Mitex Holland is a well known brand in the African fashion market. For more than 40 years our family company has brought you new and innovative fabrics. Nowadays we bring you the best quality in designs and fabrics under our own label Mitex Holland. Our fabrics are sold in our own retailshop in Helmond, The Netherlands, as well as through our worldwide dealer network. If you are not able to visit us or your local dealer you can always find our fabrics on our webshop.
Lurex is the registered brand name of the Lurex Company, Ltd. for a type of yarn with a metallic appearance. The yarn is made from synthetic film, onto which a metallic aluminium, silver, or gold layer has been vaporized. "Lurex" may also refer to cloth created with the yarn.
The Dutch East India Company and the Dutch West India Company established colonies and trading posts all over the world, including ruling the northern parts of Taiwan between 1624–1662 and 1664–1667. The Dutch settlement in North America began with the founding of New Amsterdam on the southern part of Manhattan in 1614.
Gold Fields Limited is a globally diversified gold producer with nine operating mines and one project in Australia, Chile, Ghana (including our Asanko Joint Venture), Peru and South Africa, with
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In 1791, the company's stock was bought by the Dutch government, and on 1 January 1792, all territories previously held by the Dutch West India Company reverted to the rule of the States General of the Dutch Republic. Around 1800 there was an attempt to create a third West Indian Company, without any success.
The company has just wrapped up a $10m capital raising that ensures that it is funded to keep the drill bit spinning at its highly prospective projects. “We delivered a maiden resource in the Stawell Corridor at the end of March and we’ve got a plan to further increase that,” Holland added.
In more good news, the company has appointed current non-executive director, Martin Holland, to an executive role as OzAurum’s head of corporate to allow managing director and CEO, Andrew Pumphrey, to focus on the geological and technical aspects of exploration at the Mulgabbie and Patricia Gold projects in WA.