Manufacturing Overhead, Cost Accounting

Does Manufacturing Overhead include the following:1)Material Handling - labour for Purchasing Material, Shipping (inbound for raw materials and outbound for finished product - also internal labour associated with both)packaging of finished product 2) Production Management costs - say VP Operations?
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