Hardwood flooring company takes top Danish award

Hardwood Technology, supplier of high-end Danish residential and commercial flooring, recently won an award for promoting Danish products abroad
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ASB North Wharf floor by Hardwood Technology architecture, building, daylighting, structure, black, gray
ASB North Wharf floor by Hardwood Technology

Finding the right flooring is almost always a challenge, regardless of whether you're working on a new residential or commercial project. That's why it's a good idea to consider all available options, like high-end hardwood floors from reputable Danish company Junckers, which are then imported and installed by New Zealand distributor Hardwood Technology.As the importer of these quality hardwood floors, Hardwood Technology recently won the Diploma of the Danish Export Association and His Royal Highness Prince Henrik’s Medal of Honour. It's a prestigious award, given out only in recognition of an outstanding effort in promoting and marketing Danish products and services abroad. In this case, representing Junckers hardwood flooring in New Zealand for over 25 years. This award has also been presented to companies such as Bang and Olufsen, Saxo Bank and Danfoss.A ceremony held at the new Pulman Arena (showcasing the largest Junckers sports floor in New Zealand) saw representatives from Junckers in Denmark, the Danish Ambassador Tom Norring, Hardwood staff and several partners attend.The Hardwood Technology and Junckers relationship has also extended into the Australian market, with a Sydney-based office providing representation and overseeing a number of projects.Learn more about Hardwood Technology


Oct 24, 2017






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