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Panelised Facility


The Directors of ZCAP are proud to announce the upcoming planned construction of a purpose built 36,000m2 panelised facility to help provide a solution for the housing shortage that is currently being experienced in New Zealand.

Upon completion of this facility ZCAP will be capable of producing between 1700 – 4000 fully completed homes per year. To achieve this our facility will include three fully automated assembly lines that will be producing floor panels, roof panels, external wall panels and internal wall panels.

ZCAP endeavors to have this facility fully operational by 2020.

ZCAP is currently working on ensuring that our houses will be produced from 100% sustainable materials. We are currently able to guarantee that approximately 90% of the materials used will be sustainable.

More details will be released in due course.

ZCAP Limited

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