Kai­waka: qual­ity weather gear

Farm World News - - Farm World 2016 -

Founded in 1975, the Kai­waka Cloth­ing Com­pany has grown from a sad­dler man­u­fac­turer into the lead­ing sup­plier of high-per­for­mance wet weather prod­ucts in New Zealand.

The fam­ily be­hind the busi­ness, the Ste­warts, are from a farm­ing her­itage of six gen­er­a­tions that spans from Scot­land to Nova Sco­tia so they have first-hand ex­pe­ri­enced what farm­ers need.

And that comes through in their no-non­sense ap­proach to de­sign and man­u­fac­tur­ing; to make clothes that will keep you warm and dry what­ever the el­e­ments throw at you.

The Ste­warts know from their fam­ily’s own ex­pe­ri­ence that peo­ple need gen­uine wa­ter­proof cloth­ing, with fully wa­ter­proof seams, be­cause they work in harsh con­di­tions for hours on end. This fo­cus on qual­ity and per­for­mance has en­abled Kai­waka Cloth­ing to be­come the largest sup­plier of qual­ity wet weather gar­ments to the sec­tor in New Zealand.

Kai­waka Cloth­ing has be­come a global sup­plier and con­tin­ues to grow, mov­ing its staff into a pur­pose-built new fac­tory ex­pand­ing the range of gar­ments it of­fers and mov­ing into other in­dus­tries where warm, dry func­tional cloth­ing is at a premium. These in­clude agri­cul­ture, con­struc­tion, deepsea fish­ing, aqua­cul­ture and food pro­cess­ing.

The com­pany’s val­ues of qual­ity, re­li­a­bil­ity and prac­ti­cal­ity have won it a loyal fol­low­ing both at home and now abroad not only in these com­mer­cial mar­kets but also in the re­cre­ational sphere.

Based in the ru­ral town of Kai­waka – the com­pany is com­mit­ted to man­u­fac­tur­ing in New Zealand where it can keep a close eye on the qual­ity of work­man­ship and ma­te­ri­als and en­sure that its own val­ues of in­tegrity and hon­esty are main­tained, while re­ward­ing your in­vest­ment with out­stand­ing NZ qual­ity and longevity.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion visit www.kai­waka­cloth­ing.co.nz

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