On the back doorstep of our Kawerau site and with an elevation of 820m, lies Mount Putauaki (or Mount Edgecumbe) – a volcano which became dormant about 1000 years ago. Read more
At Sequal we’re committed to giving more… to our people, to our partners and to the future. Read more
You may have noticed the new words under our logo – Give More – and we can assure you, there’s a very good reason for their existence. Read more
It’s about time we shared with you the meaning behind our new logo. We promised we would and we’re all about keeping our promises so here goes…
We’ve got a young champion upon us… one with incredible resilience and determination and he’s one of our own – a resident of the Eastern Bay of Plenty. And he goes by the name of Caleb Moore…
At Sequal, we are committed to continuous improvement, growing our people and consistently bringing our Give More mantra to life. In order to achieve and progress this, we have introduced to the business 3 pillars of development and have been blown away by our partners who are helping us bring these pillars to life.
We’ve had another momentous occasion this week with the celebration of Brian Koch’s 10 year anniversary at Sequal. He joins Stuart Hazeldine as the second one to achieve this feat. As Yard Manager and one of our directors, Kochee has been an important part of the team since he gave up his dairy farming (and Jockey underwear modelling) to become a sawmiller.
This week at Sequal has been one we’ve been waiting for and one we cannot wait to share with our customers. Over the last 2 years Sequal has been working with Lonza, our key partner for wood protection, to develop the world’s best wood protection system. This has taken a lot of thought, years of testing and significant capital to deliver what we
Exciting times in our neck of the woods this week celebrating Stuart Hazeldine’s 10 year anniversary working for Sequal. Stu has not only been an integral part of our team since 2007 but he continues to give more and more to the business in his Sales Manager role as time goes on. He has contributed a lot to the NZ timber industry for many years and is a great asset to our team.
Shenzhen Angelland provides outstanding care for disabled children with cerebral palsy and their families. Maxim, who make a wide range of children’s wooden toys understand the importance of this community and supports the organisation each year with generous gifts. For Sequal, it’s an honour do our small part to support not only the organisation but partner with likeminded business who have a heart for the international community in which we live work and play in.