Beef Central’s exclusive Top 25 Livestock Transporters list for the first time ranks the nation’s largest stock transporters, by one-time uplift capacity. This authoritative list will be kept as a permanent feature on Beef Central to act as a handy reference tool for industry stakeholders. Click here to view.
Welcome to Beef Central’s Top 25 Livestock Transporters feature, profiling one of the most important, and often overlooked links in the complex Australian meat and livestock supply chain.
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One of the unexpected consequences of Beef Central’s recent Top 25 livestock transporters feature has been the accumulation of some award-winning images of transport operations. Here’s our photographic salute to the industry……Read MoreBeef Central, December 20, 2013
During the compilation of profile articles on companies appearing in Beef Central’s Top 25 transporters feature, we asked contacts to nominate the one issue that Canberra or their respective State Governments could address that would improve the performan..Read MoreJon Condon and James Nason, December 17, 2013
Who are the biggest livestock transporters in your State or Territory? In addition to its Top 25 national livestock transporters list which has grown gradually on Beef Central over the past three weeks, we have also prepared this separate list, highlighti..Read MoreBeef Central, December 17, 2013
A survey into road transport trends in Australian agriculture has provided some valuable insight into the ownership and use of heavy vehicles within the livestock and other farm sectors, and how that is changing…Read MoreJon Condon, December 16, 2013
Frasers Livestock co-principal and managing director, Ross Fraser, has taken an active interest in his industry’s affairs over many years – particularly in the lobby effort with Federal and State governments to improve the sector’s ability to efficiently ..Read MoreJon Condon, December 16, 2013
The six-deck triple road train has long been an iconic symbol of Australia’s vast northern cattle industry, but in recent years even larger four-trailer combinations have been adopted as transport operators search for greater efficiencies.
Long-standing relationships mean a lot to the nation’s third largest livestock transport company, which next year celebrates its 70th year in business. Frasers Transport, established in 1944, may be the oldest substantial livestock carrier in the country…Read MoreJon Condon, December 13, 2013
Gavin O’Sullivan started O’Sullivans Livestock Transport in his hometown of Elmore in 1970 with the purchase of an International prime mover and a 34-foot, two-deck trailer, carting sheep and cattle into Bendigo and Newmarket sales…Read MoreJames Nason, December 10, 2013