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NZ company a world leader in level correction

NZ company a world leader in level correction

Level correction is often thought of as a time-consuming process and regularly creating a substantial mess, both in and around the structure being re-levelled. Not so with Mainmark Ground Engineering, who specialise in non-invasive, non-disruptive technologies that can be applied to a variety of problems, from minor structure subsidence to level correction of an entire building. The company leads the world in developing the most advanced and accurate technologies, in particular techniques ...
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New company can help you get your life back!

New company can help you get your life back!

Phones driving you (or your wife) mad? Invoicing and quoting taking up too much time? GST and bookkeeping stealing your evenings? A newly-established company can remove these issues for you. Imagine getting up in the morning and turning on your smart device and seeing all your jobs scheduled, spending your day doing the jobs without constantly having to answer the phone, having quoting/invoicing done on-site in minutes, and having your accounts in order and GST and PAYE done. You can get home ...
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Mitre 10 footing it with trade supply leaders

Mitre 10 footing it with trade supply leaders

Written By: Andrew Darlington Historically, Mitre 10 has had a strong base in the DIY market but, at the same time, had a number of stores around the country that performed well in the trade arena. Building Today editor Andrew Darlington spoke to Mitre 10 chief executive John Hartmann about the strong growth phase the group has gone through in recent times.
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Repair company after new franchisees

Repair company after new franchisees

Top Repairs is a New Zealand-owned company that deals with the high quality repair of all types of commercial or domestic benchtops. Their franchisees can repair almost any benchtop damage, including: • burns and blisters (smaller than a fingernail to a 300mm diameter burn) caused by a hot saucepan, frypan or wok, or even a faulty appliance that catches fire, • scorch marks and stains that can be re-coloured, • small chips, cuts and scratches, shallow or deep, long or shor...
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