Law & Regulation

Bremworth spinning yarns over felting machine expert

Michael Andrew
Tue, 22 Mar 2022

Bremworth spinning yarns over felting machine expert
Bremworth's Whanganui felting plant. (Image: supplied)
Michael Andrew
Tue, 22 Mar 2022
NZX-listed Bremworth has taken high court action to accuse another carpetmaker of using its confidential information to produce felted yarn carpet. The litigation has come to light in a pre-trial hearing where Bremworth lost a bid to have one of its own employees inspect the machines of a former employee who it alleged misused confidential carpet-making knowledge.Bremworth – formerly known as Cavalier Corporation – was applying for an inspection order to inspect the machines and manufacturing processes of Pebblemill &ndash...

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