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Less industrial waste as a result of recession
Dutch industry produced 16.6 million tonnes of waste in 2009. This is 2.1 million tonnes (over 10 percent) less than in 2008.
Manufacturing prices 4 percent up
Output prices of the Dutch manufacturing industry were 4 percent higher in October 2012 than in October 2011. The increase in manufacturing prices was in the same order of magnitude as in August and...
Increase in manufacturing prices remains stable
Output prices of the Dutch manufacturing industry were more than 4 percent higher in September 2012 than in September 2011. The increase in manufacturing prices was about the same as in August.
Manufacturing prices down
Selling prices of Dutch manufacturing industry were 2.2 percent lower in April 2013 than in April 2012. In March, manufacturers charged 0.9 percent less for their products than twelve months...
Labour participation of engineers, 2011-2014 (Dutch only)
Custom-made tables on the employment situation of people with engineering/technological education broken down by occupation, sector of employment and a number of background characteristics....
Dutch producer prices rise more rapidly than EU average
Dutch producer prices have increased faster since mid-2009 than on average across the European Union (EU) and the Netherlands’ neighbouring countries. The chemical industry had a substantial effect...
Selling prices in manufacturing industry up by nearly 9 percent
In September, factory gate prices in the Dutch manufacturing industry were nearly 9 percent higher than in September 2009. In August, manufactured products were nearly 8 percent more expensive than...
Year-on-year manufacturing output increased again
According to Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the average daily output generated by Dutch manufacturing industry was up by 2.1 percent in October 2015 from the same month last year. This is mainly due...
Lower investments anticipated in manufacturing for 2019
Producers in the manufacturing industry expect to invest 7 percent less in 2019 than in 2018. They also anticipate investments for 2018 to be 44 percent higher than in 2017 by the end of the year.