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Quality Austrian machinery from Felder now available in NZ

Quality Austrian machinery from Felder now available in NZ

W & R Jack Ltd has announced its representation of the Felder Group agency for New Zealand, including the Felder, Format-4 and Hammer brands. Jacks has provided woodworking machinery and service for nearly 70 years, and takes pride in its independence from machinery suppliers, allowing it to hand-pick quality machinery suited to New Zealand working conditions. Jacks sales manager Simon Hornby — who worked at Felder in Austria, Britain and the United States for several years — ex...
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New Product development a key driver

New Product development a key driver

New product development is a key driver for Nulook, and the company believes it has delivered with the Highbook Louvre. Nulook is introducing a louvre suitable for residential and commercial applications, and offers designers, developers and the home owner meaningful features and benefits. The range provides protection from the sun, rain and wind. Along with increased privacy, the product enhances the visual appearance of commercial building facades and residential homes with exterior design el...
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