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 […]
What size warehouse will your business need in 3 years? 5 years?
Like so many businesses these days, you are probably enjoying the benefits of using “on-demand” software platforms like Xero. In the same vein, shouldn’t you be thinking the same way about your inventory management and warehouse requirement? Most of the benefits of outsourcing your accounting or CRM packages can also be applied to outsourcing your […]
Client Update 15 May 2020 – Freight / Courier Update
Further to the Client Update of 12 May, our freight and courier partners have now issued further updates. The peak volumes experienced by the freight and courier sector in Alert Level 3 are expected to continue, or increase even further, with most businesses now operating under Alert Level 2. Social distancing and additional cleaning / […]
Client Update 13 May 2020 – Safety Plan
Having been open during all Covid-19 alert levels, the health and safety of all our employees, clients, contractors, visitors and tenants has remained a high priority for us. We prepared a comprehensive set of rules and guidelines for our sites who operated on behalf of our essential clients during the Alert Level 4 lockdown period. […]
Client Update 12 May 2020 – Freight / Courier Update
The recent move from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3 saw an unprecedented spike in fulfilment activity throughout the country, and we expect demand to further increase as we move to Alert Level 2 later this week. All of New Zealand’s Freight and Courier companies are struggling to keep up with parcel volumes exceeding […]
Client Update 21 April 2020 – Move to Alert Level 3
Yesterday’s government announcement that New Zealand will move from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3 at midnight on Monday, 27 April 2020 is good news for our country. Businesses now have a week to prepare for the move to Level 3. We have been continuing to provide a safe and timely service to our […]
Client Update 16 April 2020 – What we know about Alert Level 3
Today the Prime Minister provided more context around life at Alert Level 3 and on Monday, 20th April we expect a timeframe to be confirmed for the country to move from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3. Businesses are being encouraged to start planning now for the move to Level 3. We anticipate that […]