ENZED began life in New Zealand in the mid 1970’s and expanded into Australia in 1981, with the intention of providing a comprehensive hose and fitting service system across all industry sectors. At the time, the hydraulic hose and connector replacement industry operated in a very traditional manner. Machinery and equipment came to a stop with hose assembly failure, which required removal and identification of the damaged part, access to replacement parts and then reassembly.
The ENZED solution was to develop comprehensively equipped service centres and then to take service to our customers via mobile hose shops that can make up virtually any replacement hose assembly quickly, reliably and cost effectively on site.
Today, ENZED HOSE DOCTOR®’s are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and our service is second to none.
Hydraulic boom maintenance for all terrain and rough terrain cranes can often become an afterthought amidst busy work schedules. As TADANO discussed in “Rough Terrain Crane Maintenance and Extreme Working Conditions,” maintenance schedules can often even be accelerated if a crane is working several shifts around the clock.
This is even more important with the pinning style booms that use location sensors and requires more precision than conventional cable extend and retract boom systems.
A voidable transaction is where a liquidator can recover payments up to two years prior to a company going into liquidation. This meant that sub-contractors who had been paid for work could have that money recalled by the liquidator under current law.
Sub-contractors took this to the Supreme Court and today the judge ruled in favour of the sub-contractors.
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Passing of Rex Pollock
It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Rex Pollock of Pollock & Sons Crane Hire Ltd yesterday morning. Our condolences go out the Cheryl and the family.
The funeral is to be held on Saturday 14 February at 1.00pm at the ASB Arena in Tauranga.
2015 will see the removal of the Health and safety in Employment Act and the introduction of the Health and safety at Work Act (HSW Act). The HSW Act was introduced into Parliament in March 2014. It is currently before Parliament’s Transport and Industrial Relations Committee, which is considering public submissions.
The seminar will ne held as follows:
Date: Friday 13th March
Where: Taupo Great Lake Centre Theatre
Time: 10.00 am - 2.00pm.
The host is Brian Gibson, Chair of the Taupo Business Safety Forum and Occupational Health and Safety Consultant. Speakers include the Ministry of Business and Innovation and WorkSafe NZ
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Hiab to Launch Largest Loader Crane
Hiab has announced the launch of its biggest loader crane to date - the 90 tonne/metre X-HiPro 1058
When fitted with a jib the 1058 offers a maximum radius of 34.5 metres and a height of 38 metres, making it well suited for lifting heavy and bulky materials. Read more:
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