Cadbury’s Dunedin factory is a very busy plant, producing around 85% of the chocolate manufactured in New Zealand, including some of the country’s best known brands - such as Dairy Milk, Creme Eggs, Roses, Moro and Crunchie. As a prominent property for the iconic Cadbury brand, a well-maintained appearance is very important for the Dunedin site.
Programmed first began looking after the Dunedin plant in 1996, when Cadbury embarked on a nine-year maintenance programme. In 2002, Cadbury decided to restructure the programme to include interior and exterior painting and maintenance for nearly 100% of the site, including the new Cadbury World tourist complex which opened in July 2002. Programmed’s long-term maintenance painting programmes allow customers to maintain their properties at a consistently high standard of presentation, with a flexible and affordable schedule of payments that makes budgeting simple.
Now a longtime customer of Programmed, Cadbury has been very satisfied with the service provided and the results of the programme. Cadbury is currently signed to a ten year interior and exterior maintenance painting programme. “I have been more than happy with the level of service that Cadbury has received, from all levels of Programmed, over the years,” says Karen Henderson, Procurement Manager for Cadbury NZ. Programmed feels privileged to be associated with the much-loved Cadbury brand, and we look forward to many more years working with the Dunedin site.