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TAS Country : May 3rd 2012
24 Tasmanian Country Friday, May 4, 2012 Advertising Feature Australian Wool Network Impressive appointments at AWN TASSIE TEAM: Tony Bradfield, left, Mark Quartermaine and Brett Cox from Australian Wool Network. Australian Wool Network has announced the appointment of Tony Bradfield and Brett Cox to its Tasmanian wool marketing team. These men have an impressive track record and have a combined industry knowledge and expertise that is second to none.' --- AWN STATE MANAGER FOR VICTORIA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND TASMANIA,MARK QUARTERMAIN THE appointment of Tony Bradfield and Brett Cox to the Australian Wool Network Tasmanian team will ensure the state's woolgrowers continue to have a competitive choice in wool marketing, says AWN state manager for Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania, Mark Quartermain. Mr Quartermain said the latest appointments would add even greater depth to the company's wool market- ing team. ''These men have an impressive track record and have a combined industry knowledge and expertise that is second to none. ''They have each worked in the Tasmanian wool industry for a num- ber of years; they know what woolgrowers expect and importantly the best way to market Tasmanian wool types. ''If you combine their expertise and enthusiasm for the Tasmanian wool industry with AWN's worldwide net- work of strategic alliances and the company's overall approach to wool marketing and staff appointments, you end up with quite a formidable team.'' ''AWN has a track record of engag- ing only the very best in personnel; those who are passionate about the wool industry, can deliver the highest level of client service, wool technical and marketing advice,'' he said. Mr Bradfield said: ''I am excited to be part of a dynamic and progressive wool company which is committed to the wool industry, where its primary focus is on sheep and wool, delivering quality wool marketing options and offering growers unique supply chain alternatives.'' AWN services almost 5000 woolgrower clients across Australia offering an extensive range of wool marketing solutions including diver- sified selling, wool buying and price management solutions, sheep class- ing, ram selection and livestock sales. AWN's network of strategic al- liances with growers, exporters, top makers, spinners, weavers and re- tailers has enabled it to deliver on its promise of bringing woolgrowers and wool processors closer together. AWN is Australia's largest inde- pendent , Australian owned and operated wool marketing company. The company has established a number of international trading alliances to benefit woolgrowers producing a range of wool types from superfine Merino to Corrie- dale. ''We have a number of direct-to- mill orders including those specifi- cally seeking Corriedale type wools,'' Mr Quartermain said. ''We know Tasmania produces good volumes of this type of wool so we are keen to speak to growers interested in this processor ar- rangement. ''AWN is committed to wool and to helping woolgrowers prepare, mar- ket and sell their wool for the best possible price. ''The appointment of Tony and Brett along with our existing agent in Tasmania, Murray Best, will ensure that AWN can continue to deliver on this promise.'' Mr Cox said: ''It was AWN's commitment to wool and its reach throughout the wool processing net- work that impressed me the most. ''I am excited about the oppor- tunity of working for an independent wool marketing company and ex- panding AWN's presence in Tas- mania.'' For further information about AWN call Tony Bradfield 0418 750 009, Brett Cox 0499 772 517 or Murray Best 0419 373 862.
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