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Fisher & Paykel Healthcare chief executive, 2003

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare chief executive, 2003

Increasingly New Zealand is exporting manufactured goods. The New Zealand-based international company Fisher and Paykel first established a name for exporting washing machines, fridges and dishwashers, but more recently it has become a leader in high-tech medical equipment such as respiratory humidifiers and neonatal warming units. In this photograph, the chief executive of the division, Mike Daniell, stands above the Fisher & Paykel Healthcare factory floor.

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Reference: 22 November 2003

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Brian Easton, 'Economy - External trade', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 13 June 2024)

Story by Brian Easton, updated 1 Sep 2016