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Electrical Business Wins Big at Laser Business Awards

Electrical Business Wins Big at Laser Business Awards


Local Business, Laser Electrical Riccarton has been selected from 54 Laser Electrical members from around New Zealand scooping up two Business Awards at the Laser International Conference held in the Gold Coast last month.

Laser Electrical Gold Award for Business of the Year
Laser Electrical Gold Award for Outstanding Growth

Laser Electrical Riccarton has been operating in Canterbury for over 20 years. Originally trading as Calverley Electrical Services Limited they joined the Laser Electrical group in 2000.

“Steve Calverley, Laser Electrical Riccarton’s Managing Director runs a very successful business and has put in place plans to develop his business which has resulted in this growth. Steve is a great Business Manager and leads a focused team, which has had results; he has a clear direction and goal in mind and this year’s achievements reflect this. Steve now has a much larger team and is continuing to expand, and this has been a key factor in the company’s decision to relocate to new purpose built premises at 14 Nga Mahi Road, off Blenheim Road at the end of September.” says General Manager of Laser Group, Scott Carr.

“We would like to congratulate Laser Electrical Riccarton and their team for such a tremendous effort and are proud to have them as part of the Laser Family”.


Steve says “We are blown away to receive these awards! 2014 has been a very busy year for our team and everyone has performed outstandingly and we really appreciate this acknowledgement. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our staff for their hard work and dedication; and to our customers for their support and loyalty as we truly couldn’t have achieved such a result without them.”

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