Live animal exporter hit with second licence suspension

Live animal exporter hit with second licence suspension
 

A company in the Emanuel Exports group has been hit with a fresh live export licence suspension, preventing a new plan to export 60,000 live sheep to the Middle East.
In a midnight announcement, the Department of Agriculture said it had suspended a second live export licence, after a reshuffle of directors in the Emanuel Exports group of companies attempted to sidestep the first suspension.
In June the department suspended the licence of Emanuel Exports, the company that stocked the Awassi Express which lost 2,400 sheep due to heat stress in 2017, pending a review into a separate incident.... read more

 
12 July 2018 in World News, Views: 138
Source: Guardian
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