- Central Today November 2014
Central Today Nov 2014
- Farmers Transport - celebrates long service
Recently at their Christmas function in Hastings, over 190 staff and partners gathered from around the country to celebrate and recognize a significant number of long service awards with Farmers Transport. Click to read
- Elders Wool - features Farmers Transport
Elders Wool – features Farmers Transport. Click to read
- NAIT leniency is over
Country Wide reports that NAIT leniency is now over. Click to read
- CHB Mail article featuring Dave MacLean
Dave MacLean from Farmers Transport features in the CHB Mail. He talks about his life on the road. Click to read
- On the airwaves
Click to hear as Farmers Transport takes to the air Listen_here
- Only constant is change
Alaister Gray has seen some remarkable changes in livestock transport since joining the industry more than 35 years ago. The Gisborne branch manager for Farmers Transport thrives on change and the challenge of ensuring business remains viable through ever increasing regulation. Read full story
- I'm no hero, says keen eyed driver
THANKS A TONNE: Farmers’ Transport truck-driver Chris Tupaea is being praised after stopping to investigate a rural road accident in Elsthorpe on Friday night. A Waipukurau truckie is being hailed a hero after spotting a stricken motorist whose ute had rolled and slid 150m off a remote road in Central Hawke’s Bay. Farmers’ Transport driver...
- NAIT Regulations Passed
Regulations to support the NAIT scheme have been passed and will come into effect on 1 July 2012 The regulations can be found on the New Zealand Legislation website. You will be linked directly to the individual regulations by clicking on the headlines below: Obligations and exemptions regulations provide the detail of the obligations and...
- Animal Movements Goes Live
It is now possible to record animal movements in the NAIT IT System. Animal movements between locations with different NAIT numbers need to be recorded with NAIT within 48 hours of the movement taking place. Both the person sending and the person receiving animals need to record the movement (the receiver will typically just confirm...