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DTZ Creates Largest Plant And Machinery Team

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15th Oct 2004


DTZ creates largest Plant and Machinery team

DTZ New Zealand has announced an expanded team to provide New Zealand¹s largest specialist Plant and Machinery Valuation service.

The company's present plant and machinery valuers, Basil Roberts, Peter Todd, Ian Shaw and Ewan Forbes have been joined by Tony Pratt, Ross Bailey and Rob Slater from the former Rolle Knight Frank team and now offer unequalled expertise and experience to clients.

With more than 100 years of combined experience they can assist with a wide range of services including depreciation analysis, financial reporting, market and insurance valuations.

Their expertise spans many business sectors including dairy, food and beverage, health and education, forest industries, energy, communication, hospitality, meat, fish, metal products, mining, rail, petrochemical, plastics, printing, and territorial authorities.

This broad range of capability will be in demand across the Asia Pacific region and the team available to undertake the largest assignments.

DTZ is the only company to provide this service nationwide with offices in 9 locations throughout New Zealand. Tony Pratt is the National Manager of the new team and will be based in the Wellington office, enquiries can however be address to all DTZ offices nationwide on 0800 105 262.

Background: DTZ New Zealand, one of New Zealand¹s largest property services companies, is a multi-national multi-disciplinary company with DTZ internationally offering over 8,000 staff operating from 193 offices in 43 countries.

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