08/11/2015 Liebherr opens new Sales and Service Centre near Auckland
Under the motto "Committed to Your Success", Liebherr New Zealand relocated its operations to the new Sales and Service Centre at East Tamaki near Auckland in May 2015. The official opening ceremony was celebrated on Friday the 31st of July 2015 and was attended by numerous customers and other guests. Liebherr uses this location to serve customers and potential clients locally.
The brand new facility has just been purpose built and enables Liebherr to provide their customers with excellent service. The premises include a spacious workshop with internal gantry crane, a wash bay and a large spare parts warehouse. The branch covers 1,000m² of office and workshop space and has a yard of 1,600m².
The ceremony was attended by over 70 customers, guests and Liebherr staff. Several machines were exhibited, including Liebherr’s unique fuel-efficient wheel loaders and Liebherr’s market leading mobile cranes. The festivity was held under a German beer garden theme including a colourful buffet with local delicacies and a raffle.
About Liebherr in New Zealand
Liebherr New Zealand was founded in 1993 as a fully owned subsidiary of Liebherr-Australia Pty. Ltd., which was established in 1981 in Adelaide (South Australia). As a member of the globally active Liebherr Group, the company is responsible for the sale and service of Liebherr mining equipment, earthmoving equipment, deep foundation machines, mobile and crawler cranes in Australia and New Zealand. Today, Liebherr-Australia Pty. Ltd. and Liebherr New Zealand employ more than 700 members of staff, with facilities in Adelaide (South Australia), Sydney and Singleton (New South Wales), Perth and Newman (Western Australia), Melbourne (Victoria), Brisbane and Mackay (Queensland) as well as in Auckland, Matamata and Christchurch (New Zealand).
Liebherr is planning further investments in Australia and New Zealand in the years ahead. Liebherr-Australia Pty. Ltd. has recently opened a remanufacturing centre for components and a new warehouse and logistics centre at the Adelaide site.