Thanks to its ability to mould to any shape. Shrink wrap has been used in all sorts of contexts. Here are some of our favourite images of modes of transport shrink wrapped.…
Shrink wrap is an emerging sector of the construction industry and as such does not have a centralised professional association to drive industry standards. So how can you be sure you’re choosing a reputable company?
ShrinkMaster was contacted to wrap the spectacular super yacht, Exuma. The 50metre vessel was put into dry dock for maintenance work and modifications.
The George Forbes Office Building at Lincoln University in Christchurch was undergoing construction work when the February 2011 earthquake hit. Further aftershocks put greater time and resource pressure on the project team.
As part of the Volvo Ocean Race Village, a stage was erected on Te Whero Island Auckland’s Viaduct Basin. ShrinkMaster was asked to wrap the scaffold structure of the stage, to provide protection for expensive technical equipment and performers. Continue reading
ShrinkMaster’s Managing Director, Chris Ramsey is a qualified boat builder and avid sailor, who spent several years in Europe working on super yachts, where shrink wrap was commonly used during refit and maintenance work.
Daylight savings has ended and cooler temperatures are upon us. While some parts of the country have recently been treated to sunny days, we all know that winter is fast approaching. Now is the time to prepare for the frosty, wet days just around the corner.