FEDERATION OF AUSTRALIAN WOOL ORGANISATIONS
The Australian Wool Industries Secretariat provides administrative and advisory support to the Federation of Australian Wool Organisations (FAWO).
FAWO provides Australia's membership of the Australian National Committee of the International Wool Textile Organisation.
With virtually all industry sectors as members, FAWO can also be regarded as the peak industry body in Australia and is used for addressing major local issues.
Members of FAWO
David Mitchell - AWH
David Michell - ACWEP
Mark Grave - AWEX
Michael Jackson - AWTA
Chris Wilcox - NCWSBA
Stuart McCullough - AWI
Richard Halliday - WoolProducers
FAWO & IWTO
Meetings & Events
Dear Ms Heaney
We are pleased to advise that Federation of Australian Wool Organisations has been nominated for a 2014 Australian Biosecurity Award.
The Australian Biosecurity Awards recognise individuals and organisations who have made an outstanding contribution to maintaining Australia's biosecurity integrity across the continuum – offshore, at the border and onshore.
Federation of Australian Wool Organisations has been nominated by Department of Agriculture officers, Ms Desley Darby and Dr John Stratton. Federation of Australian Wool Organisations is recognised for its forward planning and leadership amongst industry partners to enhance emergency animal disease and Foot-and-Mouth Disease preparedness as a national priority, particularly throughout 2012–13.
Nominations for the 2014 Australian Biosecurity Awards will be assessed by a selection panel, comprised of departmental executives. Should Federation of Australian Wool Organisations be deemed a winner of an Australian Biosecurity Award, a representative of the company will be invited to attend the awards ceremony, to be held in Canberra at the ABARES Outlook conference dinner on Tuesday, March 4 2014.
The Department of Agriculture will publicly celebrate the achievements of all organisations nominated for an Australian Biosecurity Award through a media release and correspondence to industry.
Congratulations again on your nomination,
Phone 6272 3938 | Fax 6272 4870
Department of Agriculture
Please see the link to the Department`s website honouring yours and other nominees for this year’s biosecurity awards.
The page also contains information regarding nomination eligibility criteria and winners of the 2013 ABA.
Subsequently, further promotion of the ABA 2014 nominations will be highlighted through the Departmental Media Release and Biosecurity Bulletin.
Dr Paul Swan (Australian Wool Innovation)
with Bianca Heaney & Robert Ryan OAM
of Federation of Australian Wool Organisations
Nanjing Wool Market Conference is an annual meeting for global wool people to gather together with the aim to discuss current issues of the industry, future developments as well as new market opportunities. Participants include growers, traders, primary processors, spinners, weavers and garment manufacturers, together with organizations involved in the wool-related pipeline.
From 16 to 18 September 2017, Nanjing will host the 29th NWM Conference. As a delegate, you can be part of the following: The 29th NWM Conference Plenary, The 9th Global Wool Summit, The 7th International Wool Salon, Wool Trade Fair, Cocktail Party and Banquet.
Conference Time :
16th September, 2017(Registration)
17th—18th September, 2017 (Conference)
Conference Location: Inspirock Hotel - Zhenxing Road, Tongxiang, Zhejiang Province, China
The China Australia Joint Working Group on Wool attended the Nanjing Wool Market Conference in Sanya, Hainan Island, China during 12-15 September 2012.
The Group have been working on various issues over the past 12 months and have just completed the “General Terms & Conditions Governing the Purchase of Australian Greasy, Scoured Wool, Carbonised Top and all other Type of Wool Fibres”.
The highlight of the conference was the signing of the General Terms & Conditions by Madam Peng Yanli, President of CWTA and Mr Robert Ryan, Chairman of the Federation of Australian Wool Organisations. (below)
Mr Xu Wenying, Deputy Chairman of China National Textile Industry and Apparel Council and Mr James Lee, Counsellor Agriculture (Policy),
Australian Embassy Beijing presented a certificate of appreciation to the Working Group.
The Revised Terms and Conditions for Trade in Wool Between China and Australia have now been distributed to all
Members of the Australian Council of Wool Exporters & Processors and non Members.
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