Currently undergoing the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ encompassing robotics and automation, data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning the manufacturing sector is characterised by disruption. Manufacturers are faced with the challenges of balancing continuous improvement and investment in new technologies with profitability and managing risk.

Our team works with a diverse range of manufacturers to help them thrive in this complex environment. We believe in going beyond traditional accounting services, engaging with manufacturers proactively and collaboratively, leveraging our expertise and resources to drive your success.

Our commitment goes beyond delivering accurate financial information. We strive to build strong relationships with our manufacturing clients, actively engaging with you to drive growth, efficiency and financial success. Together, we can unlock the full potential of your manufacturing business.

Who we serve
We have industry expertise across a broad range of manufacturing businesses, including those in:

  • General engineering
  • Defense
  • Electronics
  • Energy
  • Engineering design
  • Food & beverage
  • Construction & infrastructure
  • Environment & sustainable energy
  • Machinery & equipment
  • Mining, oil & gas
  • Packaging
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Plastic & chemicals
  • Transport & marine
  • Telecommunications


William Buck are the accountants and advisors to the Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute Limited (AMTIL) and are the preferred supplier to its members due to our dedicated manufacturing team that specialise in a range of services customised to the needs of the industry.

Supporting you at every step

We specialise in providing accounting services specifically designed for the manufacturing industry. With our expertise and tailored approach, we can help your business no matter what stage it’s at, ensuring financial success and sustainability at every step.

Services built around you

We work with you to build your business. Whether you are a manufacturer, supplier, or transporter, our team is equipped to deliver successful outcomes for your business.

Resources to go global

We operate across international waters. Our Praxity network has over 800+ offices in 120 countries and most major cities. We have the global reach to help you scale your business and enter new markets. If you aspire to grow, we have the team to help you develop a successful global expansion strategy.

Latest insights from our Manufacturing team

Empowering manufacturing teams: The role of employee share schemes
5 April 2024 | Minutes to read: 2

Empowering manufacturing teams: The role of employee share schemes

In the dynamic world of manufacturing, where innovation, efficiency and collaboration are paramount, the significance of fostering...
Australia’s Small Business Restructuring regime: a tool to revive your manufacturing business
3 October 2023 | Minutes to read: 2

Australia’s Small Business Restructuring regime: a tool to revive your manufacturing business

In times of economic uncertainty, SME businesses are generally squeezed harder than larger ones, with fewer levers...
Transitioning your manufacturing business to a circular economy model
2 August 2023 | Minutes to read: 2

Transitioning your manufacturing business to a circular economy model

As we continue to grapple with the challenges that stem from climate change, pollution and resource depletion,...
Made in Victoria – Manufacturing Growth Program
9 March 2023 | Minutes to read: 2

Made in Victoria – Manufacturing Growth Program

The Victorian State Government recently launched the Made in Victoria – Manufacturing Growth Program, a government fund...
Identifying the intangible assets in your manufacturing business
7 February 2022 | Minutes to read: 2

Identifying the intangible assets in your manufacturing business

This article was first published by AMTIL on 21 December 2021. Knowing that employers will respect and...
Export insights:  China’s food and beverage market
20 September 2021 | Minutes to read: 2

Export insights: China’s food and beverage market

China’s burgeoning middle-class, together with the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement has created a wealth of opportunities for...

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