Nexus Australasia have the exclusive license to manufacture and supply a range of flag and banner installation solutions to predominantly Local Body Councils.
The products are designed to improve community messaging through ease of use, and low cost, low risk operation. Their core product is called FlagTrax.
They are a small business with a high profile in the promotional display industry, with over 2,500 FlagTrax systems installed across both New Zealand and
FlagTrax Lower Cuba Street Wellington.
Nexus’s market was expanding across the region and they needed to establish a relationship with a manufacturing partner that could meet their ongoing
manufacturing requirements. They needed a partner that could not only problem solve but establish a turnkey solution that encompassed the majority
of the supply chain, from the procurement of raw materials, manufacturing of standard and bespoke systems as well as the packaging and dispatching
of finished product to their clients both locally and for their rapidly expanding export market.
Most Nexus projects require a level of customisation so they needed to align with a manufacturer who would provide end to end manufacturing i.e. components,
extrusion, plastics, labels, steel, and packaging and then be capable of cutting, processing, welding, galvanising, powder coating, assembly etc.
Myriad has a wide range of up to date resources from CAD design packages, latest engineering tools and machinery that enhance the production process
and deliver high quality competitively priced products. These include (but are not limited to) robot welder, specialist tooling jigs, digibender,
hydraulic bender, and CNC lathe machinery.
Myriad were able to project manage and coordinate the entire manufacturing process for Nexus. This included dealing with outside contractors and providing
export packaging and delivery directly to the customer. In turn, this allowed Nexus to focus on building their client base, in the knowledge that
the products supplied by Myriad will meet and exceed their clients’ expectations.