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Fulton Hogan
Fulton Hogan has a long history of operations as one of the founding contracting businesses in New Zealand. More recently, Fulton Hogan has extended its operations into Australia and is rapidly growing a presence and reputation as a major contractor who delivers what they promise.
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Well Connected
Well Connected Alliance has been tasked with constructing an infrastructure development that ranks as the largest roading project ever seen in the country.
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Viterra
Viterra has operations in North America, Australia, New Zealand and China. The Regina, Saskatchewan-based company is organised as three business units including an agri-products business that, among other things, makes and sells fertilizer.
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OI
Since 1922, O-I New Zealand (O-I NZ) has supported the local food and beverage industries – particularly New Zealand’s renowned wine industry. Today, the facility employs around 250 people and consists of three furnaces and six production lines which produce almost 200,000 packed tonnes of glass products or around 665 million containers each year.
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Ballance Agri-Nutrients
Ballance Agri-Nutrients is a co-operative organisation owned by Kiwi farmers. Its purpose is to help customers farm more productively, profitably and sustainably through providing fertilisers that will help achieve soil and animal nutrition and productivity with minimal environmental footprint.
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Waste Management
Waste Management is New Zealand’s leading provider of waste disposal services. Its purpose is to collect, transport, treat, recycle, recover and dispose off residential, commercial, and industrial waste.
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Fulton Hogan: Quarry Hopper
Fulton Hogan is a leading organisation within the construction industry, with more than 80 years’ experience in the transport, water, energy, mining, civil construction and land development infrastructure in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific.
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St. James Theatre
Latham Construction has been assigned restorations of one of Auckland CBD's historic buildings. Built in 1928 and designed by architect Henry Eli White, the St. James Theatre is one of the New Zealand's buildings with special or outstanding historical significance and value.
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