Our rates are wholesale (exclusive of GST) and are ex warehouse which often contain bulk discounts for forward ordering and set quantities.
Collection / Dispatch typically requires a nominal fee based on location and facility; this covers the use of fork hoist / administration / health & safety / Labour etc and is charged per order regardless of size (one dispatch one fee) – hence minimum orders. Please enquire for associated costs.
Our stock is stored nationwide in secure MPI locations or transport & storage facilities throughout the country for logistical efficiency. Our office is based in beautiful Wanaka, South Island. We often have staff travelling throughout the country.
Where in the country are you? Let us know where you are, and we can arrange the best viewing location per availability. Interlink typically requires a day or two to communicate and to confirm.
Unfortunately, not. Our stock is stored in secure MAF/MPI transport & storage facilities that require a minimum notice of a day or two. This is for these locations to process orders and make the stock available for loading etc in a timely manner.
Typically not. Prices are based on wholesale quantities ex warehouse and therefore require set quantities to be ordered. Note we are always keen to see a project come to life and completed to its upmost, so we do try fulfilling your order per your requirements as best possible; if we have loose quantities available we will match this to your order. Alternatively, please feel free to contact your local Mitre 10 Mega, Placemakers, Hammer Hardware, Bunnings Warehouse etc for single sleeper queries.
We have an array of trusted partners and regular operators throughout the country for hiab & freight deliveries that we encourage customers to enquire with for transport solutions. Location of stock, weight & cube of the consignment as well as site location and requirements will be needed prior quoting.
If you are a registered business that would like to query an account and credit facility please get in touch.
Throughout the years, selling tonnes of rustic hardwoods, a standardised grading guide can be found here by Interlink Ltd. This guide offers an indication on what characteristics and traits are referred to with recycled timber. Grading is based on a bulk average, and at a minimum will always be suitable for landscaping. Note there is not an international, national or industry standard on the grading of recycled timber. Images of current stock and viewings are often the best measure of suitability.
Interlink will ALWAYS specify if historical (preservation) treatments have ever been applied – regardless if it is visible. This is typically specified in numerous places such as our product section on the website, our product availability lists and during any liaison with our team. A best practice guide on handling treatments and sleepers can be found here.
Short answer? Yes. Care should always be taken to inspect timber, utilising the correct equipment and safety protection.
Railway sleepers are commonly cut, drilled, sliced and handled to fit into each installation, please feel free to refer to our handling guide here. Practical competence is always advised.
Yes. All our products are, and will always be Redlist free. This is an uncompromising position for Interlink, where our sole intention is to see quality natural products recycled for a long life here in NZ. Our whole philosophy is to utilise the complete life cycle of goods from sustainable points of origins and reputable supply chains.
Yes; more often than not. Depending on the accreditation program our team can assist with product selection and suitability for such standards, as well as providing thorough reference material towards the process.