Ott Engineering honoured

By Deidre Fanene 07 August 2016, 12:00AM

Loyalty pays off. And after nearly 20 years of being a loyal customer, Hydraulink New Zealand has honoured Ott Engineering Services with a special award for their patronage.  

On Friday, Pacific Islands Development Manager of Hydraulink New Zealand, Aneel Kumar and Company Technician, Joe Lomaiviti, arrived in Samoa to personally thank Leali’iee Rudy and Beatrice Ott for their loyalty to the company.

Speaking to the Sunday Samoan, Mr. Kumar said Ott Engineering Services (O.E.S) has been working with Hydraulink New Zealand since 1998 and they decided it was time to recognise their loyalty.

“We are extremely grateful to the Ott family for their support,” Mr. Kumar said. 

“Ott Engineering has been our loyal customer since 1998. Over the years, I have found that they are very loyal to me and to Hydraulink. 

“We’ve seen their business grow since 1998 and it’s been a pleasure for Hydraulink to be associated with such a hard working family, committed to excellence in the services they provided.” 

Mr. Kumar said he could not think of a more deserving company to receive the award. 

“This is the first time we have presented an award to Ott because we feel that it has been a long time since they became our customer. We want them to know that we appreciate their business.”

With over 400 service points throughout New Zealand, Australia and the Asia Pacific region, Hydraulink sets out to help get people back on track in a very short time.  . 

“If you are involved in mining, agriculture, transport, forestry, the marine industry or any industry that needs fast, effective and reliable hose and hydraulic services - we can help you get the job done no matter how much pressure you’re under.”

Beatrice Ott accepted the award from the company and thanked Hydraulink New Zealand for the recognition.

“We are honoured with this award and we want to thank the company for the recognition,” she said. 

“It has been a long time partnership and we are looking forward to continuing our partnership well into the future.”

By Deidre Fanene 07 August 2016, 12:00AM

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