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Sandhills Pacific Opens Office Location In New Zealand

Sandhills Pacific Opens Office Location In New Zealand

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand, Dec. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Sandhills Pacific announces the grand opening of an additional office location in Christchurch, New Zealand, along the east coast of the country's south island. Sandhills Pacific primarily distributes print magazines and operates websites connecting buyers and sellers of farm and agriculture equipment, heavy machinery, and commercial trucks and trailers. The company is actively recruiting for internships and full-time sales positions as it turns focus to supporting the substantial growth of its products and services throughout the Pacific Rim and beyond.

Sandhills Pacific is a subsidiary of Sandhills Publishing, the Nebraska, USA-based tech company behind such brands as Machinery Trader, TractorHouse, Truck Paper, and Sandhills' print publications and websites are the go-to resources for buying and selling farm and agriculture equipment, commercial trucks and trailers, plant equipment and heavy machinery, rigging, lift, and aerial equipment, as well as parts and attachments for these assets. Fortnightly and weekly editions of its print publications are distributed to buyers at key distribution points in markets all over the world; listings appearing in these publications are also posted online to the corresponding websites with local domains for each title-helping buyers source the equipment they need quickly and easily.

In Australia, Sandhills Pacific distributes regular editions of Machinery Trader Australia ( ), TractorHouse Australia ( ), and ( ) (recently acquired and now powered by Truck Paper Australia), in addition to operating corresponding websites for each. In New Zealand, listings for farm and ag equipment, heavy machinery, and commercial trucks and trailers are combined into a fortnightly print publication called MarketBook (online at ).

In addition to providing print and online resources for advertising equipment directly to buyers in these markets, Sandhills Pacific also offers its advertisers a suite of cloud-hosted business apps and resources that simplify everything from inventory management to equipment valuations and market trends powered by real-time market data. Many of these products and services are available as an added value through a user-friendly interface called the Sandhills Cloud. Sandhills also builds and hosts websites and mobile apps for dealers and manufacturers large and small, and provides ongoing service and support through reps that regularly visit customers in person.

"Local offices enable us to better serve buyers and sellers in markets all over the world," explains Sandhills Publishing's Chief Administration Officer Nancy Paasch. "This additional office location in New Zealand is no exception. It builds on the success of our products and services in the region, and supports our ongoing commitment to service."

Sandhills Pacific and Sandhills Publishing are actively recruiting in Christchurch, Brisbane, Sydney, and at offices worldwide for nearly 400 open positions. Openings in Christchurch include both full-time sales positions and internships. For more information or to submit an application, visit

About Sandhills Pacific
Sandhills Pacific was established in 2012 as a subsidiary of Sandhills Publishing. Headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, Sandhills Pacific also has offices in Sydney, Australia and Christchurch, New Zealand. It serves buyers and sellers in the construction, agriculture, commercial trucking, and aviation industries across the Pacific Rim and beyond.

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