EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The objectives of the Association as defined by the Rules are:

  • To promote, aid, foster, research, develop and protect the interests of the Ready Mixed Concrete Industry within New Zealand by whatever means the Association may think fit.
  • To provide a central organisation, supported by regions, through which members may coordinate their efforts in handling such problems of common concern to the industry as may be appropriate.
  • To encourage Full Members to achieve and maintain a high standard of quality control.
  • To maintain a Plant Production Audit Scheme which shall be available and operated for and on behalf of those Full Members who may elect to participate.
  • To represent and act for the industry before all divisions of Government, and public and private organisations where appropriate.
  • To procure and disseminate information that may be helpful to members.
  • To publicise the aims and objects of the Association and to acquire or adopt a distinctive design, mark or device for the exclusive use of Full Members and to regulate and control the use of such design, mark or device.

The current specific activities include:

  • Quality Assurance / Control
  • Promotion of Concrete
  • Training
  • Standards
  • Research / Publications / Conferences

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