COVID-19: Auckland is currently in Level 3, the rest of New Zealand is currently in Level 2
We look forward to the entire country returning to a no level status. Auckland still remains at level 3 with the rest of the country in level 2. We are an essential service and can supply all of your IT needs to ensure your business can continue to operate with essential requirements. Give us a call on 0800 444 774 or email us with any of your requirements, our team is based in New Zealand and can offer you the personalised service you require. Stay Safe Aotearoa, Kia Kaha.
IMPORTANT UPDATE Wednesday 18th August 2021:
As of 11:59pm on 17th August, New Zealand moved to Alert Level 4 in response to COVID-19. Acquire is an essential service and is operational across all alert levels. If you are working or learning from home, we have an extensive array of laptops, docks, monitors, accessories, furniture and more in-stock and ready to ship directly to your home. If you are an essential service and operating from your business premises, we can deliver direct to your business.
Our suppliers are prepared, and have increased their health and safety measures to ensure the safety of their staff and you, our customers. Delivery of items will be via contact-less courier and please be patient if there is some delays due to an increase in demand. Please contact us should you wish to check on your order.
Stay safe New Zealand
Kia Kaha, the Acquire Team
Acquire is, and has been operational throughout all COVID-19 Alert Levels in New Zealand. We provide, and have been providing necessary IT supply for over 20 years. We have a team of friendly sales people based in New Zealand who are ready to take your call or respond to your email either from the office or when working from home. We are fortunate to be one of the smaller countries that took strong measures to help reduce the impact of COVID-19 and thank all of our customers and supply chain partners for their continued support in these unprecedented times.
Acquire has an extensive supply with over 2 million products spread across 2,000 brands. If there is anything your business needs to get back up and running, we have access to the best experts in the country. Perhaps you need advice on a cloud transition, a new scalable infrastructure, additional docks so your team can easily move from the office to home, the options are endless.
If you are a new customer, sign up is easy via our registration page and you can also apply to open a credit account. We also have a number of finance options available to suit you.
Reach out to our friendly team, whatever your requirement may be. We want to help keep your business moving with the best price, product supply and service. Acquire works closely with our brands and suppliers ensuring we can provide updates if there is any stock issues or courier delays.
Please call us on 0800 444 774 or email email@example.com if you have any requirements, queries or just to have a chat!
Stay safe New Zealand.
Kia Kaha, the Acquire Team
25 March 2020: At 11:59pm, New Zealand moves to Alert Level 4, and the entire nation goes into self-isolation.
20 April 2020: The Prime Minister announces New Zealand will remain at Alert Level 4 for an additional 5 days. New Zealand will remain at Alert Level 3 for 2 weeks, before the status is reviewed.
27 April 2020: New Zealand moves to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm.
13 May 2020: New Zealand moves to Alert Level 2 at 11:59pm. The State of National Emergency expires at 12:21pm.
8 June 2020: The Ministry of Health reports that there are no more active cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand. At 11:59pm, New Zealand moves to Alert Level 1.
12 August 2020: At 12 noon, Auckland region moves to Alert Level 3. The rest of New Zealand moves to Alert Level 2.
14 August 2020: The Prime Minister announces that Auckland will remain at Alert Level 3 and the rest of New Zealand will remain at Alert Level 2 for 12 more days.
30 August 2020: Auckland moves to Alert Level 2 at 11:59pm, with extra restrictions on travel and gatherings. The rest of New Zealand remains at Alert Level 2.
21 September 2020: All regions except Auckland move to Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm.
23 September 2020: Auckland moves to Alert Level 2 without extra restrictions on travel and gatherings at 11:59pm.
7 October 2020: Auckland moves to Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm. All of New Zealand is now at Alert Level 1.
14 February 2021: Auckland moves to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm. The rest of New Zealand moves to Alert Level 2.
17 February 2021: Auckland moves to Alert Level 2 at 11:59pm. The rest of New Zealand moves to Alert Level 1.
22 February 2021: Auckland moves to Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm. All of New Zealand is now at Alert Level 1.
28 February 2021: Auckland moves to Alert Level 3 at 6am. The rest of New Zealand move to Alert Level 2.
7 March 2021: Auckland moves to Alert Level 2 at 6am. The rest of New Zealand moves to Alert Level 1.
COVID-19 Level 2 - Updated on 14th May 2020: COURIER DELAYS
Couriers are seeing a significant increase in parcel volumes. While the majority of parcels are being delivered within 3 days, some parcel deliveries are delayed by up to 10 working days. We understand how important this equipment can be for you, and we are hoping couriers will resolve this as soon as possible.
To help us help you, please contact us if your delivery has been more than 5 days (2 weeks in Auckland). We understand how important your parcels are to you and our distribution partners are working very hard to get them to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience as we do everything we can to keep things moving.
Acquire is proud to be playing a vital role in New Zealand during the response to COVID-19, providing an essential service in supplying what Kiwis need and maintaining connections within our communities during this time of uncertainty.
Kia Kaha, the Acquire Team
COVID-19 NEW ZEALAND ALERT LEVELS:
What we can and can't do as a nation under the different alert levels.
What it means in Alert Level 1 - Click here
What is means in Alert Level 2 - Click here
What it means in Alert Level 3 - Click here
What it means in Alert Level 4 - Click here
Please visit https://covid19.govt.nz/ for more information.