Company History:

Established in 1987 by Alan Day, Keyport has grown to become a key supplier of top quality medical products throughout New Zealand. Keyport is a 100% New Zealand owned company dedicated to serving the needs of the New Zealand medical industry and maintaining its reputation for quality products and first class technical service. Keyport has a service and engineering department capable of assisting with all project planning, installation and maintenance of our products.


Our Values

It is essential that medical staff use cutting edge, reliable equipment and can rely on quality technical support. Keyport's primary value is to help primary care staff, hospital staff and other occupations provide the best patient care possible. We take pride in our technologically advanced product range and complete engineering services and invite you to enquire for more information.


Keyport Principal Team

Alan Day - Company Director

Company Director Alan Day has a background in hospital engineering and over thirty years involvement in the medical industry, specialising in building services equipment. After founding Keyport in 1987, he has been involved in major projects throughout New Zealand, including Auckland City Hospital's construction and the current upgrade at Waikato Hospital.

Robert Van Woerden - Service and Engineering Manager

Service Manager Robert van Woerden has fifteen years experience in the servicing and commissioning of medical equipment with a focus on infrastructure projects. Waikato born and raised, Robert has been a part of the Keyport team for twelve years. He holds a New Zealand Certificate in Engineering (Mechanical) and is a registered Electrical Service Technician.

Andrea Latham - Office Manager

A Waikato area native, Andrea has been part of the Keyport team for twelve years, initially as Office Manager from 1991-1995. After her sons began school she returned to Keyport in 2002, first in a part-time accounts role before returning to full-time Office Manager in 2004.


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