Isaac’s staff worked through Easter and ANZAC day – with guys dedicated to achieving the goal of completing a large project for CR Automation.
They worked 7 days a week to complete this job, within the client’s time frame.
It was a proud moment achieving the first milestone – construction of four MCC boards in three weeks.
Isaac’s were committed to the electrical installation to help CR Automation achieve their target.
CR Automation’s task was to design and develop a unique, automated handling machine for New Zealand’s largest kiwifruit post-harvest operation.
The project would not have been possible without the client’s real focus on innovation, research and investment in new technology, said Business Development Manager Daniel Pepper.
“It’s exciting to see our hard work paying off for like-minded businesses, we too are innovative and never afraid to break new ground.
“Isaac’s is proud to work with clients to develop advanced automated machines into the horticultural sector, as we know they are always on the lookout for more efficient ways to do things,” Mr Pepper added.
“Being able to play a part in market leading design and technology that achieves this is a real privilege.”