Concerned about cheap imports, Bremworth seeks clarity on what exactly is meant by new government directive.
Wool-based outfit makes history as it nets both Emerging and Supreme awards.
It’s early days, but pricing and demand have been lifting at wool auctions, mainly due to real improvement in wool quality.
Contamination issues are costing the industry money and contracts.
WDC working with industry to develop ‘micro-credentials’ for shearers and handlers.
‘Proud to be supporting Kiwi farmers and rural communities.’
Former CEO of Canterbury Rural Traders for 20 years has ‘extensive rural experience’.
Small budget and local talent produce compelling ad campaign for fibre in the home.
Synthetic carpets are getting a free ride from environmentalists, Alan Emerson says.
Clothing makers visit points of origin on South Island farms.
Solution dyed nylon under scrutiny after outcry over school carpeting.
Price is the closest strong wool has come to $4 a kilogram in several years.
Merger complexities and nationwide dearth of auditors blamed.
Daggy wool may have found its value once again thanks to an innovative new product.
Supply chain adaptations will see carpet maker source some yarn offshore and shift some of the production process abroad.
Doubling in domestic use of strong wool in the next two years forecast by industry body.
Revenue lift as carpet maker gets going with five-year transformation plan.
Premium fibre, say promoters of industry relaunch, is the G.O.A.T.
New boardroom leadership at world’s largest wool scourer.
New Zealand Natural Fibres (NZNF) is ramping up research as it looks to develop blended wool and hemp fibres for use in soft flooring and outdoor activewear.