Thursday, May 19, 2022

Exports


Live export run abandoned

Live export run abandoned

ByAnnette ScottMay 13, 2022
Hundreds of farmers and livestock companies are making plans to recover thousands of cattle from a pre-export isolation (PIE) farm near Tokoroa. The move comes after Hamilton-based livestock exporter Genetic Development NZ (GDNZ) was forced to abandon a contract of…

SFF rises to the challenge

ByNeal WallaceMay 12, 2022
A bid to reduce the impact of labour shortages by lifting wages cost Silver Fern Farms Ltd an extra $40 million in 2021 and shareholders have been warned this may…

Lamb exports outpace averages

ByAnnette ScottMay 11, 2022
Despite supply chain challenges and processing delays lamb export prices have soared to an unseasonal all-time high. Continuing the run of record high monthly lamb average export values (AEV) since…

Conscious consumers could reignite wool preference

ByNeal WallaceMay 9, 2022
The planets may finally be realigning for wool as the world starts questioning the impact of synthetic fabrics, woolclassers were told last week. Several industry representatives who spoke at the…


Search for best in international business begins

Search for best in international business begins

ByStaff reporterMay 2, 2022
Entries and nominations are now open for the New Zealand International Business  Awards (NZIBA). The awards celebrate the global success,…
Dairy’s on solid ground

Dairy’s on solid ground

ByCameron BagrieApr 4, 2022
Economist Cameron Bagrie says while there are some areas of agriculture that are concerning, he is not worried about the…
US-China sanction threat could hit home

US-China sanction threat could hit home

ByNigel StirlingMar 25, 2022
Rabobank’s Singapore-based global analyst Michael Every said China’s condemnation of sanctions against its ally Russia was frustrating the US and…
Dubai Expo2020 a shop window during covid restrictions

Dubai Expo2020 a shop window during covid restrictions

ByRichard RennieMar 23, 2022
New Zealand’s Expo2020 pavilion theme plays strongly on iwi values of Kaitiakitanga and protection, with the theme “care for people…
UK free trade agreement signed

UK free trade agreement signed

ByStaff reporterMar 1, 2022
The agreement was signed in London by trade minister Damien O’Connor and the UK secretary of state for international trade…
Fonterra halts dairy exports to Russia

Fonterra halts dairy exports to Russia

ByStaff reporterFeb 28, 2022
Russia has historically been one of Fonterra’s top butter markets and the cooperative has a Moscow office.Fonterra has suspended shipments…
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