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About VINZ

What sets us apart?
VINZ are experts in vehicle inspections.

We provide fast, efficient and reliable vehicle inspections and certification, as well as outstanding customer service.

From a Warrant or Certificate of Fitness (WoF and CoF) to Entry Certification, Vehicle Appraisals and electric/hybrid car safety checks, we’re the specialists – come and talk to us.

History

Established as a co-operative in the early 1990's by a group of NZ motor industry people, we’re now a privately owned company.

Since 2013 we’ve been wholly owned by Japanese Export Vehicle Inspection Centre, JEVIC - specialists in used vehicle pre-shipment inspections and odometer verification.

We’ve been an appointed agent for the NZ Transport Agency for over 20 years, working to ensure vehicles meet their road safety standards.

Today we’re a leader in our field and inspect more than 175,000 vehicles.

We employ over 170 staff across eleven branches, partners’ premises and our Head Office, based in Mount Wellington, Auckland.

Leadership team

Our small, dedicated and skilled Leadership Team work to create a successful, positive and engaging business culture.

Gordon Shaw
Chief Executive Officer
Brian Stone
National Manager - Commercial
Sean Stevens
National Manager - Delivery
David Law
Human Resources Manager
Eric Chang
Financial Controller
Vision

To be New Zealand’s first choice for vehicle inspections.

Values

Leadership, Teamwork, Culture,
Professionalism, Communication

Mission

To deliver the highest standard in vehicle inspection, industry expertise and innovation.

Key relationships

VINZ works closely with industry organisations.

We’re wholly owned by JEVIC – specialists in used vehicle pre-shipment inspections and odometer verification. Their Head Office is in Japan.

Go to JEVIC website

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