Harvest are pleased to welcome Aidan to the team. Aidan has worked at Harvest after school for two years assisting our production team. From the start of 2016 he is starting a general engineering apprenticeship and will be working alongside Allan who is in charge of our fabrication in our production department.
Harvest are pleased to announce the release of the ITU Nano. The Nano is aimed at the water meter telemetry monitoring market.
See this brochure for more information: Harvest ITU Nano brochure.
Harvest attended Romeo Bragato in the Hawkes Bay. Romeo Bragato is one of the largest and most important conferences for grape grows and wine makers here in New Zealand.
Harvest attended the NZ National Agricultural Fieldays at Mystery Creek. With over 125,000 visitors and around 950 exhibitors it is always a highlight of the year.
In October 2011 NZ awoke to the news that the container ship MV Rena had run aground off the coast of Tauranga on the Astrolabe Reef. Soon after salvage crews started work on recovering the Rena, Harvest was called in to provide a weather station and webcam located on the bridge to provide weather information for the salvers and helicopter pilots. We have put together photos in a timelapse from the 22nd Dec 2011 to the 10th January showing some of the salvage effort. Around halfway through the Rena can be seen to break in half during a storm and then the final few images show the final moments before the stern sinks - complete with Harvest weather station and webcam. Click here to see the video.