Australian Hardware Journal June 2022

 

TIMBER UPDATE June 2022

Federal Member for Bass, Bridget Archer recently visited Timberlink’s manufacturing facility at Bell Bay for the unveiling of a new world-class Green Mill Vision Scanning System.

 

TRADING TOOLS IN A TUMULTUOUS MARKET

CSS (Construction Supply Specialists) continues to experience strong demand under easing COVID constraints due to healthy activity within the building and construction industries. Hand, power and trade tools remain popular off the back of this strong demand.

 

RUDD INDUSTRIAL – W.A.’S ‘GO-TO’ FOR INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES

Rudd Industrial is unlike most independents in that it has developed into an expansive, ‘go-to’ B2B supplier servicing businesses throughout the Western Australia engineering and mining sectors, with the majority of its sales channelled through its extensive Welshpool warehouse.

 

MITRE 10 MT WELLINGTON OPENS INSPIRATIONAL GARDEN CENTRE

While most of New Zealand’s hardware stores struggled just to keep up with online orders and drive through pick-ups throughout COVID lockdowns, Mitre 10 MEGA Mt Wellington (Auckland) spent its lockdown time wisely.

 

HBT REUNITES IN SPECTACULAR STYLE

The Hardware and Building Trader (HBT) National Conference kicked off with a bang as suppliers and members began the three-day event with an extravagant ‘Back to the Future’ themed awards lunch held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on May 3.

 

NATBUILD MEMBERS BACK TOGETHER WITH RECORD TRADING RESULTS

Great news awaited Natbuild’s members as they gathered at their long-awaited national conference held at Brisbane’s Emporium Hotel from May 16 to 17, with the group reporting record sales over the past two years.