Maketu to Motiti

Cabin successfully flown from Maketu to Motiti Island

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Classic Kinect, a provider of transportable homes in the North Island, recently successfully relocated a cabin from a private farm in Maketu to the picturesque island of Motiti. This historic move marks a significant achievement for Classic Kinect.

The relocation process, orchestrated by Classic Kinect and the Kàhu NZ Helicopter Lifting Services teams, involved the use of a Black Hawk helicopter to lift the cabin from the mainland and transport it across the sea to Motiti Island.

The entire operation was captured on film by a second helicopter, adding to the excitement and documenting this remarkable event for posterity.

“This endeavour presented an exciting opportunity for Classic Kinect to fulfil our customer’s wishes and deliver their cabin to its new island destination,” said Aaron McGarva, General Manager of Classic Kinect.

“For us, it’s always about customer care. Seeing the joy on our customer’s face as they witnessed the Black Hawk helicopter delivering their home was truly rewarding.”

Classic Kinect, a division of Classic Builders, has built a reputation for excellence in the transportable homes industry.

From cabins spanning 50 square meters to spacious 150 square meter homes, the company offers a diverse range of options to suit various needs. In addition to the homes, Classic Kinect constructs worker accommodation, classrooms, rural business premises, and holiday baches, providing versatile solutions for modern requirements.

As part of the larger Classic Group, Classic Kinect benefits from the collective expertise and resources of an integrated development company.

Founded in the Bay of Plenty, Classic Builders has grown to become one of the largest residential building companies in the country, with a presence extending from Queenstown and Canterbury to Wellington, Waikato, Auckland, and Northland.

“We are proud to be part of the Classic Group, which encompasses a diverse range of services across the construction sector,” added McGarva. “Together, we are dedicated to driving positive change and shaping the future of housing in New Zealand.”

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