Wired up for farming
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.