Optimised for Export

We can custom process all our standard pole and timber products to fit the requirements for containers or break bulk transport. We are also able to comply with most foreign port entry requirements provided import permits are provided in advance of shipping.

NZ Poles have an in house logistics and export team that are experienced at streamlining the export process. We are able to manage the shipping directly with the shipping line up to your port of choice, or are equally happy to work with your chosen shipping agent. We are well adapted to work with common INCO Terms such as CIF, FOB, FAWG, etc and can provide export documentation such as:

  • Bill of Lading
  • Bills of Exchange
  • Export Letter of Credit (LC) docs
  • Phytosanitary Certificates
  • Chain of Custardy / FSC Requirements
  • Country of Origin Certificates
  • Any other requirements

Our team is experienced and capable, and will deliver your goods to anywhere in the world! We work direct with the ports and shipping lines to make sure that all export jobs are sent quickly and efficiently.

Check out our testimonials to find out what some of our customers have to say.

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NZ Poles offers a range of high quality, New Zealand pine pole products. We supply a large range of high density tapered poles in a selection of treatment preservatives ranging from H3 to H6+. Our SED (Tapered) poles are produced from high density logs pulled from forests in the North Island of New Zealand.



NZ Poles offers a range of quality retaining timber suitable for different weather conditions and in varying sizes. Retaining walls fit a variety of purposes so our timber is manufactured to meet a variety of needs. All treated to H4 or H5 for durability.



We have a hugely competent export team who focus on export work. We are well set up to containerise poles and timber on site and have a thorough understanding of the export process and logistical requirements to get our product from New Zealand to the world.