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Started by Neville Wilson. Last reply by Wayne Apr 23, 2012.
Started by RobRocks&Coolgirl. Last reply by Neville Wilson Aug 26, 2011.
@Jared, Thanks for your advice and the link, I will see how it will go :)
Dairy export is heanily regulated in New Zealand. basically unless you are a huge corperate you wont be getting any milk directly from producers. However you can probably obtain various powdered products from fonterra.. but these will be consumer products.You might have better luck looking in Europe.have a look on the KEA website - maybe you can find some one doing similar imports fro NZ there.. or maybe even find someone with a product they wish to export. http://www.keanewzealand.com/
@Robert, that's the point, I just start it and we are not looking for big or biggest brands here. we are looking for some local milk powder factories with their stable yield and good quality and who're willing to expand their market. But I appreciate your comments. thanks :)
@jass. I doubt you will be doing any business with Fonterra. Whatever you think is big, think again. If you are dealing with milk powder and don't even know who the world's biggest dairy company is....
@EK, thanks for letting me know, may you tell more about Fonterra? Since what we're going to buy is a increasingly big quantity that we would want to start business with some milk powder factories who want to expand. BTW, we have the legal licence.
Hi Jass, have you done the groundwork first, if you are importing anything but Fonterra, you may not have any problems.
I currently bring it over myself, with the addition of cheese and milk.
hi everyone! We're going to import infant milk powder to China now, does anyone happen to have contact, feel free to contact me by web message.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Another broadcasting legend has passed away.
Broadcaster Kevin Black died suddenly last night, at the age of 69.
He made his name in Auckland radio in the seventies and eighties and became renowned for his on-air pranks.
Kevin Black worked for a number of radio stations, including Hauraki and Classic Hits.
He retired from full time radio in 2009.
'Blackie' is being remembered as a legend of broadcasting - and a cheeky one at that.
John Hawkesby, close friend and former colleague, says Blackie was a man with a sharp wit, and great sense of humour.
"He was a slightly naughty boy, but he would give you the shirt off his back.
"He was just a lovely, lovely, genuine guy."
John Hawkesby says Kevin Black has died just short of his 70th birthday, but he was young at heart, and always lied about his age.
Another one of his former colleagues at Radio Hauraki, Phil Gifford, says his prank calls were legendary.
"One of the things about Blackie's candid calls, unlike some of the more recent ones ended tragically, was that they always were extremely good natured and extremely good humoured at heart, and extremely funny."
Phil Gifford says Blackie was one of the nicest men who ever drew breath.
He says his shock death will be felt deeply by all those who knew him.
"The biggest thing about the man, really, was that there was not a malicious bone in the guy's body.
"He was one of the nicest men who ever drew breath. That, I imagine, is one of the reasons he was so extraordinarily popular."
Phil Gifford also says Blackie lied about his age for years, but the man is timeless.
Hello kiwis. Any football fans here? We now have an official Wellington Phoenix supporters cell in Hong Kong, the purpose being to get together to watch games. Find us on facebook or send me a PM. Cheers, Steve
I do remember Blackie on hauraki
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