People often ask why they should buy a wool product instead of a synthetic one. Research has been done into the benefits of why wool is a superior fibre.
Seventeen members of our team graduated from the Leadership Development course run by Julie Rowlands of Staples Rodway last week.
Cavalier Woolscourers Awatoto site recently hosted a delegation of Farmers on behalf of one of its clients, Segard Masurel.
Contamination is a major known risk to machinery but as Farmers Weekly have detailed in their article, it can be a hazard to people also.
Cavalier Woolscourers are always looking for new ways to engage employees in the Health & Safety processes on site and make the experience positive for everyone.
Recent news articles denouncing sheep shearing practices have been published. These have been printed recently due to a campaign by PETA that state that sheep are hurt during the shearing process.
Cavalier Woolscourers recently renewed both BioGro and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) 5.0 accreditations, and are certified for Organic scouring at both of its sites.
Did you know that Cavalier Woolscourers recovers woolgrease from the wool scouring process? This grease is produced when the sheep sweats and exists on the skin and in the wool...
Cavalier Woolscourers are committed to a safe and healthy workplace for all employees and contractors. Central to this culture, we hold regular health and safety meetings and identify a project,...
As part of the continuous improvement that we pride ourselves on, management and staff from both Hawkes Bay and Timaru sites have been undertaking a Leadership Development course through Staples Rodway.