About Vertec

Vertec is a new name for an all ready long standing business.
Originally known as Mullan and Noy (being first introduced into New Zealand in 1919) with its core business being foundry and wrought iron fabrication, having seen many changing faces and work sites adapted through many guises to become where we are today.

Some adaptations include Hamilton Precision Engineering, Mullan and Noy Stevenson group and Superior Pak New Zealand all the while staying true to engineering through general and precision machining, and design and fabrication to the waste industry.

Why Vertec?

Vert is Green in French & Tec is an abbreviation of Technology - so together Vertec means Green Technology

  • The name Vertec refers to our place in supporting the recycling and waste management industry.
  • Vertec also describes of vision of a greener more sustainable future and the influential role that it can take in leading across all industries, ecosystems and the planet for a better tomorrow.
  • Vertec's primary purpose is to provide technologies and tools to sustain the use of resources in our earth, water and air.

Local Supporters

Vertec proudly support Fraser Tech and Melville Rugby Clubs and each year we also support the Prostate Cancer Foundation's national awareness campaign: Blue September

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Our History

  • Mullan & Noy

    Business started as Mullan and Noy - first introduced into New Zealand in 1919 with its core business being foundry and wrought iron fabrication.

    Mullan and Noy

  • Hamilton Precision Engineering

  • Mullan and Noy Stevenson Group

    STEVENSON HAMILTON LIMITED

  • Superior Pak New Zealand

    SuperiorPak Logo

  • Pro-Deck

    Vertec purchased Pro-Deck in ...

    Pro-Deck

  • Specialised Products Manufacturing Engineers

    Vertec purchased Specialised Products in ...

    Specialised Products Manufacturing Engineers

  • Rosswood

    Vertec purchased Rosswood in May 2016

    Rosswood