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Agricultural Structures
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Sporting Arena and Park Structures
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Ezy-way Wire Strainer

 

Welby Systems Group

the Welby Systems Group



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Education
Covers & Shades
education covers and shades


Agricultural
Covers
stock and feed covers,shades and houses


Horticultural
Houses
hot houses, growing houses and shade houses

 

Specialised
Structures
Specialised covers and shades


Sporting
Structures
Specialised covers and shades


Residential
Products
Carports, deck & patio covers, gazebos, hot houses, shades houses

 

Welby Systems Ltd is a family owned manufacturing inventive company situated in Auckland in the North Island of New Zealand.

The company designs, manufactures and installs small to large kitset and fully erect greenhouses, covers, carports and shed structures for domestic and commercial clients. Welby Systems markets its large range of products to horticulture growers, home owners, local authoritieseducational institutions and commercial businesses.

Welby Systems is the inventor , manufacturer, and distributor of the Ezy-way Wire Strainer made from Aluminium and Nylon, winning the National Fieldays award for Design, Performance, and application in 1977.

Established, and expanded over 20 years, with partners in New Zealand and overseas, and continuing to give loyalty and service to these industries.

Welby Systems sell direct to the end user from their Auckland Head Office.

Head Office

Welby Systems Limited
5/115 Great South Road
Otahuhu
Auckland
New Zealand

PO Box
Otahuhu
Auckland
New Zealand

Phone: +64 9 270 0871
Fax: :+64 9 270 0871
Mobile:+64 274 733 581

Email: welbysystems@xtra.co.nz

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