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Mitre10 Hardware and Garden Supplier of the year 2013

For Immediate Release

20 August, 2013

Kiwicare Corporation Ltd- Mitre10 Hardware and Garden Supplier of the year 2013

Christchurch based Homecare Company, Kiwicare has been named Mitre10 Hardware and Garden Supplier of the year at Mitre 10’s recent award ceremony.

Kiwicare CEO Matthew O’Brien was delighted to receive the award on behalf of the Kiwicare team.

“This is recognition of the complete team effort that our staff put into our service delivery and product development”.

“In a marketplace where we compete shoulder to shoulder with some of the world’s most recognisable brands we have to continually innovate to stay ahead, to be recognised by Mitre10 only enhances our belief that kiwi companies can build products and deliver services that NZ consumers value”

Acting Mitre10 CEO Grant Fraser is pleased to congratulate Kiwicare Corporation.

“These awards recognise the important role our suppliers play for Mitre 10, by providing all the products our customers love”.

“Mitre10 prides itself on meeting the needs of the country’s DIY enthusiasts and trade professionals and our suppliers are instrumental in helping us to meet these needs.”

“Competition for the supplier awards is tough as Mitre 10 works with over 400 suppliers all who do an excellent job.”

“Our suppliers are vital to our business and so we are pleased to be able to recognise and thank them for delivering exceptional products and service through these awards.”

Kiwicare Corporation design and manufacture products in the pest control, garden and lawn care and outdoor cleaning market.

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