Paper and Forest Products
Company Overview of Waimea Sawmillers Ltd
Waimea Sawmillers Ltd. manufactures and supplies timber products for residential and commercial sectors in Asia, the Pacific, Australia, and New Zealand. The company offers timber framing packages, including solid timber and glulam lintels in Douglas fir and Pinus Radiata; engineered wood comprising finger jointed and glulam products for indoor and outdoor uses; and outdoor timber products for fencing, outdoor framing, and house piles. It serves home and building owners, architects, merchants and builders, engineers, and merchant and construction companies. The company was founded in 1951 and is based in Nelson, New Zealand. Waimea Sawmillers Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Gibbons Group.
9 Beatty Street
PO Box 7004
Founded in 1951
64 3 547 5621
64 3 547 6375
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