Fibre Cement Solutions

Welcome to Fibre Cement Solutions

Your authorised ETERPAN® and Simplisima™ distributor

About Fibre Cement Solutions

Fibre Cement Solutions Ltd is a family owned business.  We specialise in fibre cement sheet, – ETERPAN®. We have over 25 years experience in the construction industry and are very excited to be able to offer ETERPAN® to the NZ market.

ETERPAN® is manufactured using superior flow on technology vs the traditional hatschek method. Flow on technology offers a monolithic core with superior water, frost and delamination resistance.

There is no substitute for a quality product which is why we have aligned with the Etex Group who have been making this product for the last 140 years. ETERPAN® is made using Portland Cement, mineral fillers, organic fibres and additives of which none are asbestos or asbestos based.

ETERPAN® is a sheet product, not a system. It has many applications where it can be used such as cladding, backing board for stone or schist and internal linings. ETERPAN® has been available in New Zealand for the last 25 years and is now exclusively distributed by Fibre Cement Solutions Ltd.

Our Vision

To be a leading supplier of fibre cement board in the New Zealand construction industry, by being better at what we do and how we do it through continuous improvement. Developing new channels to market through product innovation by offering proven and new building solutions in collaboration with our clients. We will achieve this by supporting and listening to our clients requirements, working with integrity and providing a quality product.

Our Products


ETERPAN® is a medium density fibre cement sheet.  It is made from a homogenous mixture of cement, organic cellulose fibres and selected mineral fillers.  Seen here used as a backing board for a brick slip application.


Simplisima™ is a new 6mm x 1200mm x 2400mm decorative fibre cement board made by Etex. The images are printed directly onto the board providing a definitive design and finish that improves the warmth and livability of interior spaces.