Media

Washing Plant Video

Drone footage showing the first trial run of our Cedar-Rapids washing plant after installation was completed.

Articles

U.S. investment sets up Southland quarry for expansion

A Southland quarry looks set to double in size with a $1.7 million New York investment.
Wholly American-owned Fairfield TIR New Zealand Ltd. has invested $1,725,163 in Invercargill company Southern Stone & Timber Ltd.

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Wanaka building wins national titles

Staff members from Queenstown's Amalgamated Builders were celebrating yesterday after taking out two titles at the second annual New Zealand Commercial Building Awards at the weekend.

(Our Awaura White and Ebony pebbles were used in the flooring of this project. Pictures of the floor are on our gallery page in the building section.)

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Helping hand turns southern pebbles into gold - Article about our beginnings

An American company's investment has given a helping hand to one Invercargill couple who have set up a thriving export business despite the worldwide recession.

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A booming export market for decorative aggregate

Southern Stone & Timber was registered by John and Kim Drain of Invercargill in 2005 with the vision of providing decorative aggregate products. Peter Owens visits a unique quarry in the deep south that has secured a global market for decorative aggregate, thanks to an American friend and businessman.

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