Keith started his career as a commercial artist with Clearlite Plastics in the early 1970’s. After showing a keen interest in the design and manufacture side of the business, he was asked if he would be open to learning the capabilities of Perspex/Acrylic. He agreed, which lead him through a career of acrylic sign manufacturing with a number of companies, namely Superlite, Claude Neon, and Paramount Signs, to name a few.
In the mid 1980’s Keith started his own sign installation company called “Sign Services” and then began working with Acrylic Creations in the 1990’s before buying the business in 2002.
Keith brings a lot of knowledge and experience to the table when it comes to Acrylic and the industry, especially the applications involved in the marine side. As a keen sailor, he has a feel for all things nautical.
Aaron began learning the trade back in 1997 when the business was based in Mt Roskill. After the company was relocated to New Lynn in 2001, Aaron was given a more senior role and continued to hone his skill in the industry.
With 18 years of experience, combined with an eye for detail and a “can do” attitude, Aaron strives for customer satisfaction in every project he creates.
Keith and Aaron are both craftsmen who take pride in every product that leaves the factory, whether it be a machine guard / refrigeration component or display product.
Attention to Detail
Our team have a combined experience of 50+ years in the acrylic fabrication industry.
We pride ourselves on providing a fast and reliable service, from large production runs to small one off jobs.
Thanks to our many years of acrylic fabrication experience, we know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to materials and design.
Our experienced and passionate team have an in-depth knowledge of various types of acrylic, polycarbonate, PETG, plus many other types of plastic.
As a company that’s conscious about protecting our planet/environment, we recycle our scrap and donate offcuts to resources centres.
We welcome your drawings or plans for pricing, from one-off prototypes to a run of many.
We can courier/freight objects (subject to size and shape) to any part of New Zealand, from the North Island to the South Island and everywhere in between.