Covid-19 Information

Swazi has pre-registered with both MBIE and MPI as an essential supplier. We are currently supplying product to Wgtn Free Ambulance, NZ Police and many other essential services. With the latest directive of MBIE regarding supplying product to keep people warm, as long as we comply with their 5 written conditions (below), we will now be processing orders of all thermal and wet weather products each morning and despatching these with couriers who will practice “Contactless” deliveries. The store will not be open during lockdown. 

Please note: it may take a little longer to receive your order as we will only have a limited number of staff working in our warehouse.  We are doing our best and thank you for your patience.  Together we can kick Covid-19's arse.

Be Safe. Be strong. Be kind.


New Zealand Government supply conditions:

Essential non-food consumer products

Businesses are able to sell essential non-food consumer products, provided they do so in a way that protects the public and minimises the risk of COVID-19 spreading.

In order to provide essential non-food consumer products, businesses must comply with the following conditions:

  1. Orders must be taken online or by phone only. Storefronts must not be open and the public should not be able to visit stores to select or collect goods.
  2. Orders must be for only essential non-food consumer products.
  3. In fulfilling orders, businesses must take all appropriate public health measures (eg physical distancing, hygiene basics, appropriate personal protective equipment for staff).
  4. Orders must be home delivered in a contactless way (ie there is no physical interaction between the deliverer and customer).
  5. The business must inform MBIE of its intention to offer essential non-food products for sale, and provide a list of the products they intend to offer. (See below for more information on how to do this.)

If businesses cannot meet any of the above conditions, they should not offer to sell essential goods while the country is at Alert Level 4.

It is difficult to be prescriptive about what an essential product is. We expect that essential goods cover those products that keep people warm, replace key household appliances, and maintain people’s health. They may include for example blankets, heaters, kitchenware and appliances, whiteware, computer equipment and mobile phones.