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Due to a few technical issues some people may not have received the last issue of Road Rave. If you missed out and would like to read Road Rave - September click here.

The issue includes information on CSP Pacific’s Multiple Function Poles, the NEW MASH Max-Tension™ Terminal End, NEW Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Protector and articles on retrofitting existing lighting polesNu-Guard® PVB® Steel Guardrail system completes seismic protection and more.

The summer holiday period is fast approaching and below you can find our holiday operation timetable:

CSP Pacific's Christmas hours
 

Location
 
Service Closes Reopens

Christchurch
 
  All

 
  20th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Hire
 
  20th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

Auckland
 
 
 

 

  Please note Auckland hire will be on call during the holiday period, except for public holidays.
  

  Manufacturing
 
  18th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Customer Services
 
  20th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Despatch
 
  18th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Please note a skeleton staff will only be in operation from the 6th January 2020.
  

Galvanising services for new orders and specialist products will be available from 13th Jan 2020.

Remember to plan ahead if you require products early in the New Year.
 
For help with your Christmas orders call customer services on 0800 655 200.

I hope you enjoy the November edition of Road Rave below.

Kind regards,

Neil Watson
Head of CSP Pacific
 

Exciting NEW Traffic Management products from CSP Pacific Hire:
 

New - 100w Portable Solar Light

Our range of concrete base portable solar lights enables you to adjust your lighting as your project site changes for safety and an optimal work environment.

  • Two wattage options: 30W (LED) and 100W (LED)
  • Poles are hot dipped galvanised
  • All-in-one compact unit
  • The solar panels are set to capture maximum exposure
  • Both the solar panel and the LED light have easy clip attachments for ease of assembly. 

Read more >

Portable Solar Light

NEW – Solar Light Trailer (Portable)

Designed to meet the rigours of heavy use, the Solar Light Trailer offers a simple, affordable solution to portable solar lighting.
 
With four 100W lighting units that can individually be directed, this Solar Light Trailer has no engine to maintain and is environmentally friendly, quiet and durable. Presented on a solid foundation it utilises renewable energy and is suitable for a variety of applications on your worksite.

Read more >

NEW – Portable Traffic Light Compact

The Portable Traffic Light Compact (PTL Compact) provides a quick, simple solution for controlling traffic but more importantly, operators are kept at a distance and safe from traffic in temporary work zones.
 
The PTL Compact is easy to transport, lightweight and can be set up and operational in three simple steps. It only requires one person for set up and operation and can be controlled effortlessly via handheld remote, with no pairing required.

Read more >

Portable Traffic Light
Max Tension

Max-Tension- slim and sleek

A major slip about 10kms north of Taihape on the country’s main arterial route SH1 in September has resulted in the installation of CSP Pacific’s new Max Tension™ Terminal End.

Read more >

New road, rail line and guardrail for Lyttleton Port

The slim, sleek profile of CSP Pacific’s Nu-Guard® 31 Guardrail system has been used at Lyttelton Port for the Back Road Realignment project to create as much space as possible and enable the creation of a second, much needed rail line.

Read more >

Nu-Guard® 31 Guardrail
Neil Watson

What's happening at CSP Pacific

New products, a full strength team and a strong focus on providing solutions to many of the problems our customers experience on a day-to-day basis ... there’s a lot going on as we look forward to 2020.

Read more >

Meet Steve Silby - CSP Pacific's new National Specification Manager

Steve recently joined the CSP Pacific team from Laminex New Zealand and plays a critical role moving forward to assist both direct customers and engineers with future projects and how we can offer the products needed to make them a success.

Read more >

Steve Silby
 
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November 2019 View in your browser
Due to a few technical issues some people may not have received the last issue of Road Rave. If you missed out and would like to read Road Rave - September click here.

The issue includes information on CSP Pacific’s Multiple Function Poles, the NEW MASH Max-Tension™ Terminal End, NEW Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Protector and articles on retrofitting existing lighting polesNu-Guard® PVB® Steel Guardrail system completes seismic protection and more.

The summer holiday period is fast approaching and below you can find our holiday operation timetable:

CSP Pacific's Christmas hours
 

Location
 
Service Closes Reopens

Christchurch
 
  All

 
  20th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Hire
 
  20th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

Auckland
 
 
 

 

  Please note Auckland hire will be on call during the holiday period, except for public holidays.
  

  Manufacturing
 
  18th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Customer Services
 
  20th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Despatch
 
  18th Dec 2019   13th Jan 2020

  Please note a skeleton staff will only be in operation from the 6th January 2020.
  

Galvanising services for new orders and specialist products will be available from 13th Jan 2020.

Remember to plan ahead if you require products early in the New Year.
 
For help with your Christmas orders call customer services on 0800 655 200.

I hope you enjoy the November edition of Road Rave below.

Kind regards,

Neil Watson
Head of CSP Pacific
 

Exciting NEW Traffic Management products from CSP Pacific Hire:
 
CSP Pacifics MFP
 

New - 100w Portable Solar Light

Our range of concrete base portable solar lights enables you to adjust your lighting as your project site changes for safety and an optimal work environment.

  • Two wattage options: 30W (LED) and 100W (LED)
  • Poles are hot dipped galvanised
  • All-in-one compact unit
  • The solar panels are set to capture maximum exposure
  • Both the solar panel and the LED light have easy clip attachments for ease of assembly. 

Read more >

 
Max-Tension
 

NEW – Solar Light Trailer (Portable)

Designed to meet the rigours of heavy use, the Solar Light Trailer offers a simple, affordable solution to portable solar lighting.
 
With four 100W lighting units that can individually be directed, this Solar Light Trailer has no engine to maintain and is environmentally friendly, quiet and durable. Presented on a solid foundation it utilises renewable energy and is suitable for a variety of applications on your worksite.

Read more >

 

 
NEW - Vulnerable Road User (VRU) Protector
 

NEW – Portable Traffic Light Compact

The Portable Traffic Light Compact (PTL Compact) provides a quick, simple solution for controlling traffic but more importantly, operators are kept at a distance and safe from traffic in temporary work zones.
 
The PTL Compact is easy to transport, lightweight and can be set up and operational in three simple steps. It only requires one person for set up and operation and can be controlled effortlessly via handheld remote, with no pairing required.

Read more >

 

 
Retrofit maximises the use of existing lighting poles
 

Max Tension™ - slaim and sleek

A major slip about 10kms north of Taihape on the country’s main arterial route SH1 in September has resulted in the installation of CSP Pacific’s new Max Tension™ Terminal End.

Read more >

 
Nu-Guardآ PVBآ
 

New road, rail line and guardrail for Lyttleton Port

The slim, sleek profile of CSP Pacific’s Nu-Guard® 31 Guardrail system has been used at Lyttelton Port for the Back Road Realignment project to create as much space as possible and enable the creation of a second, much needed rail line.

Read more >

 
Nu-Guardآ Steel Guardrail System
 

What's happening at CSP Pacific

New products, a full strength team and a strong focus on providing solutions to many of the problems our customers experience on a day-to-day basis ... there’s a lot going on as we look forward to 2020.

Read more >

 
CSP Pacific Christchurch is on the move
 

Meet Steve Silby - CSP Pacific's new National Specification Manager

Steve recently joined the CSP Pacific team from Laminex New Zealand and plays a critical role moving forward to assist both direct customers and engineers with future projects and how we can offer the products needed to make them a success.

Read more >

 

 

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