Primary Sector

CORRECT: Cavalier 'at least doubling' Aussie store presence

Staff reporters
Wed, 17 Feb 2021

Staff reporters
Wed, 17 Feb 2021
Cavalier Corp. is planning to extend its retailer network to a further 300 stores in Australia, chief executive Paul Alston has told BusinessDesk.It also plans to build on its small Asian and US businesses as part of its new global strategy.The Australian distribution expansion is an ambitious target for the born-again wool-only carpet manufacturer.It also experienced a 10 percent decline in woollen carpet sales volumes into Australia during its last 5-month trading period to November. Chief executive Paul Alston told an NZX retail investo...

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