in Auckland, New Zealand and with plants in New Zealand, United States (California), Hungary and Malaysia. The company sells under both the Gerard and Decra brand names.
Air New Zealand Limited
Air New Zealand Limited is the flag carrier airline of New Zealand. Based in Auckland, the airline operates scheduled passenger flights to 20 domestic and 31 international destinations in 19 countries around the Pacific Rim and the United Kingdom. The airline has been a member of the Star Alliance since 1999.
Anchor is a brand of dairy products that was founded in New Zealand in 1886 and is one of the key brands owned by the New Zealand-based international exporter Fonterra Co−operative Group. In Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan the Fernleaf brand is used in place of Anchor.
AuCom Electronics Ltd
AuCom Electronics Ltd is a global company headquartered in Christchurch, New Zealand. It is one of the top 50 technology exporters in New Zealand.
Bluebird Foods Ltd
Bluebird Foods Ltd is a New Zealand division of the U.S.-based PepsiCo corporation, that manufactures snack foods, cereals and muesli bars. All snacks are manufactured at the Bluebird Foods factory in Wiri, Auckland.
New Zealand Sugar Company Limited
New Zealand Sugar Company Limited is a long-established business and landmark in Birkenhead, New Zealand, located on the northern shore of Auckland's Waitematā Harbour. The company is also known colloquially as "Chelsea Sugar", taking reference from the company's branded sugar "Chelsea", and the site is also colloquially known as the "Chelsea Sugar Refinery", or "sugar works".
Chevron Engineering Specialties Ltd
Chevron Engineering Specialties Ltd is a New Zealand based kit-car and race-car manufacturer owned by Dan, Evan, and Barbara Fray and founded in 1980. It is based in Massey, Auckland and manufactures three different models, with the Aprisa and Cypher competing in New Zealand sports car racing.
Cookie Time Ltd
Cookie Time Ltd is a New Zealand company based in Christchurch, which has been manufacturing snack foods since 1983. It is fronted by a mascot known as the Cookie Muncher. Their factory, with a shop for members of the public to buy cookies and other products, is located a 789 Main South Road, in the settlement of Templeton, 4 km from Hornby on the outskirts of Christchurch, and 14 km from the city centre.
Datacom Group Limited
Datacom Group Limited is an Information Technology services company, offering management and consulting, cloud services, ITO, data centre services, custom software development, business process management and payroll services. The company was started in New Zealand in 1965, but has expanded to operate in Australia, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines, the USA and the UK, employing 4,880 people across 30 offices globally.
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare (FPH)
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare (FPH) is a manufacturer, designer and marketer of products and systems for use in respiratory care, acute care, and the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. Based in New Zealand, their products and systems are sold in around 120 countries worldwide. FPH is primarily an exporting company, with just 1 percent of revenue coming from New Zealand sales.
Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited is a New Zealand multinational dairy co-operative owned by around 10,500 New Zealand farmers. The company is responsible for approximately 30% of the world's dairy exports and with revenue exceeding NZ$17.2 billion, is New Zealand's largest company.
Foodstuffs (NZ) Ltd
Foodstuffs (NZ) Ltd is a group of two New Zealand grocery and liquor retailers' cooperatives based in the North Island and the South Island that collectively control an estimated 53% of the New Zealand grocery market. The group owns retail franchises Four Square, New World and Pak'nSave, in-store private labels Pam's and Budget, and a ten percent stake in The Warehouse. The effective duopoly in New Zealand's supermarket industry means that Foodstuffs' only real competitor is Australian supermarket chain Progressive Enterprises.
Frucor is a Japanese-owned beverage company operating in Australasia, and headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand. The company is well known for its V energy drink launched in 1997, which is sold across the world including Europe, South Africa and Argentina. Frucor's product, V, is considered a rival to Red Bull.
Goodman Fielder is a joint Hong Kong/Singapore-owned manufacturer, marketer and distributor of bread, small goods, dairy products, margarine, oil, dressings and various food ingredients. Its main operations are in New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and New Caledonia, with over 40 manufacturing sites. The company employs over 5,000 people, and has more than 120 brands. In March 2015, Goodmans Fielder was acquired by new conglomerate, Wilmar International and First Pacific, in a joint-venture to effectively manage and enhance import/ export logistics internationally.
Hamodava Coffee Company
Hamodava Coffee Company (Hamodava) is a beverage manufacturer specialising in coffee and based in Auckland, New Zealand. Hamodava distribute exclusively Fair Trade and Organic certified products. Salvation Army officer Herbert Booth started the business in Melbourne, Australia in 1897 and it ran successfully until 1929. Hamodava was relaunched in September 2016, with the company's operations being moved to Auckland.
Kathmandu Holdings Limited
Kathmandu Holdings Limited is a transnational chain of retail stores, selling travel and adventure outdoor apparel and equipment. Kathmandu is a leading retailer of clothing and equipment for travel and adventure in New Zealand, Australia and the UK. It has 163 stores as at the end of July 2017; 47 in New Zealand, 115 in Australia and 1 in the United Kingdom.
KiwiRail Holdings Limited
KiwiRail Holdings Limited is a New Zealand State-owned enterprise responsible for rail operations in New Zealand. Trading as KiwiRail and headquartered in Wellington, New Zealand, KiwiRail is the largest rail transport operator in New Zealand. KiwiRail has business units of KiwiRail Freight, The Great Journeys of New Zealand and Interislander. KiwiRail released a 10-Year Turn-around Plan in 2010 and has received significant government investment in support of this in an effort to make KiwiRail a viable long-term transport operator.
Lewis Road Creamery
Lewis Road Creamery is a boutique New Zealand dairy company, located in northern New Zealand. They produce a range of milk products, including varieties of milk, cream, ice cream and butter. The company is best known for its brand of chocolate milk, which in 2014, sparked a frenzied, nationwide shortage.
Mainland Cheese is a brand of cheese now owned by Fonterra Co-operative Group that is sold throughout Australasia and parts of the Americas. It began as a family business in the South Island of New Zealand.
Meadow Fresh NZ Ltd
Meadow Fresh NZ Ltd formed as the result of a brand swap in September 2005 between New Zealand Dairy Foods Ltd and New Zealand Milk.
Meadow Lea is one of Australia's leading brands of polyunsaturated margarine spreads, founded in Sydney by 1932 and owned since 1986 by the Australasian food company Goodman Fielder.
The Paper Plus Group
The Paper Plus Group is a group of three brands in New Zealand. The group is a three brand co-operative franchise business model.
Saker Sports Cars
Saker Sports Cars were designed and built in Feilding, New Zealand by Bruce Turnbull of Turnbull Engineering from 1989 to 2002. Turnbull has been providing technical assistance in the development of the Hulme F1. Since 2002 Sakers were being built and designed in Etten-Leur, Netherlands. Which makes Saker Sportcars Dutch.
V is an energy drink brand produced by Frucor, a New Zealand-based beverage manufacturer. It was launched in Methven, New Zealand in August 1997 and in Australia in 1999. The product's success, a market share over 60% in New Zealand and 42% in Australia, makes it the most popular brand of energy drink in both countries.
Villa Maria Estate
Villa Maria Estate is a New Zealand wine company. It has vineyards across New Zealand, with its major production being from Gisborne, Hawke's Bay, Marlborough and Auckland.
Vista Group International
Vista Group International provides film industry technology solutions for studios, distributors, exhibitors, and moviegoers globally.
Wattie's or Heinz Wattie's Limited is an American-owned food producer of frozen and packaged fruit, vegetables, sauces, baby food, cooking sauces, dressings and pet foods in the New Zealand market.
J.H. Whittaker & Sons, Ltd (Whittaker's)
J.H. Whittaker & Sons, Ltd (Whittaker's) is a confectionery manufacturer specialising in chocolate and based in Porirua, New Zealand. Whittaker's is the second-largest chocolate brand in New Zealand, behind Cadbury, and is estimated to hold 41% of the local block market. Approximately 30% of their production is now exported. The company controls its entire manufacturing process in its facility in Porirua, calling itself a "bean-to-bar" manufacturer. James Henry Whittaker started the business in Christchurch in 1896 and it was later moved to Wellington.
Xero is a New Zealand domiciled public software company that offers a cloud-based accounting software platform for small and medium-sized businesses. The company has offices in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Asia and South Africa. It is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Zealong is a New Zealand tea company based in Hamilton, New Zealand, where local climate, terroir, and lack of heavy frost aid in growing the camellia sinensis tea plant and encouraged initial propagation trials in 1996. It is the first commercial tea plantation in New Zealand. They specialise in high-quality loose teas, green, oolong, and black, and are organic or conversion organic certified, Halal certified, and ISO 22000 / HACCP certified.
Made in New Zealand. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in New Zealand” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC