It’s onwards and upwards for disability employer Kilmarnock Enterprises.

 Disability employer gets new contract

It’s onwards and upwards for disability employer Kilmarnock Enterprises, who recently discovered they won’t be part of New Zealand’s poppy making process.


The Christchurch-based company recently discovered it won’t be a part of New Zealand’s poppy-making process, even though that contract had returned to our shores.

But now Kilmarnock has announced it’s won a contract to assemble 100,000 oil test kits for the Gough Group.

The majority of the company’s 85 workers have a disability and Kilmarnock’s chief executive Michelle Sharp says making up the kits is “very labour intensive and therefore perfect for the type of work we can do”.

Source: Disability employer wins new contract

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