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Tony Te Au Appointed to InZone Industries Ltd

10th September 2013


Tony Te Au Appointed to InZone Industries Ltd

Tony Te Au has been appointed Chief Executive Officer for InZone Industries Ltd – the integrated polyester insulation manufacturer and installer based in East Tamaki. Tony was formerly the General Manager of Tasman Insulation Ltd.

Tony Te Au’s appointment represents a restructuring of InZone Industries to gear itself for further growth. He will be charged with leading manufacturing, marketing and sales management teams to improve processes, gain efficiencies and further unite the company. Te Au replaces two current senior roles; that of Managing Director - Sales & Marketing (Tony Snushall) and Managing Director - Manufacturing (Paul Vujcich) who will both continue to be involved in the business as directors and owners.

“Tony Te Au has the experience, relationships and passion to make our vision for InZone a reality. We are looking forward to welcoming him on-board on October 1st” says Tony Snushall.

"I am very excited to be joining InZone Industries” says Te Au. “The company has established itself as a major player in the industry, and I look forward to contributing to its further success. The insulation industry has undergone massive change in recent years with greater awareness of the importance of insulation, strong economic growth and a surging construction sector. InZone is well positioned to continue its growth, with quality products, respected brands and dedicated people."

About InZone Industries Ltd

• InZone Industries Ltd was formed in 2012 following the merger of InsulPro Manufacturing Ltd with Smart Energy Solutions Ltd. InZone Industries is owned by the founders of the two businesses in conjunction with Maui Capital.

• The founders of InsulPro Manufacturing Ltd pioneered the use of polyester insulation in New Zealand creating soft, non-itch, non-toxic insulation for homes & buildings using fibres from recycled plastic bottles. InsulPro’s products are marketed under the NOVAtherm, NOVAfloor, NOVAhush and Mammoth Insulation brands.

• Smart Energy Solutions has been one of the leading insulation installers as part of EECA’s Warm Up New Zealand Heat Smart programme. The company is also a leading marketer of heat pumps, ventilation systems, LED home lighting and other energy saving solutions.

• InZone Industries employs 206 people in its InsulPro manufacturing facilities in East Tamaki and Milton along with its regional Smart Energy Solutions branches.

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