The privately owned Hynds Group is New Zealand and Australia's premier product supplier for the management of water and water based waste.
Founded in 1973 by John and Leonie Hynds, the family owned Hynds Group of Companies manufacture, import and supplies a comprehensive range of products for drainage, watermain, stormwater, wastewater, and rural application. The group employs over 1000 people within its New Zealand and Australian operations.
Today, Hynds are the supply partner of choice for New Zealand’s civil construction industry, specialising in water and infrastructure based solutions. Hynds are committed to quality management and accredited operating systems throughout their businesses.
John Hynds’ early passion, innovation and tenacity shaped a business where people mattered and relationships were built on trust, with customers at the very foundation of the Hynds philosophy.
Care for people, long term respectful relationships and industry leading innovation continues to be at the heart of the business today.
Hynds Pipe Systems is the largest operating unit within the Hynds Group of Companies, incorporating 7 manufacturing plants, a nationwide team of Engineered Product Managers, Contract Account Managers, and a network of 35 merchant branches throughout New Zealand.
Their knowledgeable sales and technical team also work with contractors, consultants and councils to design customised solutions for complex drainage, water supply and waste treatment situations.
Group Senior Executives
Chief Financial Officer
People & Culture
Hynds Pipe Systems
Hygrade Water & Gillies Metaltech
Waters & Farr
Group Manager – Strategy
GM HPS Manufacturing
Board of Directors
(Left to Right) Adrian Hynds, John Hynds, Mark Binns and Aaron Hynds
Partnerships and Sponsorships
The privately owned Hynds Group is New Zealand's premier product supplier for the management of water and water based waste. Established by John and Leonie Hynds in 1973, the group now comprises six business units in New Zealand and Australia employing more than 1000 people.