The usual culprits are angry at hearing last week that the Government and the agri sector will work together to…
The birth of Westland Milk Products was an appealing story for all New Zealanders, not just West Coasters. It spurned the overtures of Fonterra and did it the West Coast way.
The big dairy processors in New Zealand are lifting payout forecasts for 2015-16 in a further sign of a rebound in global milk prices.
Hokitika-based Westland Milk Products, New Zealand’s second largest dairy co-operative, has lifted its payout prediction for the 2016-17 season to a net range (after retentions) of $5.30 to $5.70/kgMS.
Problems in the Chinese market and delays in commissioning its new nutritional plant are being blamed by Westland Milk Products for some of its recent financial woes.
Reviewing the nature of its cooperative structure will be a challenge for Westland Milk Products (WMP), says the outgoing chairman, Matt O’Regan.
Westland Milk Products has been named as one of four finalists in the Best Use of Design category for this year’s New Zealand International Business Awards.
Waikato milk processor Tatua Dairy has done it again -- topping last season’s milk payout, leaving Fonterra and other processors far behind.
Westland Milk Products has signed a joint venture agreement with leading paediatric milk formula company Ausnutria to create a new stand-alone infant formula blending and canning company to be called Pure Nutrition Ltd.