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Mohair South Africa paves the way to a bright new future

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For more than forty years, number 4 Jochla Road in Port Elizabeth has served its purpose as the home for all Mohair business activities in South Africa.

A leader in Mohair production, South Africa produces 53% of global mohair production and together with Lesotho, produces 70% of world production, thus making Africa a prominent continent for its excellent quality mohair.

The majority of the world’s mohair is processed in tow plants in the Eastern Cape, with two dedicated Mohair spinners in the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan, and Port Elizabeth as home to the biggest Mohair broker in the world, CMW. Making Port Elizabeth the Mohair capital of the world, CMW holds a title worth honouring.

The infrastructure of Port Elizabeth has evolved so drastically over the past few years that it became evident that Mohair had to find a more centrally located venue for its headquarters.

After in-depth research on locations and many months of talks and negotiations, construction on the new site began. 8th April 2015 marked an historical event for the Mohair industry as they celebrated the official sod-turning ceremony for the new headquarters on the corner of Fordyce Road and Sixth Avenue in Walmer, Port Elizabeth.

 

 

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