Merry Christmas from Online Distribution
2020 has certainly been a year no one will forget any time soon but, for us here at Online Distribution, we have chosen to take from it a lesson in resilience and perseverance, and view it as an opportunity to learn what is important to us both personally and as a company. Click here to […]
Christmas and New Year Hours – December 2020 / January 2021
Office Hours Our offices will be closed on all statutory holidays, with a skeleton staff available between Christmas and New Year. Accounts Department Our Accounts Department will be closed from midday on 24 December 2020 and re-open on 6 January 2021. This closure will affect the timeliness of our December invoices, which will be […]
A step towards sustainability
Online Distribution is very proud to have taken a step forward in sustainability this month with the installation of solar panels on the roof of our Port Hills Road warehouses in Christchurch. The 280 panels, installed by the team from Sunshine Solar, are expected to generate significant electricity to power the three warehouses and the […]
Auckland freight delays
The serious structural damage caused to a bridge support on the Auckland Harbour Bridge late last week has forced the closure of four lanes for an indefinite period. Both north and southbound lanes are affected. Our freight partners have advised that there are likely to be significant delays to freight and courier deliveries during this […]
Covid-19 Update – 22 September 2020
The Prime Minister announced further changes to New Zealand’s Covid alert levels yesterday. Auckland will move down to Covid Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm on Wednesday, 23 September, with a further review on Monday, 5 October. The rest of country has now moved to Covid Alert Level 1. We will continue to provide distribution services […]
Covid-19 Update – 17 August 2020
The Prime Minister has announced that the greater Auckland area will remain at Covid Alert Level 3 and the rest of the country at Covid Alert Level 2 until 11.59pm on Wednesday, 26 August. To see the precautions we have put in place, please see our News Post of 12 August 2020.
Covid-19 Client Operations at Alert Level 3 (AKL) and Alert Level 2 (CHC)
Last night the Prime Minister and Director-General of Health advised that there would be a change from the current Alert Level 1 across New Zealand to Alert Level 3 for the greater Auckland area and Alert Level 2 for the rest of the country due to the suspected transmission of Covid-19 in the Auckland community. […]
Hub and Flex Leasing – the new hot desking?
Five years ago, the new “it” way of working was hot desking – having a multi-purpose space for employees to collaborate with other team members, contractors and clients. A great, flexible way to encourage cross pollination of ideas and concepts. With the COVID-19 crisis taking hold around the world, this idea of a shared, floating […]
Inter-island transport interruption
The bad weather in the last couple of days has led to some ferry cancellations and delays, affecting inter-island freight, courier and transport. With a forecast for improving weather later today, it is expected that normal schedules will return enabling backlogs to be cleared.
Move to Covid-19 Alert Level 1
Along with the rest of the country, we are delighted with New Zealand’s successful management of Covid-19 and subsequent move to Alert Level 1. We have a lot to be thankful for as we become one of the least restricted countries in the world thanks to our “go hard go early” strategy. We have received […]