Deliveries & Collections | Absolute Caterers

By: Absolute Caterers  05-Apr-2012

Absolute Caterers pride ourselves on quality of food and prompt delivery.

It is extremely important that we have a point of contact for delivery. We need to be able to phone this person in the event of any delays outside of our control i.e. traffic delays.

Charges for Delivery

• $12.00 + gst within 4km of Whangarei Central Post Office including equipment collection.
• All deliveries outside this 4km radius will incur $1.50 + gst per km to and from function.
• There is an extra delivery charge for Buffets of $25.00 + gst

Special delivery prices for regulars.

Equipment Pick-up

All equipment must be accounted for and available for pick-up from a pre-arranged collection point.

Absolute Caterers reserve the right to charge for any equipment not returned or additional collections.

The food that was delivered on the 28th February was excellent, with many compliments given. If that standard etc can be maintained that would be fantastic.

- Ian McLelland │ Administration Services Manager │ Ngati-Hine Forestry Trust
The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012

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