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Blog Posts

Crane Livestock Blog keeps our clients up to date on our industry, our community, our standards and job opportunities.

A Hot Start to the Year

17 January 2020

Happy New Year everyone!We hope you have had a lovely Christmas and New Year break and are refreshed ready for 2020.This year we have welcomed two new members to our team, Nathan and Geoffrey. Nathan has taken on the challenge of carting sheep and has been quite enthusiastic about learning...

Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!

17 December 2019

As the end of the year is close by, we are looking forward to the company expanding…..A new set of custom-design convertible crates are due to arrive before the end of the year.We have also introduced 2 new full time drivers, James (JB) and Matt. Paul has also joined the...

Growing Continues...

17 September 2019

As our company continues to grow, we welcomed Jeremy (George) Hyde and Steve (Sauce) McIntosh into our team in June as a full time drivers. We have also recently had Bronte Casanova join us as a relief driver. In our office, we have had Stacey learning some of our administration tasks,...

Road Trains

17 September 2019

With the Riddoch Highway having Road Train access, it opens up new limited opportunities for saving on freight from the North and West directions. We have recently completed Road Train and B-triple work, and are currently in the process of setting up the crates to continue fulfilling our clients increasing...

Newbies

10 May 2019

We would like to introduce 3 new employees into the Crane Livestock team. Jake and Linden have joined us as full time B double drivers and Stacey as a general maintenance person. Unfortunately Ian (Snow) Gould moved onto a new job and we wish Snow well in his new career!...

Out of the ordinary

13 February 2019

On Friday, some of the drivers were lucky enough to experience something out of the ordinary…...loading and carting deer! As deer can be frightened easily and can jump over 6ft, a tarp was used to cover the back of the B trailer to prevent the deer from jumping out. So...

New Year Update

1 February 2019

Welcome to 2019! We hope you had a safe and joyful Christmas and New Year. Thank you all for allowing us to continue our professional services with our existing and future clients. Looking back to 2018, we achieved many goals as a company. We have introduced two employees to the...

A Load of Crap?

27 January 2017

NSW is charging livestock carriers $550 for minor effluent spillages, and has the potential to go nationwide. At Crane Livestock Transport (CLT) we believe the livestock transport industry has been very proactive in reducing the amount of effluent on our roads. This was done without any legislation being put in...