Appointment shows Michell’s confidence

THE finished product is ready for shipping from Michell Adelaide. Michell offers a unique aspect, being the largest buyer and processor of carding wools in Australia.
THE finished product is ready for shipping from Michell Adelaide. Michell offers a unique aspect, being the largest buyer and processor of carding wools in Australia.

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MICHELL is confident in the future of the Australian wool industry.

So much so, the wool processing company has appointed Kendall Byrnes as a wool marketing specialist based in Wagga Wagga, covering the Riverina and surrounding areas.

Kendall has worked in the wool industry for over 30 years and with his new Michell role he will add value to the bottom line for clients while complementing the existing team in Corowa.

From private treaty to the sale room, Michell has all the marketing options available to growers.

Michell Wool Pty Ltd is a family-owned Australian wool processor founded in 1870. Since 2010 Michell has expanded its operation offering growers more opportunities to market their wool, which include showing and selling wool through auction in Melbourne from all major testing sites in Australia.

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Michell have a comprehensive range of products for marketing wool.

Michell factories in Salisbury, South Australia and Suzhou, China process about 3500 bales per week.

Brothers, David and Peter Michell are heavily invested in the future success of the Australian wool industry, supplying greasy, carbonised, scoured and superwashed wool to clients throughout Europe, North America, Asia and beyond.

The increasing demand for all wool types has allowed Michell to expand its trading to include greasy wool, which includes all combing types.

This has enabled Michell to provide an efficient path from grower to processor and from grower to auction to maximise the grower’s returns.

Having a direct relationship with wool growers is beneficial to both Michell and wool growers.

It’s all about continuity of supply for Michell; in return they offer downstream feedback on wools, global market intelligence and lower selling costs for the grower.