NEW ZEALAND: Japan's Sumitomo Plans NZ$10m Expansion
The Japanse owned Sumitomo Corporation is planning a NZ$10 million expansion of its South Island works at Oamaru. The aim is to enable the plant to process more New Zealand grown wool on the spot. At the heart of expansion is a new 3,500 square metre warehouse. Dyehouse facilities will also be upgraded and overall the aim is to increase both the mill’s capacity and its turnover by 25 per cent.
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