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Mat World is a premiere brand of innovative mats supplied to facilities management, commercial and industrial customers.

Mat World New Zealand, a division of Glomesh New Zealand Ltd, builds on the products and decades of experience provided by Mat World in Australia. Mat World offers the widest range of commercial and custom mats in New Zealand. These are designed to cover every type of facilities management environment – with most available to be made on the Mat World premises and to custom requirements.

The matting range covers uses that include (and not limited to) door mats, food handling and processing areas, electrical insulating mats, rubber runners for behind bar counters, cut to size for ute trays, even single workstation standing desk mats.

The range of anti-fatigue and safety mats, apart from rubber mats, is vast. They are designed to prevent long-term fatigue caused by standing on hard floors, such as concrete.

Additionally, Mat World provides many special purpose mats such as; wet area matting, mats for clean rooms and dust-free environments, under-desk mats, fruit and vegetable mats for supermarkets, commercial shower mats, kitchen mats, kneeling mats and so much more…

With sales office and warehouses in Auckland New Zealand, Mat World is well prepared to provide service above and beyond the norm. Custom door mats, as an example, can generally be made to size and installed into their existing floor recesses within a matter of days after quote acceptance.

Mat World sources their matting material from around the world, with attention given to commercial grade quality. There is an understanding at Mat World that commercial and industrial matting needs to be durable. Consequently Mat World mats can be trusted to cope with the conditions required. Backed by more than thirty years of experience and knowledge, Mat World is in a unique position not readily matched in the market.

To view the Mat World New Zealand and Glomesh New Zealand product online catalogue, simply click here. Mats start on page 24 of the catalogue which is best viewed using Google Chrome.

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