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

 

Advanced Security Announces Security Supplier of the Year

Advanced Security Announces Security Supplier of the Year


ADVANCED SECURITY

ANNOUNCES SECURITY WHOLESALE

ADVANCED SECURITY SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR

Advanced Security Group is pleased to announce Security Wholesale as its ‘2015/2016 Supplier of The Year’.

The award recognises Security Wholesale’s contribution over the past year to Advanced Security with all suppliers having been evaluated across a number of areas. Evaluation areas include readily available product stock, sales, technical support, product delivery, accuracy of invoicing/documentation and working proactively with the business.

Advanced Security Group CEO Mike Marr said “This is an opportunity for us to acknowledge what our suppliers achieve and it is great to have suppliers such as Security Wholesale who provide great support to our business and our customers.”

Security Wholesale was the overall nationwide winner achieving the highest score across all key areas.

Runner ups were electrical wholesaler JA Russell and Gallagher Group, another two great suppliers who constantly strive to deliver great service.

Advanced Security wishes to congratulate these suppliers and their staff for their excellent contribution and thank all suppliers for their continued commitment to the business.

ends

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Primary Sector Council Report: Vision To Unite The Primary Sector Launched

Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor has welcomed the release of a bold new vision for the country’s vital food and fibre sector. More>>

ALSO:

Crown Accounts: Treasury HYEFU Sees Deficit Then Rising Surpluses

An operating balance before gains and losses deficit of $0.9 billion is forecast in the current year, before returning to a small surplus in 2020/21 which then grows to reach $5.9 billion (1.5% of GDP) in 2023/24. More>>

ALSO:

Fuels Rushing In: Govt "Ready To Act" On Petrol Market Report

The Government will now take the Commerce Commission’s recommendations to Cabinet...
• A more transparent wholesale pricing regime • Greater contractual freedoms and fairer terms • Introducing an enforceable industry code of conduct • Improve transparency of premium grade fuel pricing... More>>

ALSO:

Reserve Bank Capital Review Decision: Increased Bank Capital Requirements

Governor Adrian Orr said the decisions to increase capital requirements are about making the banking system safer for all New Zealanders, and will ensure bank owners have a meaningful stake in their businesses. More>>

ALSO: