serving rural Australia since 1944

Charles Missen Fraser and his wife, Edna, founded the business in 1944. Charlie was financed into the transport business by 
his grandfather who prophetically declared "one day you will own a fleet of trucks". Charlie Fraser operated a single Ford truck, carrying chickens and hay in the Warwick district before concentrating on livestock transport. By the 1960s the fleet had grown significantly as a second generation moved into the business. The modern Frasers Livestock Transport is owned and operated by Ross, Leslie and Peter Fraser. The family company has developed from a single-truck operation to a fleet of more than 50 prime movers and 150 trailers operating in single, Double, B-Double, B-Triple  and roadtrain configurations.

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Charlie Fraser's Ford truck of 1944 contrasts with a modern Kenworth from the Fraser fleet
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