Hyspecs are always looking for growth opportunities for not only themselves but also their customers. Continue →
When a piece of hydraulic equipment stops, production stops. Getting hydraulics repaired and working efficiently is all part of the job for the Hyspecs service teams. Continue →
Christchurch-based Melrose KiwiConcept Chairs designs and fabricates wheelchairs and accessories for the niche market of people with special requirements, notably athletes and people with permanent spinal injuries. Continue →
Hamilton-based Ligar, a developer of molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs), in mid-February secured a sizable investment from Wallace Corporation. Continue →
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The Bridge of Remembrance over the Avon River in Christchurch was severely structurally damaged in the February 2011 earthquake. Continue →
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Nimble software engineering and smart product development have earned Auckland-based BCS a place as one of the three finalists in the Sanitarium Innovator of the Year competition. Continue →
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The combined brainpower of New Zealand’s best and brightest mathematicians will be harnessed to solve significant business challenges at New Zealand’s first Mathematics-in-Industry event on June 29 to July 3 at Massey University, Albany. Continue →
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The outlook for engineering in the food industry is stable and healthy, and key players consider the sector to be a growth industry. Continue →
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The fume arms New Zealand Duct & Flex installed at Pyrotek. Continue →
The North Island Hyspecs sales team from left Damon McCarthy, Kurt Schmidt, Albert Wang, Bruce Botha, Jordan Smith, Conrad Hauser, Lloyd Jones, Tim McCallister, Andrew Williams, Craig Kemp, Mark Featherstone, Richard Krebs, Johan Victor, and Ross McConnon. Continue →
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