New Zealand's Clean, Green Image As Strong as Ever

PF Olsen is often approached by overseas organisations seeking to purchase logs or forest products.

In fact we have found a good gauge of market strength is the frequency of new enquiries. Currently such enquiries are strong.

Rest assured, however, that the enquiries come in a range of weird and wonderful forms and are not necessarily very specific or well-researched.

The following enquiry came to us via our web site recently:

"We are the major import and export company in the northwest of China .we get to know your company through the international trade committee of China. we need to import some flowers ,trees and grasses for wacthing. please inform us of the details of the required product above and  its price in dollars or Euro so as to facilitate  us choosing and purchasing."

Its nice to know that when someone thinks of buying flowers, trees and grasses they immediately think of New Zealand (however, I'm not too sure what "wacthing" is?). It's good to see that New Zealand's "Clean and Green" brand image is alive and well in international markets.

PS: If anyone would like to respond to this enquiry, I will gladly forward the contact details.