Weekend Herald

Starke opens door to new licensees


Starke are the movers and shakers in the aluminium joinery business, developing a specialist factory in Wiri where they have fine-tuned the process.

This factory is now over-trading due to huge demand in the Auckland market and they are looking for licensees to duplicate the model in West Auckland, East Auckland, North Shore and Pukekohe.

Here is your opportunit­y to build a real business that will pay a salary and still push out a healthy bottom-line profit. You do not need to be from the industry – the licence comes with full training and support including sales training, quotation systems, marketing training and production training and advice.

They will help find your factory location and advise on layout and machinery. They are doing it themselves and are perfectly positioned to help you get up and running. You will be privy to a range of pre-existing supplier relationsh­ips and specificat­ions.

A Starke licence gives you a real foot up into the industry and makes it possible to get a strong, healthy business under way in a relatively short period of time. In their team they have the skill, experience, and knowhow to guide you to success.

With more and more land being opened up in Auckland for developmen­t, there is a huge demand for these products going forward.

If you enjoy a fun, fast-paced business this is well worth a closer look and with setup costs starting around $300,000, this is very much an affordable opportunit­y.

Contact: JD Hyslop, 021 377 569; Nick Stevens, 021 641 978

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Starke’s Whangarei Girls’ High School project.

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