Cavalier sees benefit in consumer shift from plastics

Gavin Evans
Mon, 29 Oct 2018

By Gavin Evans Oct. 30 (BusinessDesk) - Cavalier Corp says it is well-placed to take advantage of a growing consumer shift away from plastics. That trend fits well with the carpet maker’s renewed focus on its high-quality wool products, particularly higher-margin, niche opportunities and the potential of major markets like the US and UK, chief executive Paul Alston said. “Investment in research and development and creating ranges that command a premium is a priority and critical for our success,” he said in notes for the company’s annu...

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