Customer Appreciation Evening 2018!

An opportunity for us to thank you and get our customers together and share what Nitrogenx has been up to within the business and our communities.

This year’s Customer Appreciation Evening will be held Nov 1st at the Urban Soul Cafe.

See the gallery of last years Customer Appreciation Evening on the left or register below if you haven’t already, we’d love to see you there.

October Price Increase

No company likes to increase prices and we try to ensure that they are keep them to a minimum.  Additional increases in fuel tax, transport costs, CPI and  supplier costs we have are increasing our prices by only 3% this October.  Click here for a copy of the letter that was sent out to all customers.
If you have any queries about your situation please don’t hesitate to contact us.

New Premises

We have found a new premises that will suit our growing needs as we expand further south. The new site will have twice as much depot space so we can continue to provide our great service to our growing customer base.

NitrogenX 25th Anniversary!

This year Nitrogenx is celebrating it’s 25th year of bring you the service you deserve. We’ve come so far from a one-man operation to a successful small business. And we’re not stopping any time soon so hold on as we steam ahead towards bigger and better things!


Westpac Business Awards 2017

Nitrogenx is proud to have participated in the 2017 Auckland Business Awards.
We walked away with some great memories and awesome awards.

Read more about our journey here.


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Lesa Davis – Boss with the X factor

by Tony Potter

GO TO Google, or if you want to be totally impartial the search engine of your choice, and tap in the word Nitrogenx (pronounced: nitrogenics). Then go to “Our team”.
There you will meet – in descending order – Lesa Davis, managing director; Megan, customer services/sales support; SaraJane (daughter), admin/finance; Samantha (daughter), health and safety/compliance; Sandy, accounts; Aroha, sales; Laura, marketing/business development.
Getting the picture here? Seven women, three of them mother and daughters.
Finally, five blokes – Chris, warehouse and delivery driver (he’s also Sara-Jane’s fiancé); and Darryl, Shane, Ross and Scott, all delivery drivers.

That’s it. The 12 of them make up Nitrogenx, who entered the last Westpac Auckland Business awards for the first time and won Best Small Business (West) Lesa Davis Boss with the X factor by Tony Potter and Employer of the Year (West) out of three categories they were up for. A batting average any test match cricketer would give their eye teeth for.
And in charge is a woman who left school (Kelston Girls’ High) at 15, studied shorthand and typing and got her first job as an office receptionist. Lesa Davis isn’t afraid of hard work. “I believe if you work hard in life, things will open up for you. People will recognise it.”
Well, the Westpac judges certainly did.

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