05 June 2020

A word from Neil … June 2020

Changing the way we work

It has been testing times for everyone over the last few months including the team at CSP® but we are back on deck in force and hope that all our customers and the engineering community have come through these difficult times safely.

Lockdown saw CSP® supply many essential service customers who worked through the month. My thanks go to the CSP® team members who were willing to leave their bubbles to help keep these essential works running.

Our team quickly adjusted to the new way of working and Microsoft Teams has now become a regular tool for us to use going forward. We managed to avoid any embarrassing moments being caught on camera and it was great to see the occasional baby or toddler on screen - in-between business discussions.

Exciting new products

During this time we took the opportunity to firm up an exciting road map of new systems and products, for all areas of our business, which will come online during the next 12 months.

Firstly we are excited to introduce the new Margaretelli Aesthetic Barrier system out of Italy. This system looks stunning and will truly enhance both the safety and aesthetics of any environment.

As you will be aware NZ Transport Agency has confirmed a 1st July implementation date for new MASH compliant wire rope designs. Watch this space over the next few weeks as we proudly announce our new wire rope system to the market. Our team has been working hard to deliver this new solution and we are eager to present it to everyone.

Looking forward

As we all wait for the Government to release more details on new infrastructure spend and the pipeline of work for the next few years, CSP® is positioned well with good stocks on the ground in New Zealand for any new barrier work that is released.

Building our team

Finally, we’d like to welcome Chris Silcock, Area Sales Manager, South Island for CSP®, to the team. I have known Chris for many years and am very happy he has joined our team to take care of our customers in the South. Feel free to make contact with him directly if you haven’t yet crossed paths.

Until next time ...

Neil Watson