AWTA’s Product Testing division aims to provide the highest quality service for its clients. To achieve this we have been making changes to the way we book samples in, process them through our various laboratories and provide reports.
On average, the AWTA Ltd laboratory staff find contamination or non-wool material in the samples of four lots each and every week. After further investigation, usually involving the inspection of the wool by emptying the bales, about half of these lots are confirmed to contain contamination.
AWTA's Brisbane Office has relocated from Redbank to Rocklea.
The monthly comparisons of Total Lots, Bales and Weight for January 2013 compared with the same period last season are:
+8.1%, +12.3% and +12.2% respectively.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved AWTA Raw Wool website.
The launch of the new website, with a fresh new look and modern design offers quick and user-friendly navigation to essential information on Wool Testing and the broader AWTA Ltd group.