Distribution in New Zealand

08.05.2014

"For Tapflo Group this is an important step in our expansion in Oceania and New Zealand is a really important component in our growth strategy for the region", says Hakan Ekstrand, CEO of Tapflo in Sweden.

Since 1995 HCD Flow Technology has been supplying quality hose, couplers, pumping equipment, rubber products, and conveyor belts to the NZ market. The people at HCD Flow Technology pride themselves on offering the highest levels of technical support and service available in NZ.

"HCD Flow Technology has 7 branches located in Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Nelson, Mt. Maunganui, Christchurch and Dunedin with distributors in every region of NZ and many Pacific Islands", says Vaughan Smith, Product Manager at HCD Flow Technology in Christchurch.

Source: Tapflo AB

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