Friday, 30 August 2013 13:04

Synlait taps into DIRA milk

Canterbury-based processor Synlait Milk says it has decided to take a "significant allocation" of milk from Fonterra as permitted under the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act for the year ending July 2014.

Published in General News
Monday, 05 August 2013 09:38

Synlait products safe

Synlait Milk has reassured its customers that all products it has manufactured are safe.

Published in General News
Tuesday, 23 July 2013 16:12

Synlait shares leap

South Canterbury milk processor Synlait Milk's shares jumped 58c shortly after its launch on the NZ Stock Exchange today.

Published in General News
Friday, 12 July 2013 15:52

Shake-up coming in dairy industry?

Federated Farmers believes the 7.5% shareholding in Synlait taken by FrieslandCampina Investments Holding BV1, a subsidiary of Dutch Dairy Cooperative giant FrieslandCampina, could shake-up the New Zealand dairy industry.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 10 July 2013 13:30

Synlait sets share price at $2.20

Synlait Milk has set a final price of $2.20 per ordinary share to be offered to institutions and selected NZX firms in its Initial Public Offering (IPO) which opens today (July 9).

Published in General News
Monday, 24 June 2013 14:16

Synlait Milk details IPO

Synlait Milk plans to raise $75 million new primary capital and will also hold a secondary sell down set at about $45 million.

Published in General News

Michael Stein, a former director of quality for one the world's leading companies in paediatric nutrition, will join Synlait Milk as general manager quality later this month.

Published in General News

A focus on relationships with some of China's leading dairy brands is earning accolades for Canterbury's Synlait Milk Ltd (Synlait).

Published in General News

SYNLAIT MILK is to spend $15 million on upgrading its special milks drier at Dunsandel to further tap the $15 billion a year demand for infant formula in China.

Published in General News

SUPPLIERS TO Synlait Milk can earn 6c/kgMS more for their milk next season, and possibly 12c/kgMS after that, if they achieve new, internationally accredited assurance standards.

Published in Agribusiness
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