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To be part of the only national organisation established to represent the interests of rural contractors and others in associated fields?
Rural Contractors New Zealand (RCNZ) is the only national organisation solely devoted to the interests of rural contractors and is involved in liaising with Government and government agencies including:
Ministry of Primary Industries
Ministry for the Environment
Ministry of Building, Innovation and Employment,
New Zealand Transport Agency
Immigration New Zealand
WorkSafe New Zealand
Regional and local authorities and many other allied organisations.
Frequently asked questions about Rural Contractors New Zealand (RCNZ):
Q. What type of contracting are RCNZ members involved in?
A. Predominantly RCNZ members are involved in agriculture, horticulture and viticulture, chemical applications on the ground and in forests, roadside mowing, vegetation control and other forms of contracting applicable to the rural servicing sector.
Q. Is membership limited to Rural Contractors?
A. No, but the vast majority of RCNZ members undertake contracting in the rural sector. However, other contractors, for example, those who apply agricultural chemical in urban areas are also members.
Q. How is the RCNZ funded?
A. The main source of funding is through an annual subscription paid by members.
The financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March and subscriptions are charged pro rata for members joining throughout the year. Information on current subscription rates can be supplied on enquiry.
Companies that service the rural contracting sector are also welcome to join RCNZ as an associate member. This provides such companies with a link to RCNZ and its members and they are acknowledged throughout the year.
RCNZ also has its own insurance facility, which benefits both members and RCNZ. Discounts for members are also aggressively pursued in a number of other areas – including fuel, agri-chemicals and other rural sector goods and services.
Q. How does RCNZ operate?
A. RCNZ operates by a constitution and has a Board comprising eight members – who are elected annually. The country is divided into four Zones – with each Zone electing two Board members by postal ballot.
RCNZ employs a permanent, part-time chief executive based in Wellington – close to Government and other organisations where a close liaison is maintained.
Each year, RCNZ’s annual conference is held at different locations around New Zealand. Meanwhile, a number of regional (Zone) meetings are held during the year; to enable members to meet up for fellowship, networking opportunities and to discuss matters of common interest.
RCNZ publishes a section in the Rural Contractor & Large Scale Farmer magazine, which published every two months and supplied free to members.
The Constitution of RCNZ, including us Code of Ethics is, available here.
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