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Tristyle Industries - Prefabricated Houses

Tristyle Industries - Prefabricated Houses Part Of The Government Jobs Machine

The Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton will be visiting one of the first examples of a high growth business that Industry NZ is supporting as part of its drive to help businesses realise their potential.

Mr Anderton will be announcing details of this Industry New Zealand supported project that is:
 Creating jobs
 Creating high value exports
 Adding value to raw product

Photo opportunity

Time: 1.30 pm (speech 1.45)

Date: 7th November 2000

Venue: Tristyle Industries Ltd
Sylvia Park Business Centre
286 Mt Wellington Highway
AUCKLAND

This is also an opportunity to meet the Craig Boyce, the Acting Chair of Industry New Zealand.
Craig Boyce has been the Chairman and / or Chief Executive of Smiths City since 1990, and is the Deputy to Christchurch's Mayor on the Christchurch City Mayoral Forum which is regenerating central Chistchurch. Mr Boyce has significant board experience, including directorships of Advanced Foods Ltd, Christchurch City Holdings, TVNZ, and The Power Company.


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