TSNZ Ltd

  • TSNZ was formed in 2007 and specialises solely in the hire and sale of purpose designed and built excavation shoring equipment. TSNZ has developed solutions for open pit shoring as well as trench shoring.
  • TSNZ has proprietary mechanical shoring systems, sourced through Krings International France (KIF), which are manufactured in Germany by specialist manufacturer LTW.
  • In addition, since early 2013, TSNZ offers hydraulic brace and sheet shoring sourced from specialist MGF UK Ltd.
  • The experience TSNZ has gained since 2007, and it’s sole focus on excavation shoring, has positioned the company as New Zealand’s market leader in the field.

Locations

TSNZ’s head office and yard is located in Auckland, at 306 Neilson Street, Onehunga. In Christchurch TSNZ has a yard and office at Unit B1, 198 Springs Rd, Hornby, Christchurch 8041.

Equipment Sales

Trench boxes, manhole boxes and trench sheets are available both new and refurbished. Some new equipment is carried in stock but for large orders lead time for supply of new equipment from Europe is typically four months. Re-furbished trench box equipment is available for sale from time to time, which is usually available within a week ex Auckland.

For slide rail purchases sufficient lead time is required as this equipment is manufactured to order in Europe. GRiPSHORE is stocked by TSNZ in Auckland in limited quantities. For large orders GRiPSHORE will need to be shipped from the UK which will require a lead time of approximately 10 weeks.

Design and Support Services

TSNZ provides support to customers for:

  • Shoring design and advice for general and specific applications, including site specific temporary works designs
  • Training in the safe and efficient use of the systems
  • Site support from TSNZ personnel

View the Safety section of www.shorenz.co.nz for information about shoring regulations.

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Updates

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