Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search


New president for Scaffolding and Rigging association

22 August 2012

New president for Scaffolding and Rigging association

Chris Douglas, managing director of Northland Scaffolding, has been elected as the new president of Scaffolding Access and Rigging New Zealand (SARNZ).

He succeeds Graham Burke in the role with the professional association which represents the majority of scaffolding companies throughout the country.

Mr Douglas began his career in sales management in the building industry before launching his own roofing company in Whangarei in 1998 and Northland Scaffolding in 2002. He sold his roofing business in 2008.

He has been a member of SARNZ since 2003 and was elected to the executive three years ago.


© Scoop Media

Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines


Stats NZ: Quarterly Inflation Rising Steadily Across The Board

Higher prices for transport and food have driven up inflation for the all households group in the June 2021 quarter, Stats NZ said today. The ‘all households group’ represents all private New Zealand-resident households... More>>

Stats NZ: Primary Products Push Exports To A New High

New Zealand exports reached a new high in June 2021, off the back of record export values for logs and beef, Stats NZ said today. In June 2021, the value of all goods exports rose... More>>

Energy: New Zealand Could Be World’s First Large-scale Producer Of Green Hydrogen

Contact Energy and Meridian Energy are seeking registrations of interest to develop the world’s largest green hydrogen plant. The plant has the potential to earn hundreds of millions in export revenue and help decarbonise economies both here and overseas... More>>

Statistics: Household Saving Falls In The March 2021 Quarter

Saving by New Zealanders in the March 2021 quarter fell to its lowest level in two years after rising sharply in 2020, Stats NZ said today. Increases in household spending outpaced income growth, leading to a decline in household saving from the elevated levels that prevailed throughout 2020... More>>