|About||Mainland Fasteners is a privately run business based in Christchurch servicing predominately the South Island as well as selected businesses in the North.|
Mainland Fasteners is a privately run business based in Christchurch servicing predominately the South Island as well as selected businesses in the North.
Three of the owners worked for a privately owned fastening business which was sold to a private group specialising in fasteners and steel. It was later on sold to Steel and Tube.
During this period one more of the owners joined the industry. After many years it was decided that we could do better than what the corporate world of fasteners offered and have more control over the direction of the company in response to customer demand.
Having many years of experience looking after selected clients warehousing means that short supplying or overstocking is not an issue-testimonials can be provided if required.
Questions will always be asked about sizes which are questionable as to the use in your business
Mainland Fasteners Owners Experience
Catharine Cairns - Accounts Manager 26 years
Simon Mechen - Storeman, Salesman, Branch Manager 24 years
Brendon Cairns - Storeman, Salesman, Branch Manager 26 years
sixteen including owners.
Ensure sufficient stock is available for same day collect/dispatch of goods.
Every scheduled courier run we endeavour to process and dispatch all orders present in the warehouse.
If needed, customers can order before a run knowing it will be dispatched.
Giving quality advice to our customers to help their business operate in an efficient manner.
The owners of the business possess between them over 70 years of experience.
The years of knowledge gained through dealing with failures, incorrect application of the product to specialist applications where specific products need to be sourced are not something every company possesses - Mainland Fasteners does.
How does this help you?
Being a privately run business we can ensure the products you specifically need, can be catered for: no head office dictating stock level