Gilbarco (NZ) is a company which combines two core businesses : the provision of
services and products to the petroleum industry and the sale and servicing of weighing,
testing and point-of-sale equipment.
The origins of the company in New Zealand date back to 1929 with its modern configuration
resulting from the merger of Avery (NZ) Limited and Pump Maintenance (New Zealand ) Limited
in 1989. The company which was formed : 'GEC Avery (NZ) Limited', changed its name to
Marconi Commerce Systems (NZ) Limited in 1999. When it was sold to the Danaher Corporation
of the USA in February 2002, the name was again changed to the present Gilbarco (NZ).
The company Head Office is in Wellington and there are regional centres in Auckland, Wellington
The core businesses are conducted from 17 branches throughout New Zealand. A fleet of one
hundred service vehicles operate from these to provide a truly national coverage.
The hallmark of Gilbarco (NZ) has always been entrepreneurial flair : great people
with great imagination doing great work. This is backed up with ongoing investment in staff
training and development in company, product, industry and health and safety issues.
The Head Office in Wellington incorporates a regional sales and service branch, a central
warehouse, and electronic repair and research and development facility, a 24 hour a day 7 day
a week customer call centre and national marketing, purchasing, and health and safety resources
in addition to the company Finance and Administration Department.
Gilbarco (NZ) is committed to provide its customers with products and services that
will meet their total quality and operational requirements.
- To conduct our business in the Petroleum, Weighing, Testing and Retailing industries with
speed and efficiency that will ensure minimum inconvenience and maximum productivity for
- To be patient, courteous and fair in all dealings with customers to ensure that conducting
business with our Company is a rewarding and satisfying experience.
- To provide all employees with adequate and fair remuneration, safe working conditions, stable
employment, challenging work and opportunities for personal development.