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Corinthian excellence opens new doors for JELD-WEN in New Zealand

CORINTHIAN Doors distinguished quality and service has been further recognised in New Zealand after being specified by one of Australia’s largest home building groups, Dixon Homes, which has just entered the New Zealand market.

 “We are delighted we have been specified to supply Dixon Homes Mount Maunganui,’’ says Corinthian Doors New Zealand manager Douglas Stockenstroom.

 “We are pleased Dixon Homes in New Zealand will feature mostly Corinthian Doors and are excited about the new 2013 range that will be made available mid-year that will include a number of innovative door products not currently available in the New Zealand market.”

Mr Stockenstroom says that forming relationships with major group house builders such as Dixon Homes underpins the branch’s strategy of ensuring ongoing supplies right through to the end-users of Corinthian’s quality doors.

It is also expected to strengthen the ongoing relationship Corinthian Doors enjoys with New Zealand’s largest supplier of building materials and hardware, PlaceMakers.

“We remain very optimistic about our long-term relationship with PlaceMakers,” he says.

“Corinthian Doors has an outstanding relationship with PlaceMakers, especially the Mount Maunganui branch previously managed by Wayne Minnell, who is now co-owner of Dixon Homes. This relationship with Wayne Minnell assisted with the Corinthian Door brand being specified by Dixon.”

Wayne Minnell says he is eager to bring to Dixon Homes the strong relationship he has enjoyed with Corinthian Doors New Zealand while with PlaceMakers.

“During our tenure with PlaceMakers we had our own door hanging plant. Corinthian Doors were a great support to both our business and our customers,” he says.

 “PlaceMakers and Corinthian make a formidable partnership. For that reason alone I would use no one else for hanging the doors for Dixon Homes.”

Lee White of PlaceMakers Mount Maunganui says the company’s existing relationship with Corinthian Doors will continue and expand.

“We deal with Corinthian Doors because of the excellent service from time of order to delivery. They are always happy to listen to any issues we have and the company moves very quickly to solve any issues. They are always very approachable right up to the manager,” Mr White says.

“Dixon Homes and Corinthian Doors are future thinking companies who are moving ahead of the times. PlaceMakers wants to be aligned with forward thinking companies.”

10/04/2013 12:00:00 AM - SHAC

Corinthian excellence opens new doors for JELD-WEN in New Zealand

CORINTHIAN Doors distinguished quality and service has been further recognised in New Zealand after being specified by one of Australia’s largest home building groups, Dixon Homes, which has just entered the New Zealand market.

 “We are delighted we have been specified to supply Dixon Homes Mount Maunganui,’’ says Corinthian Doors New Zealand manager Douglas Stockenstroom.

 “We are pleased Dixon Homes in New Zealand will feature mostly Corinthian Doors and are excited about the new 2013 range that will be made available mid-year that will include a number of innovative door products not currently available in the New Zealand market.”

Mr Stockenstroom says that forming relationships with major group house builders such as Dixon Homes underpins the branch’s strategy of ensuring ongoing supplies right through to the end-users of Corinthian’s quality doors.

It is also expected to strengthen the ongoing relationship Corinthian Doors enjoys with New Zealand’s largest supplier of building materials and hardware, PlaceMakers.

“We remain very optimistic about our long-term relationship with PlaceMakers,” he says.

“Corinthian Doors has an outstanding relationship with PlaceMakers, especially the Mount Maunganui branch previously managed by Wayne Minnell, who is now co-owner of Dixon Homes. This relationship with Wayne Minnell assisted with the Corinthian Door brand being specified by Dixon.”

Wayne Minnell says he is eager to bring to Dixon Homes the strong relationship he has enjoyed with Corinthian Doors New Zealand while with PlaceMakers.

“During our tenure with PlaceMakers we had our own door hanging plant. Corinthian Doors were a great support to both our business and our customers,” he says.

 “PlaceMakers and Corinthian make a formidable partnership. For that reason alone I would use no one else for hanging the doors for Dixon Homes.”

Lee White of PlaceMakers Mount Maunganui says the company’s existing relationship with Corinthian Doors will continue and expand.

“We deal with Corinthian Doors because of the excellent service from time of order to delivery. They are always happy to listen to any issues we have and the company moves very quickly to solve any issues. They are always very approachable right up to the manager,” Mr White says.

“Dixon Homes and Corinthian Doors are future thinking companies who are moving ahead of the times. PlaceMakers wants to be aligned with forward thinking companies.”