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Community & Events | NZWOOD & I-Built on the move to new premises

We have out grown our current warehouse and distribution yard and from Monday the 14th of September we will be operating out of our new yard at 149 Kerrs Road, Wiri.

There will be some short term disruption for our engineered timber customers as we move our two cut-up operations.The saws and machinery will be relocated this Thursday and Friday (10th & 11th September). Orders that we have in the system will not be affected.New orders received this week may be delayed by 3-4 days.We intend to be fully operational by Tuesday the 15th September.

Our plywood and MDF business will not be affected by the move.

The new facility is nearly double the size of our current warehouse. It has full turnaround capability for truck and trailer units, as well as room for under cover loading and unloading of trucks.The new facility allows us to bring our plywood and engineered timber business back under one roof and will enable faster loading, dispatch and delivery to our customers.The new location is close to both the Southern and South Western Motorways.

Our phone numbers are changing (we will redirect calls for a period of time), the new numbers are as follows:

Office Phone:09-268-6540

Office Fax:09-268-6539

Delivery / Pick up Address:149 Kerrs Rd, Wiri, South Auckland

The mailing address remains unchanged: PO Box 13647, Onehunga, Auckland 1643.

Thank you for your support,

Bill Blackmore

Managing Director

New Zealand Wood Products Limited

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