Company Overview of Turners Group NZ Limited
Turners Group NZ Limited, together with its subsidiaries, operates as an auction house that operates in the second hand car, truck, machinery, damaged vehicles, and general goods markets in New Zealand. The company operates through three segments: Auctions, Fleet, and Finance. The Auctions segment is involved in remarketing of used vehicles, such as trucks, mobile equipment, damaged vehicles, light commercial vehicles, and prestige cars, as well as commercial goods. The Fleet segment purchases motor vehicles and commercial goods for resale. The Finance segment provides motor vehicle finance and related services. The company was formerly known as Turners Auctions Limited and changed its name ...
Turners Auctions Building
Corner of Penrose and Leonard Roads
Key Executives for Turners Group NZ Limited
Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary
Chief Information Officer
General Manager of Operations North Island
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Turners Group NZ Limited Key Developments
Turners Group Seeks Acquisitions
Nov 18 15
Turners Group NZ Limited intends to make acquisitions. Chairman Grant Baker said: "The business is in a strong position overall ... and we are actively considering merger and acquisition opportunities consistent with our strategy."
Dorchester Turners announces Change of Year End to March 31
Nov 27 14
Dorchester Turners Ltd. have resolved to change its balance date to 31 March, and therefore the balance date for the current year will be March 31, 2015.
Turners Group NZ Limited Recommends Interim Dividend, Payable on September 25, 2014
Sep 24 14
Turners Group NZ Limited the directors have recommended the payment of an interim dividend of 7.5 cents per fully paid ordinary share, against 7 cents fully imputed. The aggregate amount of the proposed dividend expected to be paid on September 25, 2014. The record date is September 18, 2014.
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