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Aoyama to sign contract with Australian TMC
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Nov '10
The biggest suit retailer of the world is expected to officially sign a contract with The Merino Company (TMC). This deal is expected to have a significant bearing on the Australian wool manufacturers.

Aoyama, which is a retailer based in Japan, is likely to utilize TMC'S Balanced ZeroCO2 wool to manufacture a unique collection of carbon neutral suits, as per the deal. Aoyama has already started the work on this collection and the official signing is expected to further strengthen the three-year deal.

This contract is likely to provide steady as well as sustainable proceeds for the Australian wool farmers. The deal is expected to enhance the status of the company but also the Balanced ZeroCO2 brand. The contract is very significant for withholding the local jobs, safeguarding the incomes of the farmers as well as for supporting the environment.

TMC has disclosed that it is currently working with an environmental agency Landcare and the National Carbon offset Standard (NCOS) program of the Australian government to assemble carbon offsets for the Aoyama deal.

TMC is a company which is based in Australia and works with more than 400 local wool farmers to promote and sell wool to different companies beside the textile supply chain.


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