HRL (ASX:HRL) to Perform Hazardous Material Surveys for Chorus (NZ)
HRL Holdings Limited (ASX:HRL) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, OCTIEF Limited (NZ), has been awarded a significant contract by Chorus New Zealand Limited (Chorus) to carry out hazardous material surveys across its extensive property portfolio throughout all of New Zealand.
Chorus is New Zealand’s largest fixed line communications infrastructure company owning, operating and maintaining an open access network predominantly made up of local telephone exchanges, cabinets and copper and fibre cables.
OCTIEF Limited (NZ) will conduct surveys across a range of remote telecommunication assets located in both the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
These works follow on from the first stage survey program which was successfully completed in March 2016.
HRL are very pleased to be working with Chorus again and look forward to the safe and successful delivery of this project. Laboratory sample analysis will be undertaken by HRL’s subsidiary, Precise Consulting and Laboratory Limited, allowing the HRL group to keep the entire process in-house, ensuring both quality and efficient turnaround times.
Being engaged by Chorus for this next stage of works reinforces the HRL Group as being one of the leading hazmat consulting and laboratory service companies in New Zealand and Australia.
HRL continues to build its reputation as a service provider by consistently delivering safely executed projects, on time and to budget which add value to our clients.
As part of its strategy, HRL continues to execute its marketing strategy of aggressively targeting government and large corporate based projects in both Australia and New Zealand as these contracts: demand the higher levels of service and reporting that the HRL Group are known for; are of a scale that smaller “cut price” operators cannot service; and provide consistent revenue in an industry which has volatile demand from the private sector.
For further information contact:
Investor and media: Mr Steven Dabelstein CEO
Ph: +61 405 770 166
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