Loading... Please wait...

Categories

our newsletter

(09) 579 2007   sales@thode.co.nz

Account Navigation

  • Wish Lists
  • My Account
  • Order Status

News

New Site for Thode Auckland

Posted


After many years at Station Road Thode has moved to 14 Penrose Road. We now have all operations housed in a modern high stud building which brings a bright and airy workplace.

Our Showroom, Customer Service Counter and Sales Staff are now all located together on the ground floor giving a great customer experience.

Call in and meet the team with your product and servicing needs.

Factory Overview

How sawdust is worth $500,000

Timber mill uses wood waste to flip $1m loss into $500,000 profit.A Rotorua-based timber "super mill" is generating its own electricity in amounts sufficient to power a town the size of Whakatane.The Red Stag Timber Company, which annually processes more than one million tonnes of logs at its Waipa mill, is using its waste wood as renewable fuel rather than trucking [...]

Read More »


EP Cutter Announcement

                                                               Customer AnnouncementWe are very pleased to announce that We Can Precision Engineering have purchased the Woodworking division of Eric Paton LtdThode Knife and Saw have been appointed the sole distributors of Fingerjoint Tooling & EP Cutters previously manufactured by Eric Paton.With this joint initiative you will also have better access to high quality engineering services including bedplates, collars, sleeves and [...]

Read More »


Niagara Sawmilling Delighted with Iseli RZ1

After being faced with the proposition of losing a Saw Doctor and not many candidates available, Ken Richardson, Managing Director of Niagara Sawmilling in Invercargill, looked at investing in machinery to fill the gap this would leave.He had been aware that Craig Pine, who are close by, had reduced their Sawshop numbers after getting an RZ-1 and that was his goal.After settling [...]

Read More »


End of an Era

After 34 years as Manager and CEO of Thode Knife & Saw, Jim Hoyle has decided it is time to retire from full time employment. Jim has been instrumental in the substantial growth of Thode Knife & Saws’ business in Australasia over the past years.Jim would like to thank the loyal customers, many of whom [...]

Read More »




Back to Top