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New Zealand Engineering News

Article: Gender wage gap: You're doing better, but still not good enough
Published: February 2017

Katalin Csikasz of Auckland-based TechPro Plus is a woman within the engineering sector that is thriving and it is her grounding within the engineering industry - forged through strong association in childhood and a father who lived and breathed engineering - that now sees Kiwi companies benefiting from a unique female perspective. Katalin is an expert at finding innovative and unique solutions to industry challenges, and aims to provide clients with market leading products, solutions, or applications. She has recently been working closely with Mark and Sue Bedford at Steel Rollformed Product...

New Zealand Engineering News

Article: New Zealand Engineering Directory 2017 - Best of the Best
Published: December 2016

TechPro Plus offers unique, innovative and practical engineering solutions relating to product compliance, risk management, product safety, quality assurance and economised process/product design. It sets up systems that achieve the aforementioned on an ongoing basis for clients both in New Zealand and abroad. Its founder Katalin Csikasz believes this, in combination with easy to use technical documentation, not only builds business confidence but generates increase in both revenue and productivity...

New Zealand Engineering News

Article: New Zealand Engineering Directory 2017 - NZ Engineering Who's Who
Published: December 2016

In a career that spans some 21 years in a male dominated industry engineer Katalin Csikasz has flourished. Her bent to engineering manifested in her early desire to dismantle her sewing machine rather than use it under the guiding influence of her mechanical engineer father. This saw her go on to complete a masters degree in engineering and to dedicate a lot of her energy to pass on knowledge and enthusiasm to students. Gradually she developed a reputation for problem solving based on perception, emotional quotient and intuition combined with practical rationalism, intelligence and ability...

New Zealand Engineering News

Article: Katalin Csikasz: Born to be an engineer
Published: July 2016

In a career that spans some 21 years, Katalin Csikasz hasn't asked for any special favours. She's never been worried about being a woman in a male dominated industry. Engineering is all she knows, a career she loves and Katalin lets her knowledge do the talking. Chat with her and it's easy to see why gender plays no issue in her role as an engineer: respect thoroughly earned through ability. It's an absolute fair comment to say that the New Zealand engineering industry needs more people like Katalin Csikasz. Qualifications galore, she adds value to the sector through her knowledge, experience and an absolute dedication to a career she was born into...

EMEX 2016 Auckland

Presentation: Become a Market Leader
Presented: May 2016

Is your company looking to increase its position as an industry market leader or gain a competitive edge with the product it supplies? Katalin, the Principal Engineer of TechPro Plus, will discuss the process of delivering market leading products, solutions, or applications through innovative and unique engineering solutions. Katalin will cover how to address industry challenges from product design, right through to manufacturing, quality assurance, technical compliance, supply and installation.

International Certifications Conference 2015

Presentation: IS0 9001 Risk Based Thinking - the practical connection between ISO 9001:2015 (E) Risk Based Thinking and Maximising revenue through Product Compliance and Risk Management
Presented: November 2015

There is a strong connection between companies taking up compliance to ISO 9001:2015 (E) Standard and their product compliance as both are grounded in risk based thinking. Furthermore, compliance to either ISO 9001 or relevant product standards could positively impact business performance, marketplace reputation and ultimately company's bottom line.

Governance New Zealand

Article: Maximising revenue through Product Compliance and Product Safety - Part One / Two
Published:  September / October 2015

Product compliance and product safety awareness. Accidental non-compliance could have huge financial impact and has the potential to damage marketplace reputation. We discuss the compliance checklist, information to retain for compliance purposes and possible ways to limit liability in the event of accidental non-compliance...

NZ Manufacturer

Article: Become a Market Leader – Part Two
Published: August 2015

In this month's edition we will provide more detail about how to become a market leader by outlining a project which positively impacted the New Zealand Telecommunication industry. This project is a great example of how using innovative, outside the box design thinking can help;

SouthMACH 2015 Christchurch

Presentation: Maximising revenue through Product Compliance and Product Safety
Presented: July 2015

Product compliance and product safety awareness. Accidental noncompliance could have huge financial impact and has the potential to damage marketplace reputation. Katalin will discuss the compliance checklist, information to retain for compliance purposes and possible ways to limit liability in the event of accidental non-compliance.

NZ Manufacturer

Article: Become a Market Leader – Part One
Published: August 2015

Is your company working on becoming an industry market leader or would you like to have a competitive edge with the product you supply? TechPro Plus, an Auckland based company could potentially help.

NZ Manufacturer

Article: Increase revenue by increasing productivity
Published: June 2015

Interested in increasing revenue by streamlining processes, mass-producing products and increasing production volume in your factory? TechPro Plus; an Auckland based company can help you with this. We specialize in engineering solutions for...

New Zealand Engineering News

Article: Inaugural Coatings and Corrosion event a success
Published: September 2014

Ms Csikasz says the most effective way to minimise corrosion is to incorporate corrosion prevention into the design, followed by periodic inspections. "This is one area on which TechPro Plus focuses closely in its engineering design services" she says. The corrosion-prevention-by-design approach was used effectively for the Wellington in-sea planted Wind Sculpture Art Project;