Sanderson Machines New Zealand is the world leader in tube perforation technology
Constant innovation. Our policy is to continuously improve upon and re-innovate our products. Through constant testing, development, and redesign, Sanderson Machines remains at the forefront of tube perforation technology. For this reason, Sanderson Machines reserves the right to change specifications or design without notice and incurring further obligations.
A proven track record. With our first machine exported to Malaysia over 20 years ago still running today, and with more than 60 customers in over 25 countries world wide, Sanderson Machines have proven themselves to be a reliable manufacturer and the first choice for some of the largest exhaust and muffler manufactures in the world.
World class precision engineering. All of Sanderson Machines' products are equipped with top quality components which are manufactured to international standards and readily available worldwide. This includes all consumable punches. All machines are designed with servicability in mind no matter where they are based in the world. All machines are made to order from a standard parts list with individual customer preferences noted on order and produced during assembly.
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Sanpro Industries Ltd. have won the Global Gold award for export excellence at the 2016 Wellington Gold Awards. This award recognises businesses who have excelled in export...
31 June, 2016
Sanpro Industries Ltd. have been announced as a finalist at the 2017 ExportNZ ASB Wellington Export Awards in the category of Marsh Innovation in Export.
6 June, 2017
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Sanpro Industries Ltd. were inducted into the Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce Wellington Region Business Hall of Fame, recognising sustained business excellence and signficant contributions to the social and economic fabric of the region [more]
7 July, 2017