apprenticeship success

Receiving an Outstanding Pass for his level 3 reel-fed apprenticeship is likely to put Conrad Vaney in the running for Apprentice of the Year next year.

With a Bachelor of Visual Art and Design from EIT, Conrad started with mrlabels in 2008 as a digital print process apprentice. In 2010, he transferred to a reel-fed apprenticeship, due to the company’s need for more staff in this area.

Completing the level 3 training modules means Conrad will be fully qualified this year, and both he and the team at mrlabels are thrilled with his success.

Conrad lives in Taradale with his wife Jo and their two children, Paityn and Archer.

Dear Clients

Following the Government announcement on Monday of moving into Level 4 for the next 4 weeks, MR Label & Print wants to assure you we are still operating through this period for design, print and labelling needs for essential products/services. We are a direct supplier to many essential health, veterinary, and food businesses across New Zealand. Please feel free to contact us if you are one of these.

We are taking the Governments steps very seriously and where possible, all admin and office staff will work from home. Production staff will be working in skeleton crews with shifts to suit workload.

Our suppliers are part of the essential supply chain and as yet do not anticipate any major delays.

We want to work together with you to minimise disruption to essential services so please do not hesitate to email Abbie at or call on 027 448 6925.

Stay safe.