History

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Bryton Wool is a Regional Wool Buying/Brokering business, and was first established in 1973 at Canowindra, in Central West New South Wales by Tony Jenkins. Bryton Wool was developed out of Tony's vision of giving the needs of the local growers an easier, more accessible greasy wool handling facility which is close to the point of production. In so doing, cost savings in transport and storage were very quickly achieved

 

Since it's establishment in 1973, Bryton Wool saw many changes until 1992 when Geoffrey and Sue Beath entered the business and it is now a leading central NSW based wool marketing organisations , expanding quickly through the 1990's when it saw the opening of a Store at Young with Dave Walsh servicing the needs of the Young and district growers, since then MACARR Wools of Crookwell was purchased and now in Conjunction with Peter Maher Wool Services In Forbes we have 4 centres covering the needs of growers from Braidwood and Tumut in the south to Stockinbingal, Caragabal, Forbes, Parkes, Trundle and Tullamore in the west, Yeoval and Euchareena in the North to Oberon and Burraga in the east which in turn saw us handling over 25000 bales in 2012. Bryton Wools success in the wool industry is owed to the continuing push for expansion, and keeping up with technology in an ever changing industry an example of this is we now offer electronic wool results complete with a video.

 

Bryton Wool was established with an objective of employing truly local people with local knowledge. This knowledge ensures that your wool returns the highest possible prices, this then benefits the local communities and Bryton Wool is 100% Australian owned. This is all achieved through the utilisation of the 4 warehouses located throughout the central/southern regions of NSW. With the changes to the industry over the years and wool production in these areas improving, the streamline handling of your wool ensures your cost are kept to a minimum. Today Bryton Wool operates from centres in, Canowindra, Young, Crookwell and Forbes and employs 12 full time and 4 casual staff.

 

Bryton Wool is a member of the Australian Wool Exchange, Private Treaty Wool Merchants of Australia and a foundation member of the Inland Wool brokers Association, which ensures representation in all sectors of the wool industry.