Northland, New Zealand (PressExposure) April 04, 2012 -- New Zealand's steel building industry is growing at a phenomenal rate, and in a bid to service customers country-wide Wide Span Sheds is looking to employ more agents.
According to Wide Span Sheds' national sales and marketing manager, the future looks bright for the steel building supplier.
"Even with the uncertainty of our current economic climate the shed industry has experienced growth and we want to build a much more prominent presence in New Zealand.
"Basically, we want to chat with other like-minded business owners and look at forming a strategic partnership. This method has proven effective for us in the past and we look forward to growing our network of agents nationally," explained Mr Folwell.
Having watched the New Zealand division transform into one of the country's leading suppliers of steel buildings, Mr Folwell said that the company's growth is a testament to the quality of their buildings and expertise of the professionals they have working for them.
"We're really happy with our team of steel building experts. They not only understand the nature of our buildings, but they also have a thorough understanding of the local council requirements.
"In most cases we offer the full service - from the supply of the steel buildings, through to assistance with council approval and helping find the right builder for any application," Mr Folwell said.
Wide Span Sheds has a large range of steel building solutions, and supplies to three major market segments - rural, industrial and residential.
Their buildings use quality BlueScope Steel and in most cases can be customised in terms of length, height and span to best meet their customers building requirements.
Wide Span Sheds are looking for motivated individuals who would like to tap into an effective business opportunity, by selling their range of domestic, rural and industrial buildings. If this sounds like you, then please contact them on 0800 94 33 77.
For a full viewing of their products please visit their website at http://www.sheds.co.nz.