In 1987 the first Jetpatcher™ unit was built in New Zealand by Jim Turnbull – now 31 years and 600+ units later Jetpatcher™ machinery is continuing to prove that it is ‘simply a better way”
Initially formed in New Zealand in 1985 and with ongoing development since then the company now has supplied more than 600 units worldwide and has Jetpatcher™ units in many areas including the United Kingdom, CANADA, Mexico, USA, South Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia.
We are an honest, reliable and well-reputed company that will work with you during the ordering process to ensure the correct machine type and specifications, will keep you informed during the construction and delivery process and are always available for after sales support and service if needed.
We can offer you a superior road maintenance machine that is reliable, cost effective, is well proven and produces high quality, long lasting repairs
JETPATCHER SYSTEMS HAS A PHILOSOPHY OF INNOVATION AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT.
WE STRIVE TO NOT ONLY MEET BUT EXCEED OUR CUSTOMERS EXPECTATIONS.
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The Serpent River First Nation, a signatory to the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850, is an Anishinaabe First Nation in the Canadian province of Ontario, located midway between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury along the North Channel of Lake Huron.
To continue to build on the assets of the community, seek partnerships and collaborations that maximise the benefit of those assets for the community members.
The Serpent River First Nation Economic Development Corporation (SRFNEDC) is an entity owned by the Community of Serpent River First Nation. The economic development team continues to work on various economic development initiatives to promote and enhance financial and economic self-sufficiency for the community and the band membership. The SRFNEDC assists in cultivating viable business opportunities and uses the mindful triple bottom line accounting approach to do business. This triple bottom line is exclusive of the environment, the people and the economy. The SRFNEDC Board of Directors along with the staff strive to advance sustainable revenue streams for the Serpent River First Nation.
To build on the previous reports and community development decisions by cultivating viable business opportunities on treaty lands, traditional territories, and wherever they may be found to ensure the growth of sustainable revenue streams that improve the quality of life for community members while being respectful of the traditions
To judiciously and thoughtfully serve the vision and mission of the Serpent River First Nation by constantly striving to promote and enhance financial and economic self-sufficiency for the community and all its members
Visit Serpent River First Nation at http://www.srfnedc.com