Monday, 08 June 2020 12:16

NZ made and proud of it

Written by  Staff Reporters
Sebco Blue stations. Sebco Blue stations.

Fuel Storage Systems are a proud New Zealand based manufacturer.

The award-winning company manufactures Sebco diesel stations, Blue stations (for AdBlue), waste oil tanks and chemical tanks for farms and industry alike.

“Components for our stations, other than some specialised pumping and electronics, are manufactured and assembled here in Ashburton,” explains managing director Ed Harrison. 

“Up to 15 people are involved in the sales, manufacture/assembly and the dispatch areas of the company. You can be assured any business conducted with Sebco is directly supporting the New Zealand economy.”

Harrison believes this so important because: “anyone can import a cheap product of dubious quality, with no compliance to New Zealand regulations”. 

He says there are some products out there that people need to be cautious of. 

“Buying New Zealand made has a direct effect on the welfare of the New Zealand economy,” Harrison adds. 

“We manufacture to the highest standards, are fully compliant, show positive environmental improvements where our products are used. We employ Kiwis to get the job done from start to finish and we’re extremely proud and protective of this.” 

Approved by MPI as an essential service during the recent Covid-19 Level 4 lock down, Sebco were proud to support Kiwis to keep them operating in unusual times. 

“During that time, on several occasions, Sebco Diesel Stations were urgently required on farms, and the company was able to deliver to keep the farmer in fuel and keep the wheels of agriculture turning,” Harrison says. 

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