THE WEEK THAT WAS

THE WEEK THAT WAS

The week that was 26/4/2021 We have approximately 10 days left of harvesting G3. The G3 trays/bins remains reasonably steady at 96.5. Staff continues to be a challenge. We have a group of RSE employees arriving on Sunday, having completed the apple harvest, plus a...
THE WEEK THAT WAS

THE WEEK THAT WAS

The week that was 23/4/2021 The shape of Hayward is keeping us on our toes this year. From what I can see, there are some mixed results coming from those that have applied Ambitious this year. We need to do more work in this space, but there seems to be a range of...
THE WEEK THAT WAS

THE WEEK THAT WAS

The week that was 12/4/2021   A few of us travelled to Wellington to represent Trevelyan’s at the MPI “Good Employer Award”. We unfortunately didn’t win, but it was an honour to be a finalist. We now have all ten shifts running, in preparations for the main...
Kiwifruit company helps staff gain full licence

Kiwifruit company helps staff gain full licence

Being able to drive safely on New Zealand roads is a crucial employment skill, so Bay of Plenty post-harvest operator, Trevelyan’s, is helping staff obtain their full driver’s licence. Dozens of New Zealand-born and overseas workers have undergone intensive driver...
Trevelyan’s nominated for MPI award

Trevelyan’s nominated for MPI award

Te Puke based company Trevelyan’s Pack & Cool have been nominated for an award by the Ministry for Primary Industries. Trevelyan’s are up for the Supreme Award at the 2021 Primary Industries Good Employer Awards. The category recognises employers who provide...
THE WEEK THAT WAS

THE WEEK THAT WAS

The week that was, 09/04/2021 With the limited amount of Back packers and RSE workers, we find our Bus from town to site under utilised and our car park too small. Us Kiwi’s enjoy our cars. Current packing stats are as follows; Variety Trays packed Volume above/below...