Royal Wolf is opening an office in Napier to service the growing demand for container building solutions and portable storage options in the Hawkes Bay area.
The office commences operation on December 1st out of the TIL Freight Napier site at 39 Edmundson St in Onekawa.
North Island Sales Manager Glen Millen says the company is looking forward to getting involved in the local business community and bringing its expertise and products to the region.
“Hawkes Bay is a progressive area and there are a wealth of events and a well established tourism industry that will be able to utilise the wide range of products Royal Wolf can provide,” he says.
Senior Sales Executive Catherine Anderson has transferred from Wellington to Napier to head up the new office.
Royal Wolf Executive General Manager Paul Creighton says the addition of Napier is a valuable new link in the company’s nationwide network of depots.
“What makes Royal Wolf unique is that it uses shipping containers to solve diverse solutions for businesses and individual customers alike.
“Our motto is ‘You can do anything in a Royal Wolf’ and that’s what we do for our customers. We also provide storage solutions and modify containers to whatever the customer wants and needs to fit their unique circumstances.
“That can be anything from a portable kitchen, temporary accommodation for workers, through to architecturally designed offices and a line of refrigeration cubes for the NZ Defence Force.
“Containers are an incredibly strong and solid structure, but they’re also very adaptable as well as being a reasonably priced alternative to more conventional building methods.”
Other notable examples of Royal Wolf projects include its ice cream container factory modification for Auckland-based business Joy Ice Cream, and the company’s main office building in Auckland, which is constructed out of two 40ft and six 20ft containers