While operating in one of the most diverse industries, businesses across the manufacturing sector are faced with similar challenges and opportunities.

Increasing input costs, a rising Australian dollar and competition from low-cost countries like China and India can place increased strain on businesses in the industry.

Successful businesses in the manufacturing industry have efficient production and administration processes, effective supply chains, and an ability to innovate.  Whatever you manufacture, you need an advisor that understands the industry.

Our specialist manufacturing team have the industry knowledge to take a strategic view of your operations and provide guidance and advice on a number of matters including:

  • Audit, accounting and tax compliance
  • Outsourced accounting
  • KPIs, benchmarking and analysis
  • Management accounting
  • Budgets and cash flow forecasting
  • Pre-lending reviews and financing
  • Capital raisings
  • Business valuations
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Domestic and export markets
  • Research and Development tax advice

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