Browsing: Exporting & Importing
TSC have been manufacturing label printers since 1991 and have supplied over 4 million printers into the market in over 90 countries. They are an award winning, top-5 global manufacturer of label printers worldwide, with a market share of over 33% in the USA and Asia, and over 40% in India.
Within the last few years TSC have completely refreshed its range of printers from the desktop through to the heavy duty industrial printers.
As the New Zealand authorised partner of TSC , Techspan Industrial Printing Systems offer the full range of TSC label printers, available on our dedicated e-commerce web site, or direct from Techspan.
Techspan backs up its sales with in-house support, remote training, setup and service support. Loan printers are also available if required for return to base repairs.
For printer information and to save money on your label printing consumables, please do not hesitate to contact Craig, Warren or Jon with any enquiries on –
0800 603 603 or visit our e-commerce website www.tsclabelprinters.co.nz
1 Portage Road
PO Box 15262
Cormack Packaging can provide a wide range of closure solutions for specialty and mass-market food packaging applications. Whether you are looking for convenience, enhanced product dispensing, ease of use, or all three, we are confident we can provide you with something that will meet your requirements. CRC Closures, TE Caps, Flip Caps, Spray Pumps & Spray Triggers.
Cormack represents in New Zealand many of the world’s leading packaging companies, including Silgan, Berry Plastics, Moldrite, Comar, Menshen, and many others as well as our own manufacturing site in Sydney.
Cormack realises that its future success relies on its ability to provide its customers with innovative packaging solutions that add excitement to its customers’ brands. We achieve this by delivering to the New Zealand market the latest in Asia, American and European ideas and employing an in-house design team.
34 Apollo Drive
Fifth-generation family owned and run; Langdon has been the supplier of choice for New Zealand and Australia’s favourite food manufacturers for over 168 years.
Our reputation for safe, reliable and technically superior ingredients starts with our global supply chain and trusted long-term supply partners – ensuring you receive the same quality product, on time, every time.
Specialists in herbs, spices, nuts, seeds and dried fruit, our extensive portfolio also includes:
• Dehydrated vegetables
• Bakery products
• Savoury ingredients
• Health & wellness products
• Functional ingredients
• Plant based
• Nutritional yeasts and yeast extracts
With commercial and warehouse operations across ANZ, Asia and the UK & Ireland, we are at the forefront of food trends, providing access to emerging flavour profiles and challenging the way our customers think about and create food.
Let our onsite product development specialists and world-class ingredients bring your food ideas to life!
11 Rakino Way
Chantal Organics began in 1978, in Hawkes Bay, when a group of like-minded people shared a vision of healthier food for their families. They formed a co-operative to buy organic and natural wholefoods. One of the families had a daughter named Chantal, so the name Chantal Organics is a reminder that organic and natural whole foods care for our families, our environment, and future generations.
The Chantal Organics business was purchased from members of the founding families by the Kraus family in August 2016 and is still completely NZ owned and operated.
Chantal Organics is now a nationwide manufacture and wholesaler, distributing organic products into grocery and green stores and making award winning spreads and breakfast cereals from our production facility in the Hawke’s Bay.
We also have a strong bulk foods business, which supports consumers in buying plastic-free via various bulk-refill outlets throughout the country, as well as supplying manufacturers such as bakers and other food producers with the highest quality organic ingredients.
93 Austin Street
AWS Group is an innovative New Zealand based company that is leading the way in sustainable and specialised pathogen control, whilst challenging industry dependence on traditional chemistry.
AWS is an acronym for Air, Water and Surface and represents those areas where the group delivers specialised sanitation technologies, solutions and advice for high-risk hygiene control areas.
With a holistic view and consultative approach to pathogen control, our core focus is sustainability without compromising performance. AWS Group solutions aim to replace toxic and harmful chemistry by delivering powerful and safer alternatives.
Coupled with product innovation, the AWS Group’s key strength is project delivery. Having a diverse skillset of specialists within the business group, the team at AWS Group can execute turn-key sanitation and hygiene solutions to areas that typically remain unsolved.
43 Maurice Road
PO Box 12347
Brooke Fine Foods are importers and distributors of quality food solutions. We specialise is bulk food ingredients, covering a wide range of dried vine, tree and tropical fruit, nuts, grains and seeds, beans and lentils, vinegar, puree, starch’s and flours, peanut butter, canned goods, snacks, mixes and specialty products. We also represent some iconic international brands such as Mrs Balls, Peppadew, Yes You Can and our very own pre-pack range, Summer Harvest.
Brooke Fine Foods supplies private label products within the NZ & Australian grocery sector, we’re able to source a selection of items from around the globe.
Our fundamental philosophy is to provide our clients with a comprehensive, high quality, product range that represents good value. We firmly believe in long-term relationships both with clients and suppliers as we believe that long-term relationships foster consistently better business.
9A Apollo Drive
PO Box 302-118
Filtercorp is the pre-eminent provider of filtration product and services enabling a cleaner tomorrow. Experts in Dust Management, Ventilation Systems, Flexible Connectors, Liquid Filtration – and now teamed up with a Twin City Fans world leaders in Industrial and Commercial Fans. Our range of fans will blow you away! and we now have the Nordfab Ducting products and seal clamps with their innovative Quick-Fit® products.
Matt Tonkin – Sales & Customer Service Manager
Angela Hogan – Key Account Customer Service Leader
17-21 Kawana Street
+64 3 377 9212
+64 9 483 4355
We are a leading provider of food assurance services to Aotearoa’s primary and food production sectors. Sharing and applying knowledge and insights from over 100 years’ experience, we are dedicated to helping our partners uphold what Aotearoa stands for in food – a higher standard of quality and safety.
7a Pacific Rise
Visiting New Zealand for the first time last year, Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council chief executive Richard Burge was struck by the internationalism of the country. Here, he talks exclusively to NZ Food Technology magazine about how Kiwi food and beverage exporters can use that quality – as one of many – to triumph in the post-Brexit age.
Walking around Auckland, all sorts of languages are being spoken by people from across a huge geographical spread but who identify as New Zealanders. New Zealand has proved over many decades that you don’t have to be at the physical centre of the world to be at the centre of its commerce, reinforced by the expeditionary and open approach of its exporters.
The Commonwealth Business Forum (CBF), held in London in March, highlighted the many business opportunities which exist across the Commonwealth. As one of the leading members of the Commonwealth, and most economically successful, I looked forward to seeing a strong delegation of New Zealand businesses there. This forum was organised alongside the biennial Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) and convened 800 senior Commonwealth business leaders alongside approximately 30 heads of state at three iconic London venues. It was a huge opportunity for business leaders and decision makers to make connections and explore the many reasons the Commonwealth is such a unique platform for trade and investment.
As chief executive of a business organisation, the issue of the UK leaving the European Union is obviously one which I discuss regularly. However, whilst it may be a preoccupation in the UK, it isn’t necessarily so for the rest of the Commonwealth members. Commonwealth countries may have to re-think how they trade with and gain access to Europe, but this shouldn’t result in diminished opportunities for their export markets. In January New Zealand reported record high export figures, contributing to a hugely reduced trade deficit. But it is still vital that the New Zealand business community continues to reach out to new export markets.
Commonwealth markets have both diversity and youth on their side – the network is made up of 53 countries of all shapes and sizes, with 60% of its population under the age of 30. The Commonwealth is adding to its middle class faster than any grouping, and is due to contain 1 billion middle class consumers by 2020. Including key global growth areas like India, East Africa and Nigeria, disposable incomes are rising and market opportunities growing. As a result, the total global exports of Commonwealth countries almost tripled between 2000 and 2013. In addition, the ‘Commonwealth Factor’ – shared values, regulatory systems and language – makes trade costs on average 19% lower between Commonwealth countries.
So, having plugged itself so effectively into the markets of the Pacific – China, Australia, the US, Japan, South Korea and, of course, the Commonwealth markets of the Pacific Islands (where the landmark PACER plus agreement is doing great work to stimulate trade), Singapore and Malaysia (one of New Zealand’s fastest growing export markets) – now may be time for New Zealand to look further afield for new growth. It is hugely encouraging to see the work that has already gone into the negotiation of a New Zealand-India FTA, and I’m delighted to see New Zealanders recognising the potential of Indian markets in the future. Indeed, with exports to India only valuing NZ$639 million in 2016, compared to $9.4 billion with China in the same year, there is clearly potential for growth in this area.
Exports to Africa are another area where there is an opportunity to do more. Major progress has already seen exports to the continent triple from 2004-2014, with 9% of New Zealand’s dairy exports now Africa-bound. But there is still huge untapped potential in the region. Commonwealth countries in the East African region are all growing their GDP in excess of 5% per annum (Kenya, 5.5%, Rwanda 5.2%, Uganda around 5% and Tanzania 6.6% in 2017), and represent major opportunities for New Zealand’s world renowned agricultural produce.
These are opportunities that CWEIC’s export champions are already making the most of. Our CommonwealthFirst Export Champions are carefully selected UK SMEs who have an exciting and innovative product or service, and an enterprising approach to export opportunities. Naturally Tribal are making the most of growing disposable incomes to find a gap in the African skincare market, particularly in Nigeria. London-based African fashion retailer Sapelle have a supply chain spanning 15 African countries and are shipping orders all over the world. And sweet potato snack manufacturer Sacoma are helping small holder farmers in Kenya to take their products across the continent and around the world.
At the larger corporate end, CWEIC’s strategic partners are also thriving in Commonwealth markets. World leader in construction and agriculture equipment manufacturing JCB makes more than half of its global profits in India, having manufactured an astonishing 75% of all Indian construction equipment in 2014. Banknote manufacturer De La Rue’s major clients include India, Botswana, Nigeria, Kenya, Sri Lanka and Malta, with a new Sri Lankan banknote being released by them just this month. Leading international bank Standard Chartered continue to earn around 90% of their profits in markets across Asia, Africa and the Middle East, many of them in the Commonwealth. So, there are opportunities in a range of sectors, across a huge spread of Commonwealth countries, that New Zealand’s businesses can capitalise on.
However, what makes New Zealand and its exporters stand out in the world and the Commonwealth is not just their excellent products, but the way they go about doing business. New Zealand, having topped Transparency International’s list as the least corrupt country on earth for the second year running, is a byword for probity and good business practices. It tops the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings overall, and three of the index’s subcategories. Both in integral areas of practicality like the availability of credit, handing out of construction permits and regulation; and in softer areas such as conforming to values of transparency and accountability…New Zealand measures exceptionally well.
New Zealand’s authority in and commitment to the values of democracy, good governance and the rule of law does not go unnoticed in Commonwealth markets, and offers an edge over competitors who may be viewed as less trustworthy – a key factor in terms of who governments and companies choose to invest in and trade with.
It was clear to me from my short tour of New Zealand and from my interactions both with government officials and businesses, that as a country New Zealand has exactly the right approach to free and open trade, and exporting. What it should be looking to do now is diversify its export destinations and, to a degree, diversify the products and services being exported to suit new markets. It is my hope that many of these will be Commonwealth markets, given the huge potential of the emerging markets within the network, and the changing global landscape which is forcing many of the Commonwealth’s established economies to adapt.
The changing face of global trade, and the unions which underpin traditional trading relationships, should not be a deterrent for New Zealand’s excellent business community to continue forming new trading relationships around the world.
Importers and suppliers of Cooling Towers, Water Chillers, cooling and control equipment. MESAN, and King Sun, cooling towers. SHINI, YU TING, and GREEN TECH. Air Cooled and Water cooled Chillers. Portable, and central systems.
Technical support and a back up of spare parts made possible by volume and commitment to looking after our customers long term. With continued supply of strong brands for more than 20 years with a good reputation. Stock cooling towers and spare parts held in our Penrose warehouse. Spare parts and replacement infil for our brands and some for other common brands in the market.
Also water flow indicators, and indicators, and temperature controller units ( Hot ) with a medium of a water or oil based medium.
We are here to help.
Parent company Machinetech Ltd are very strong in the Plastic Machinery supply business.
112a Mays Raod
PO Box 12899
Prime Pump is a Kiwi company that, exclusively, brings the world’s best pump technology home.
Established over 10 years ago, we are an inter-generational company committed to the future of our clients’ companies, and their clients too.
Our pumps are used in a range of situations where lives, livelihoods, and the environment can be at stake. Because of that, we feel a real responsibility to providing technology that delivers quality, efficiency, and reliability every day with impeccable hygiene in food applications.
We are innovators and continue to look for ways to improve our service and add value to the products we offer.
Global excellence – it’s what Prime Pump brings to the table.
10 Chesterfield Street
PO Box 412
A national network of open-access food and beverage production facilities enabling businesses to scale up and commercialise new products.
From research and development through to manufacturing, the government funded network brings a unique level of expertise and access to a diverse suite of manufacturing equipment which provides an accessible pathway to market for businesses of all sizes.
Te Ipu Kai, 28 Verissimo Drive
PO Box 107039
MilkTestNZ is a world leading milk testing laboratory using highly automated processes and advanced technology. A range of microbiology, composition, analytical and specialty tests are available. More recently, MilkTestNZ has expanded its capability to include residue testing in both milk and milk products. MilkTestNZ provides a high quality service with rapid turnaround times at cost effective prices to our customers in New Zealand and internationally.
CEO – Udit Singh
Divisional Manager – Jacob Babu
Sales and Marketing Manager – Kavitha Babu
Customer Service Representative & Sample Reception Team Leader – Tyran McDonald
Customer Service Representative – Megan Jones
1344 Te Rapa Road
PO Box 10208
Viniquip is New Zealand’s leading importer and distributor of bottling, packaging and processing equipment to the wine, fruit juice, beer, cider and general food and beverage industries.
Established in 1991, this privately owned company takes great pride in delivering mainly European and US sourced machinery, equipment, products and expertise throughout New Zealand, Australia, Asia and the Pacific Islands.
Viniquip maintains offices in Hastings, New Zealand and in Australia.
Our portfolio of internationally recognised machinery brands that are marketed exclusively, which include, GAI, APE, ABE, Bucher Vaslin, and Kreuzmayr amongst others.
Viniquip’s strengths include turn-key design work, project management as well as consulting to various industries, which is backed up by trained technicians and spare parts inventory to support customers
Horst Klos / Aaron O’Keeffe
5 James Rochfort Place
Havelock North 4157
Specialists in Plastic Processing Machinery.
NZ’s largest stockiest of ancillary equipment and representing the worlds largest manufacturer -SHINI Plastics Technology.
Injection, Extrusion, and Blow Moulding machines.
Also Importers of Cooling Towers, Water Chillers ( Air, or Water cooled ), Water and Oil Heaters, Bulk Bag systems, Material loading, drying, and Blending, Colour dosers, Conveyors, Robots, and automation machinery ie. IML systems
Granulators, Shredders, and Washing Systems for Recycling.
112A Mays Road
PO Box 12899
Fort Richard specialises in manufacture and supply of microbiology and food safety test systems and consumables. Rapid allergen, pathogen, spoilage organism and ATP sanitation monitoring systems are available ex stock to assist in your plant management and HACCP control. Technical support is assured with 4 in-house professionals from the industry.
Our expertise is available for all food production companies, whether in setting up a simple allergen testing program or implementing a full-scale laboratory capable of testing for Listeria on-site in 16 hours. Time is money, why wait for results?
12 Huia Road
PO Box 22-172
Cawthron Analytical Science is a division of the Cawthron Institute, an independent science research organisation servicing the primary sector. It is an ISO 17025 accredited contract laboratory that has been operating for 50 years, and has a proven track record for quality, analytical excellence and scientific expertise. Cawthron Analytical Science offers the latest in analytical technology, customised services and a rapid response to industry needs. Capability includes: food chemistry, microbiology, aquatic toxins & natural products testing to GMP & TGA requirements. In addition to these routine services, a specialist analytical R&D team are available for customised analytical work and research.
98 Halifax Street East
Private Bag 2
Detectaclean is a leading supplier of metal and X-ray Detectable products used in the production of food, beverage and pharmaceuticals. A comprehensive range of cost effective products are available: Storage and food handling, cable ties, earplugs, disposable safety PPE, safety knives, engineering plastics and a full list of stationery. There is also a huge range of HACCP compliant brushware with antimicrobial resistant and detectable Resin-Set DRS® Technology that helps prevents loss of brush filaments. Detectaclean products can be used in conjunction with the HACCP benchmark; food processors can have every part of their HACCP and hygiene program covered.
532C Grey Street
PO Box 7155
Sherratt Ingredients are a locally owned and operated company that has been serving New Zealand food manufacturers since 1986. We provide custom solutions and trusted ingredients from leading global ingredient companies to New Zealand food manufacturers. Our focus is on bringing together the knowledge and expertise of our local team and overseas partners to help food manufacturers in New Zealand succeed.
This is facilitated through strong values and relationships, excellent service and a market leading product development and manufacturing facilities based in Auckland.
1 Workspace Drive
PO Box 31452
Manufacture and development of beverage products. Flavour Burst sports drinks, milkshakes and syrups to liqueurs, spirits and RTD’s. Distributors of beer and wine kits, Coopers, Muntons, Morgans. Manufacturers of the Brewmaster and Spirits Unlimited. Contract Bottling of miniatures a specialty. Blending, batching and product development. Export of concentrates, hops and ethanol. Suppliers of natural and compound favours to the food industry.
Technical Service, catalogue and ingredient samples available.
8 View Road
P O Box 317111