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A Kiwi Original - Sandra Mckain & Shaun Mckain - Plastercraft 2000 - Episode 86
A must watch for home renovators! Plastercraft is New Zealand's largest producer of fibrous plaster products for the building industry. This interview takes place at their Auckland manufacturing HQ where they handcraft specialist fibrous mouldings for projects such as Sylvia Park, The Langham Hotel, Auckland Art Gallery, The Supreme Court in Wellington.
In the first part of the interview, Shaun discusses the Plastercraft’s focus on quality and customer satisfaction and their capability to build and customised fibrous plaster solutions for nationwide installation.
In the second part of the interview, Sandra Mckain shares a very personal story about have to run the business on her own this year. Sandra knows plaster craft like no other and talks through in detail about the manufacturing process, why Sandra is excited for the future and adding the New Zealand Made Kiwi trademark to their fibrous plaster products.