Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Success Stories

Success Stories

Celebrating the achievements of our members and ourselves!
We reprint below a selection of profiles of our member organisations that have featured in 'Business Plus' magazine.
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​SnapComms is a self-funded, privately owned business that has grown from small beginnings.
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Hydraulink’s new facility at Auckland’s industrial suburb of Penrose was opened by PM John Key last month – who cut a hose instead of a ribbon for the first time in his life.
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Spidertracks, an aviator’s best friend: the really black box
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AMS Group’s driver training safety courses are now available at seven VTNZ vehicle testing stations in Auckland.
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Acoustic panel manufacturer Asona celebrated its 10th birthday this year with a growing future in focus.
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