• Thursday, December 13, 2012 - 17:45

    Steel & Tube continues to rationalise and strengthen its facilities around the country. Most recently, our Nelson operation consolidated its three existing sites into a single new facility. The larger site offers a greatly enhanced level of customer service and now houses all our Nelson-based steel, reinforcing, fastening and stainless steel businesses previously distributed across the three former locations.
  • Tuesday, December 11, 2012 - 09:53

    Steel & Tube is helping to bring a little colour and life back to Christchurch city’s vacant blocks as part of our on-going commitment to the earthquake recovery effort. Gap Filler is a charitable trust that aims to temporarily reactivate Christchurch’s post-quake vacant sites with creative projects for the benefit of the community.
  • Thursday, December 6, 2012 - 17:35

    Steel & Tube has made a major investment in new equipment to expand its plate processing service capability and deliver a wider range of processing options to our customers. Our new Peddinghaus high-speed plate processor offers plasma or oxy-fuel cut components, plus CNC drilling, machining, tapping, part marking, countersinking, milling and several other services.
  • Thursday, December 6, 2012 - 17:20

    Steel & Tube’s new nationwide supply chain introduces a range of enhancements to benefit customers. Over the past 12 months, Steel & Tube has invested in a new nationwide supply chain structure, which builds on our existing skill base and brings in new expertise and systems to provide better levels of service and a greater experience for customers when purchasing products.
  • Sunday, December 2, 2012 - 17:25

    The winners of Steel & Tube’s inaugural Workplace Safety Awards were announced at an awards dinner held in August. The Safety Awards programme was launched in 2011 by Dave Taylor. The first awards were presented at a prestigious new annual prize-giving event to recognise individual or team commitment to Health & Safety.
  • Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 18:51

    Steel & Tube is proud to sponsor the Wellington regional competition of WorldSkills New Zealand in 2012.New Zealand is one of 52 countries to take part in an international skills competition where young people from across the globe compete to become the best in their chosen skill.The best young tradespeople from around the country compete in eight regional skills events for a place in the New Zealand national competition...

  • Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 18:48

    Steel & Tube’s latest roofing product underwent a rigorous battery of tests before it was ready to be released onto the market. ST963 roofing profile is quite different to traditional high-rib roofing profiles. Its design enhances strength to resist stresses at the top of the rib and the concave web increases buckling resistance and contributes to increased bending stiffness.
  • Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 18:44

    Hamilton’s new car museum embodies Steel & Tube’s One Company principles and demonstrates that our new focus delivers tangible results to customers.

    Eighteen months since its launch, Steel & Tube’s One Company operating model has revolutionised the way the organisation thinks about its customers’ needs. The changes provide customers with a simple one-stop-shop where they can access the company’s entire product range from a single point of contact.

  • Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 17:09

    Steel & Tube has provided a large volume of high-quality roofing, cladding and reinforcing steel products for the construction of Fisher & Paykel Healthcare’s new high-tech premises in Auckland. As well as standard steel products, the diversity of Steel & Tube’s product range means we could fulfil some of the project’s more demanding requirements.
  • Thursday, September 20, 2012 - 15:03

    A Steel & Tube product has been selected for one of the most challenging environments in the country – the Maui B oil and natural gas platform.

    Located 35 kilometres off the Taranaki coast on the Maui gas field, the platform is a harsh marine and industrial environment, and the platform’s equipment must be able to withstand extreme conditions.