New Zealand Made Steel Products By Pacific Steel

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Manufacturers of Steel for Mesh, Reinforcing Bar and Coil Products and Galvanised Wire

Pacific Steel is New Zealand's only manufacturer of Wire Rod, Reinforcing Bar and Coil products.  Our  Auckland based manufacturing facility produces around 250,000 tonnes of manufactured steel per year with much of this volume destined for foundations and fences around New Zealand.  

Pacific Steel has been manufacturing high quality reinforcing steel rod, bar and wire products products for over 50 years and we will continue to be dedicated to serving and supplying this local market for many more years to come.

Latest at Pacific Steel

  • FCANZ Association Days - November Dates

    FCANZ, in association with WIREMARK® are presenting 3 demonstration days to show some new fencing ideas and demonstrate what clients should expect from a contractor.  Held in Blenheim, Christchurch and Hawkes Bay a demo day is coming your way this November.

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  • Concrete Conference 6-8 October 2016

    As one of the largest and most significant conferences of the SEISMIC® calendar, Pacific Steel will be attending this years Ellerslie conference hosted on the first week of October.

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  • New Website!

    Welcome to the brand new for 2016 Pacific Steel Website.  Created over several months we trust this page can become the one stop shop for all your reinforcing steel needs.  From product information to reinforcing steel handling, industry news to distributor locations we hope the website can be of use and easy to navigate. 

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  • New Lynn Rail Trench

    The New Lynn Rail Trench was a $190,000,000 project, funded by Central Government, to enhance the Western rail line through the New Lynn Town Centre. 

  • Waterview Connection

    "The Waterview Connection project is one of the most important infrastructure developments ever to take place in New Zealand. Completing a motorway ring route around the city, it will unlock Auckland’s potential to become a truly world class city." - NZTA Website