Since 1999, Terra Lana has been all about using natural resources and sustainable systems to make better products.
We harnessed the unique qualities of wool to make superior performance products that enrich your comfort and health, save energy, and all while protecting our environment. How? By using natural, recycled and renewable resources and a conscientious approach to manufacturing.
TERRA LANA means EARTH WOOL.
'WOOL' is a remarkable natural resource with unique qualities making it a superior material.
'EARTH' is the land we all stand on—we need to look after it, so that's our prerogative in how we do things.
We believe the use of natural materials to develop products can not only give superior performance but be better for our health and the environment. That’s why we're passionate about using wool. It's an abundant natural New Zealand resource that is sustainable, renewable, and environmentally friendly.
Terra Lana takes pride in minimising environmental impact in our manufacturing process and that our products help others to do the same—through saving energy in healthier home environments. It's time to adopt more healthy and environmentally friendly practices and products to ensure we maintain a Land that is fit for future generations.
NEW ZEALAND MADE THROUGH AND THROUGH
Wool from hard-working Kiwi sheep. Quintessential Kiwi values—good old-fashioned innovation for maximum effectiveness, the best of quality, great value. All brought together in our Christchurch facilities.
In 1999 Terra Lana Products Ltd pioneered making insulation and eco-textiles from recycled wool, building on work done by the Wool Research Organisation of New Zealand (WRONZ, now AgResearch). We were the first New Zealand company with wool based insulation products appraised by BRANZ (2012).
Rapid growth due to the overwhelming demand for environmentally friendly insulation has seen us outgrow several premises. We now operate from our purpose-built factory and other facilities in Christchurch, New Zealand.
We distribute Terra Lana throughout New Zealand as well as export to Japan and the United States.