Fabrum, Empowering Christchurch’s Business Landscape with Green Technology

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With its compact, rejuvenated city center, abundant world-class talent, and progressive innovation ecosystem, Christchurch checks all the boxes for businesses, whether they’re startups or established enterprises. Ōtautahi Christchurch is shedding its reputation solely as a tranquil garden city and emerging as a future-oriented hub where tech careers thrive amid an appealing lifestyle and pristine natural surroundings. Leading the charge in this transformation are companies like Fabrum.

Established in 2004, Fabrum pioneers green technology for transportation. A key player in the Hydrogen Consortium, alongside Air New Zealand and Christchurch Airport, Fabrum spearheads the hydrogen revolution in aviation. Their innovations extend to designing hydrogen-powered technology for Emirates Team New Zealand, with NASA among their clientele. Expanding rapidly from 20 to 110 employees in just two years, Executive Chairman Christopher Boyle attributes this growth to Christchurch’s supportive business ecosystem.

“A key part of the connectivity in Christchurch is its manufacturing history and its competency around new technologies. We underpin our ability to export technology offshore using a collaborative team of local manufacturers.”

Christopher says the benefits of basing Fabrum in Christchurch are second to none. “I’d say to any manufacturing companies that are looking for a solid base, with incredibly valuable connections and support, Christchurch is your place.”

Located in Christchurch, New Zealand, Fabrum is dedicated to precision engineering, striving for superior outcomes through technological prowess. Their mission emphasizes minimizing environmental impact while paving the way for future generations of engineers to carry forward this legacy of excellence.

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