2017 March Newsletter



We've had lots of changes over the past few months with new staff and a new machine. We're also proud to share, a story of the work we do with our long term customers, Haden and Custance.


Haden & Custance get their Daisy Chain Rollers

“The project came to us with extremely tight time frames requiring us to source specialist raw materials from China and having them urgently air freighted to us. This was a great option as the cost of airfreight was surprisingly cost effective,” says Mark Wilson, Director Myriad Engineering.

Read the whole story.


Staff Changes

We've had a few staff changes over the past few months, saying farewell to Cliff and Brano and adding two new staff.

Meet Jono and Tatsu:

Jonathan Kauhega 

Known on the factory floor as Jono, he's now moved into the diverse role of Logistics Administrator where he'll be managing our stock, deliveries, packaging and more. Jono has extensive experience in this area and we look forward to seeing him put his mark on this role.

Tatsunori Imabeppu

A recent arrival from Japan, Tatsu, has also joined our team. He's currently on a working visa and, judging by his work so far, we hope to support his application to make his stay in NZ a permanent one!

Tatsu is programming the CNC Lathes and Mills and with the departure of Brano, will be increasingly involved in setting and programming our CNC’s.


Who You Gonna Call/Email!?

Along with some of our recent changes, we thought it would be timely to give you an update on who your best point of contact is:

Orders, delivery enquiry, general enquiry    - Daniel Tily  danielt@myriadengineering.co.nz or orders@myriadengineering.co.nz
Requests for quotes, larger job pricing etc. - Roger Ellingham              rogere@myriadengineering.co.nz or quotes@myriadengineering.co.nz
Accounts enquiry, invoices etc.                   - Fiona Wilson  fionaw@myriadengineering.co.nz or accounts@myriadengineering.co.nz


New Machine – Prototrak Lathe


We've got a brand new delivery! Introducing our Prototrak Lathe machine. This machine will assist in our lower volume and prototype work, enabling us to manage these projects more efficiently. Right now, we’re enjoying mastering its operation and learning its capabilities.