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  • 16 Oct 2017
    Due to changing market conditions over recent months, we have received price increases for finished steel and stainless steel products…
  • 16 Oct 2017
    New Zealand celebrates Labour Day - All Steel & Tube businesses will be closed for the day.
  • 13 Sep 2017

    STU / NZX ANNOUNCEMENT

    Steel & Tube Holdings Limited today announced that CEO Dave Taylor is stepping down from his role on 22 September 2017. Mr Taylor has been at the helm of Steel & Tube since October 2009.

    Chair Susan Paterson said the Board thanked Mr Taylor for his lengthy and significant contribution to the Company, and wished him well for the future.

    The Board has begun the process of appointing a new CEO. Interim arrangements are currently being finalised and will be announced shortly.

  • 31 Aug 2017
    Our S&T Stainless operation has moved to 28C Jean Batten Drive, Mount Maunganui.
  • 28 Jun 2017
    Down to the wire. The winning entry of this year’s competition correctly guessed the exact weight of ‘Shaun’ the wire sheep displayed at Steel & Tube’s Fieldays site A25…
  • 14 Mar 2017
    S&T Stainless now stocks a comprehensive range of AusPress® copper press fitting and AS1432 tube.
  • 8 Mar 2017
    Blenheim Road customers and suppliers - Please read important site information and see progress video…
  • 9 Jan 2017
    Steel & Tube has today paid tribute to the company’s former CEO Nick Calavrias
  • 5 Dec 2016

    5 Dec 2016

    Statement made by Dave Taylor, CEO Steel & Tube

    We were disappointed to learn that the Commerce Commission intends to prosecute Steel & Tube along with two other companies after the Commission’s investigation into seismic mesh. 

    The Commission’s decision in relation to Steel & Tube relates to the application of the testing methodologies, not the performance characteristics of our seismic mesh. 

  • 3 Oct 2016

    30 September 2016

    Updated

    Steel & Tube has offered an unreserved apology over an incident involving a staff member who parked a company branded vehicle cross disabled carparks at a supermarket in Katikati yesterday (September 29).

    The staff member was on leave at the time and was towing a boat on a trailer.

    Chief executive Dave Taylor said as soon as he heard about the incident, he spoke to the employee concerned and made it clear that the company did not condone the behaviour.

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