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NZ Hardware Journal's September 2021 Digital Edition is now live to read online, download and share, free of charge.
Who's been moving and shaking so far this month at the NZIOB, the NKBA, Parapine ITM, MATES in Construction, and Build People?
NZ Hardware Journal's June-July 2021 Digital Edition is now live to read online, download and share, free of charge.
Who's been a-moving and a-shaking so far this month at Sika NZ, Kärcher and Natural Habitats?
The end of May sees movers & shakers at PlaceMakers, KnK Architectural Hardware and Royal Wolf.
Capping off April's movers & shakers, we have changes to report at Buy NZ Made and Aalto Paint.
New faces at ITM, new GM for Appliance Connexion and Waikato NZCB gets a new President.
NZ Hardware Journal's April 2021 Digital Edition is now live to read online, download and share, still free of charge.
We find out why former Bunnings Trade Manager, Des Bickerton, has taken over the reins of the ITM stores in Warkworth and Mangawhai.
Our latest movers & shakers include changes at Build People, Ox Tools and Enveloped.
News, features & interviews - NZ Hardware Journal's February 2021 Digital Edition is live to read online or download.
February's movers & shakers include changes at Bunnings, MATES in Construction and Winstone Wallboards.
NZ Hardware Journal's February 2021 Digital Edition is now live to read online or download.
Over the past few months, Bunnings has appointed three new leaders to its New Zealand business.
Official: experienced former Grove Mitre 10 Trade GM, Simon Burden, will head up the BuildLink group.
NZ Hardware Journal's Dec 2020-Jan 2021 Digital Edition is now live to read online or download.
December's first movers & shakers are with Red Stag, MATES in Construction and the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
In advance of NZ Hardware Journal's print edition, our November 2020 Digital Edition is now live to read online or download.
In advance of NZ Hardware Journal's print edition, our October 2020 Digital Edition is now live to read online or download.
Movers & shakers so far this month at PlaceMakers, Simpson Strong-Tie, the Construction Sector Accord, Daikin and Engineering New Zealand.
In advance of NZ Hardware Journal's print edition, our September 2020 Digital Edition is now live to read online or download.
Movers & shakers so far involve HIANZ, BRANZ, NZIST, Fletcher Building Concrete and Red Stag Timber.
Mike Craig is the NZ Certified Builders Association's new Chair with Ian Chamberlain the new Vice Chair.
Mitre 10 has just announced two key C-level appointments to its executive leadership team.
ITM's Supply Chain division has been further strengthened with two new faces.
John Sneyd is the new General Manager of the Building Systems Performance branch at MBIE.
Sticky people? May's movers & shakers include comings & goings at Selleys and Sika...
Former Mitre 10 NZ chief John Hartmann is leaving True Value in May after 7 years as CEO to be COO at Bed Bath & Beyond.
David Christensen has been appointed to the role of National Sales & Channel Manager, replacing industry doyen, Jerry Hirst.
Who's been moving and who's been shaking in the hardware channel so far this month?
The acting GM of Building Systems Performance will be Anna Cook, lately of Customs.
Current hardware GM Merch, Annette Welsh, will succeed the 10-year CEO at the end of April.
Key movers & shakers in the hardware channel so far in 2020 involve MBIE, Bunnings and WorkSafe.
Who's been moving and who's been shaking so far this month?
Scaffolding specialists Staffy have a trio of movers & shakers this month.
New faces and roles at Build People, the Building Industry Federation, Futurebuild LVL and more...
Who are this year's top apprentices? And who's been shaking at Selleys, NZ Retail, PrefabNZ and Royal Wolf?
Just announced: Mitre 10 recruits new CEO from Supercheap Auto.
We caught up with MiTek NZ’s Richard Poole on his retirement after 43 years with the company.
Who's been moving & shaking at the Commerce Commission, James Hardie, Mitre 10 and Simpson Strong-Tie?
Our first movers & shakers for the month are at Riviera Group, Kingspan Insulation, Engineering NZ and SYSPRO.
To start the month, we have many key changes at companies from Alsynite One to Mitre 10, from PSP to PrefabNZ and beyond...
Who are the new faces at Service IQ and the EMA?
Who's been a-moving and a-shaking this week? People changes at Bosch Power Tools, ITW Proline and ATNZ.
New faces in specialist recruitment and in the world of property professionals.
In the news: changes at the top for James Hardie Industries, B&Q and Screwfix.
The first movers & shakers of the month are at Allegion, Greenstone Group, Selleys and Windsor Brass.
July brings us two more more movers & shakers at Winstone Wallboards...
Jerry Hirst returns to Winstone Wallboards and Brett Murray takes over at Site Safe.
News of new people at Allegion, Damar Industries, Fletcher Building, Lockwood and Toolware Sales.
May's movers & shakers include new faces at Easy Access and at MBIE's Kiwibuild unit.
The first comings & goings for the month of May are at BuildLink, Lowe's, Royal Wolf, TWG and Wesfarmers.
Two new faces at Bosch Power Tools...
More March movers & shakers, amongst Mitre 10's Member Principals, at Engineering NZ, the Commerce Commission and Service IQ.
The first March movers & shakers are at Allegion, Bosch, Mitre 10 MEGA Rangiora, and Steel & Tube.
Familiar faces reappear at Simpson Strong-Tie and Fletcher Building Distribution...
There's been moving and shaking at Cemix, Firth, Methven, Ravensdown and Mastercard.
This month's crop of incomers are from Autex, Canam, Holmes, James Hardie NZ, Rust-Oleum and NZGBC.
This month we have moving & shaking from IBS, PSP, Resene, STIHL and Steel & Tube.
Gardena welcomes a newcomer while Selleys celebrates a long service...
Movers & shakers for August so far include changes at: Gardena, Mico, Fulton Hogan, Caroma & CARTERS.
We remember Noble Bardell, who passed away peacefully in his sleep aged just 65 in late May.
Interim CEO is International Division CEO Franco Irazusta but the search is on for permanent replacement.
This month we have news of changes at Ampelite, Bosch Power Tools, Sistema and Opus.
Ex Foodstuffs, Jules Lloyd-Jones is the co-op's new General Manager Marketing starting late July 2017.
May brings us a second, bumper crop of top movers & shakers.
New faces and news from Mitre 10, Toolware Sales and more are among the latest movers & shakers.
Our March movers & shakers are at ITW Proline and Alsynite.
February's movers & shakers are at EECA, Apex Tool, Sutton Tools and Laminex NZ.
November's movers & shakers include SCNZ and changes at the top at EECA.
Who are the latest movers & shakers at GWA Bathrooms & Kitchens, MSL and PSP?
Strong sales, interesting trends and emerging technologies is making plumbing an exciting space to be in.
From NZ Hardware Journal in August 1996, we pick out some of the most interesting people.
Who are the movers & shakers at Athena and Clearlite and at Miles Nelson?
Updated: News of new personnel and changes at AHM, Simpson Strong-Tie and Bostik.
We look at ITM’s first quarter century through the eyes of its three custodians who have steered the group to date.
News of new personnel and changes at GD Rutter, Jaeco, Manners and Allegion.
Have we reached a tipping point? Who's spending most? And what do the professionals think?
News of personnel at Alsynite, Laminex, Masport, Schneider, Selleys and the NZ Green Building Council.
Some of the most recent movers & shakers in the hardware channel.
Mitre 10 has announced two senior appointments to its Executive Leadership Team following a thorough search of the marketplace and having considered some highly talented internal candidates.
Some of the latest hardware channel movers & shakers for the month of September.
Big name fastening products continue to do well in New Zealand’s robust construction market but the wave of knock-offs also shows no sign of letting up – much to the chagrin of the major players. What else is afoot? Growth certainly, but where? Jess Brunette reports.
The construction industry continues to climb up from the slump but predicted labour shortages are beginning to show themselves. Jess Brunette reports.
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