Misco proving a great fit for North Canterbury

Misco proving a great fit for North Canterbury
Misco Joinery has the largest kitchen manufacturing line in the South Island.

One of the best working relationships of Misco Joinery is the one it formed with Enterprise North Canterbury (ENC) when it moved to Kaiapoi nearly three years ago. Misco has hosted events and factory tours for ENC clients, while ENC promotes Misco Joinery whenever possible and has made the company feel truly welcomed into the community.
Misco Joinery is a family owned and operated joinery business specialising in kitchens, laundries, wardrobes, and storage for new builds, private renovations, and more recently large commercial projects. Misco Joinery has been in business since 1988 and works with a number of builders of various sizes as well as for private clients.
“Our aim has always been to work with our clients to ensure they get a great quality kitchen using European products at an affordable price,” says Misco Joinery marketing manager Penny Abell.
“We offer the complete package including design, manufacture, and installation of our products, with each of these three process areas run by a different team. This allows Misco Joinery to use the expertise of our staff to provide our clients with the highest quality customer service.”
Penny says Misco Joinery’s point of difference is through its economies of scale, it can offer high quality kitchens, with laser edging on all cabinetry as standard, the European Nova Pro Scala soft closing drawers, which have a lifetime guarantee, as standard, and by working with its benchtop suppliers, can offer an upgrade to a stone benchtop at a very competitive price.
Misco Joinery’s designers have to be one step ahead of today’s clients, especially with the digital world, so they work hard with suppliers to ensure they are up-to-date with the latest trends and products in the market place, and can speak knowledgeably on the new products and hardware coming to the market.
Misco Joinery’s purpose-built factory and showroom in Kaiapoi was a dream 12 years in the making for company founder Michael Chernishoff. His dream became a reality in 2017, and Misco Joinery now occupies a 3500sqm site on Williams Street, Kaiapoi.
“From here we showcase all the latest products, as well as manufacture and dispatch kitchens and joinery to large parts of the North and South Islands,” Penny says. “We now also have an office and showroom in Auckland.”
Today Misco Joinery employs more than 48 staff and is still a family business with family values, committed to quality and service and that will never change.
The company has the largest kitchen manufacturing line in the South Island with state of the art machinery, to which it is about to add another air-forced laser edgebander in late February.
In May 2019, Canterbury’s largest solar system was installed at Misco Joinery’s factory, with 535 panels covering most of the roof and providing capacity of 153 kilowatts and output of about 210,000 kilowatt hours a year, about two-thirds of the electricity Misco Joinery needs.
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