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WA growers to benefit from new Spearwood wool store
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Dec '11
Elders Limited has welcomed the announcement by AWH Pty Ltd to relocate to a modern warehousing facility within the Spearwood Distribution Park in mid-2012.

Elders Zone General Manager – West, James Cornish said West Australian wool growers will benefit from Elders and the selling centre moving into the new facility, just 200m from the current location.

“Having our show floor, selling centre and offices all in the same building will provide efficiencies for wool growers and all who use the facility,” he said.

The new wool store and selling centre has state of the art unloading facilities and is designed to have a quick turnaround for unloading of both large and small trucks and facilities for clients to inspect their wool alongside representatives from global wool buyers.

“Elders looks forward to meeting our clients at the new facility in 2012 and providing them with the opportunity to see first hand this latest investment in the WA wool industry,” James saiid.

“The wool industry has changed significantly over recent decades and the move to a modern and consolidated facility is a sign that wool handlers and brokers are adapting to grower requirements,” he said.

AWH Pty Ltd was established as a national logistics business in 1998. It was initially created to provide economies in warehousing and export services for Australia's wool industry.

Elders is one of Australia's most historic companies. Established in 1839, Elders has built an unmatched record and reputation as a trusted advisor, supplier and agent for Australian primary producers for 170 years.

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