Wired up for farm­ing

Matamata Chronicle - - Rural Delivery -

AMATAMATA cou­ple who run a suc­cess­ful elec­tri­cal con­tract­ing busi­ness in Mata­mata are about to open a branch in Te Aroha.

An­drew and Lynne Arts are trans­form­ing a build­ing on Te Aroha’s main street – that has pre­vi­ously been a movie the­atre, a bank, a pizza par­lour and a cafe – to be­come the new branch of their busi­ness, Elec­trico Ltd.

The branch, at 181 Whi­taker St, opened on Mon­day, March 25, and will pro­vide prod­ucts and ser­vices es­sen­tial for lo­cal dairy farm­ers, life­style block own­ers, busi­nesses and house­holds.

Prod­ucts will in­clude dairy farm­ing sys­tems and com­po­nents from Waikato Milk­ing Sys­tems, a com­pany built in the heart of the Waikato.

Water pump brands will in­clude Grund­fos, Bianco, Dab, Zenit and CNP, and the branch will stock WEG elec­tric mo­tors and other prod­ucts.

Ser­vices will in­clude milk­ing ma­chine and pump in­stal­la­tion and main­te­nance, elec­tri­cal con­tract­ing and power tool sales and ser­vice.

An­drew and Lynne Arts have been in busi­ness for more than 20 years, and see the Te Aroha branch as an op­por­tu­nity to serve a wider part of the Waikato com­mu­nity.

They say work­ing with Waikato Milk­ing Sys­tems is cru­cial, as the com­pany has a range of prod­ucts and ser­vices vi­tal to the farm­ing com­mu­nity.

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