Sequal were pleased to start the year with an opportunity to give toys as gifts to about 40 children in the Shenzhen Angelland Disabled children Caring Center, China.
The opportunity was developed in partnership with Maxim, a large toy manufacturer in China and customer of Sequal Lumber.
To support Sequal’s growth strategy new log infeed equipment was installed over the Christrmas and 2016 new year break. This exciting new machinery will enable the mill to run much faster and more efficiently. Check out the other photos…
In Sept we announced that we’re undertaking a significant log infeed upgrade this summer. Well, we’re pleased to update that everything is on track and the new equipment has begun to arrive, ready for install over the Christmas break.
Sequal is proud to support the work of The Manawahe Eco Trust.
The Manawahe Eco Trust was formed to manage the community’s interest in improving biodiversity in native forest within the Manawahe Ecological Corridor. It is a registered Charitable Trust and currently has five Trustees partnered with voluntary support from local community members.
Our customers are growing numerous wood based industries across the globe. They are on the forefront of product and service innovation and are working diligently to grow sustainable and profitable enterprise.
New Zealand’s radiata pine is one of the world’s most versatile softwoods – an ideal material for a wide range of commercial applications. The timber’s status as a good quality, multi-application resource has been endorsed by a comparison with 13 North American timbers. All have similar characteristics and uses.
Sequal welcomes Clinton Boyes to the team.
International demand for Sequal’s unique custom cut lumber is driving investment into both plant and people.
Lean Manufacturing is centered on making obvious what adds value by reducing everything else. Lean Manufacturing is a management philosophy derived mostly from the Toyota Production System.
Have you ever wondered what China does with our pine? How they treat it, what they make with it? Have you considered how much of our furniture comes from China? In this blog we’ll cover off why the Chinese love our New Zealand pine and what radiation has to do with it.