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New Zealand’s largest temporary fencing sales and hire company, GHL today announced three new temporary fencing products added to their hire range. These innovative products help meet the new health and safety standards for sites whilst giving easy access to workers and equipment on the site.
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During my travels the other day I spotted this temporary fence that had fallen over during what I’d describe as the first of a wet windy Winters Day. This fence was lying flat on the ground covering a driveway. Why did this fence fall over and cause a safety breach on this construction site?
http://ghlgroup.co.nz/blog/no-not-one-our-fences
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Importing Products can be a nightmare!
Just over 10 years ago GHLgroup was the first to import Temporary Fencing products into New Zealand and we've certainly learnt at lot of costly lessons the hard way.
The biggest lesson has been: Certification means nothing!!!
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In the Temporary Fencing world you'll find...
* Certified Galavanised to NZ Standard 42 Microns when tested can be as low as 10 - 15 Micons!
* Certified Frame wall thickness of 2.0mm thick can be 1.8mm or even less if you cut open the Horizontal Bars!
How do we know? We've developed processes and procedures to verify that the specifications of our products are what we ordered. But I've seen many a shipment landed in NZ thats not and then to make it worse the importer genuinely thinks its correct when it's not!
www.GHLgroup.co.nz
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The "GHL Group 4 BDA Mk1 Escort" in its new livery. First outing after the rebuild at the Ruakaka St Sprint this Sunday.
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"Not all Temporary Fencing is Equal"
When purchasing Temporary Fencing, quality is important and One key element is the UV Treatment of the Plastic Shell for Concrete Filled Feet. These photos grahically illustrate the difference in standards...
Photo 1 - A GHL TempFence Foot approx the same age, manufactured in Melbourne to the UV standards needed for the NZ market.
Photo 2 - This foot was imported by a competitor and is approx 3 years old and UV Treated? We think it was Orange?
www.ghlgroup.co.nz/temp-fence-sales
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2016-04-06
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With a "Weather Bomb" approaching you'll find a lot of Temporary Fencing down around Auckland but hopefully not ours and there will be a common theme. The fences lying on the ground will be all Steel Feet, no Concrete Feet or Shade Cloth without Bracing!
Its weather like this that makes the extra work we put into building our fences with a mix of Concrete Feet and Bracing all worth while.
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2016-03-22
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Starting this Friday 18th March 2016 and continuing over the weekend is the North Shore Home & Garden Show 2016. We think this photo graphically illustrates the amount of work that goes into the set up considering we only fenced of the perimeter yesterday and by 10am Friday it will be open and packed full of exhibitors.
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Huge effort Saturday Morning by the GHL TempFence Team, 1km Temporary Fencing Installed in under 4 hours at the Auckland Domain.
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2016-02-28
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We Hire & Sell Temporary Fencing
585m of Sold Equipment loaded and ready for Delivery.
Just a small part of the days activities as today the team will Deliver or Pick Up in excess of 3.5 km's of Temporary Fencing = aprox 77,000 kg's of Equipment and fill another 250 x Concrete Feet.
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