Live export ban bill

Monday, June 06, 2011

Independant MP Andrew Wilkie wants to ban all live exports within three years.

The Tasmanian independent will meet with Federal Agriculture Minister Joe Ludwig this afternoon to outline his private member’s bill to immediately ban cattle exports to Indonesia and a three-year phrase out plan for all live trade.



Jandowae Company Reaches Worldwide

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

 Jandowae is the new home for an Australian company which markets its product around the world.

Aleis Pty Ltd provided an electronic product which could help producers monitor the performance of individual animals during their entire production cycle. Wambo Council Mayor Cr Mick Cosgrove said they were thrilled to have an industry in Jandowae with such relevance to Queensland and Australia alike.

"It is a marvellous boost for the town to have industry coming into it like this - it was what we have dreamed of getting," Cr Cosgrove said.

Aleis Pty Ltd Director, John Finlayson, said the company could gain many things from operating in a place like Jandowae. "We wanted to set-up our own buildings to manufacture our product and wanted to be in the area where we market our product," Mr. Finlayson said.

"People are keen and there has been a lot of co-operation with the Wambo Shire Council as opposed to the cities where they put obstacles in the road," Mr Finlayson said.  The factory was being built, then two offices, and perhaps a third building which, in total, could employ as many as 25 people at the company. The situation in the long term makes it more competitive and then there is the general atmosphere in the country town where people are that much more friendly and work better," he said.

Wambo Shire Council chief executive officer Cohn O'Connor said the company's importance would only grow with the introduction of the National Livestock Identification scheme. "Other industries will sit up and take notice," Mr O'Connor said. "It is a well established business which says to the world we can operate from a country town.  It says to other companies that there is no reason why a company cannot operate efficiently from Jandowae," he said.

Wambo Shire Councillor Tom Bradley said council's aim was to make it as easy as possible for the company to move to Jandowae and said there would be significant economic benefits as a result.



ALEIS: Market Leader in National Livestock Identification Systems

Monday, May 30, 2011

Livestock RFID ProductsWith 20 years of experience up their sleeve,  Aleis has achieved a reputation as the world's leading manufacturer of radio frequency identification devices (RFID) for the livestock industry since 1987.  Aleis technologies make it possible to record and track a nation's entire livestock herd from birth to slaughter and beyond.

Aleis offers fully automated portable or fixed RFID scanning and reading equipment as well as integrated systems to all sectors of the livestock industry,  with over 98% of all sale-yard and abattoir installations across Australia.  Clients include producers, feedlots, live exporters, and agents.

Equipment comprises of portable wands, scale-mates, automated high flow lane readers, and antennas.
Aleis take pride in their product design features such as the ease of use, reliability, and the now legendary black box for data security.  Simplicity is a primary feature for the operator.  Two important benefits for end users are the time saved from using automated electronic systems and the definite improvements to work-place health and safety.  Readers and scanners can withstand the harshest of working environments providing a 30-hour battery life, clear visual displays, data link software, large data storage capacity, and blue tooth compatibility.
 
The Finlayson family have over 40 years of invaluable hands-on experience in the Australian livestock industry.  Recognising the need for livestock lifetime traceability, the business conducts an innovative research and development programme to continuously improve NLIS-compliant RFID/EID soft- and hardware technology.

A 100% Australian owned private company, Aleis is now situated at Jandowae in Queensland in a state of the art manufacturing plant.  The Aleis brand name is highly recognised and respected for its electronic ID/RFID readers and scanners throughout the world. Aleis International has supplied systems to Botswana, Brazil, Argentina, Brunei, Canada, Malaysia, Sweden, Vanuatu, and Italy.

In September 2000,  Aleis was granted the largest single order tender ever awarded for livestock RFID, supplying the Government of Botswana with over 700 portable and automated race systems with RF Links (cable-less communication) with not one warranty claim.

In 2002 Aleis won an Australian Government Technology Showcase prestigious award for the automated antenna's superior qualities. In 2003,  Aleis won a Queensland Government award for "Outstanding Achievement in Agribusiness."  Aleis was a finalist in the regional export awards in 2005. With fully trained technicians offering 24/7 support to all clients, the business has built a reputation for its outstanding quality, innovative features, and superior service.

Website: www.aleis.com



Aleis Readers Made of the Right Stuff

Monday, May 30, 2011

Aleis, a privately-owned Australian company, has developed the world's leading Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) readers and now supplies the Australian livestock industry and the rest of the world.

Established in 1981 by John and Dorothy Finlayson and their family, Aleis products were designed by engineers with more than 40 years of hands-on experience in the Australian livestock industry. Aleis has units in Australia, New Zealand, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Malaysia, Argentina, Sweden, Vanuatu, and Italy.

Made from the highest-quality products available, Aleis reading systems can withstand the harshest of working environments.  Aleis has an innovative research and development team, with a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant which keeps Aleis at the forefront of RFID technologies.

Aleis offers full automation with its own brand of portable and fixed RFID readers.  Aleis supplies to all sectors of the livestock industry; producers, feedlots, saleyards, live export yards, abattoirs, and industry.
Aleis readers have superior features, including:
• Inbuilt batteries offering up to 30 hours continuous use in portable units.
• Inbuilt batteries offering up to 10 hours continuous use in automated units.
• Storage of 10,000 to 100,000 RFID numbers.
• Digital screen views of RFID and NLIS numbers.
• The ability to enter data in readers for herd management_
• Read through to all major scales and software.
• User-friendly Aleis DataLink transfer software.

Aleis has a help desk of eight trained people to assist the original purchaser with technical support 24 hours a day, 7days a week  free of charge for the first 12 months.



RFID / EID Readers for the Livestock Industry

Friday, November 26, 2010

Aleis Pty Ltd – RFID Reader/EID Scanner specialists for the livestock industry.

Aleis Pty Ltd is a world leading developer and manufacturer of  RFID Readers/EID Scanners in all sectors of the livestock industry.  Our equipment is built specifically to cater to Cattle, Sheep, Deer, and Pigs.  With over 23 years experience,  we take great pride in ensuring we provide the best product on the market.

Whether it is for the benefit of improving your herd management or to save money on manual labour, the Aleis Pty Ltd product range of automated RFID Readers/EID Scanners should be considered.  Aleis Pty Ltd takes great pride in ensuring our customer service and support are second to none and, as the customer, you will always be our Number 1 Priority.

 It is through many years of experience listening to different livestock industry sectors that Aleis Pty Ltd has been able to generate a reputation as a manufacturer of quality, robust, and reliable RFID Readers/EID Scanners.

Each  Aleis Pty Ltd product developed goes through rigorous testing at an Aleis Pty Ltd testing facility prior to market release to ensure the product will meet individual market and industry sector requirements.

Newly released are the Aleis Pty Ltd RFID/EID VORTEX reader and the Aleis Pty Ltd Delta 6 RFID/EID reader for Sheep. These readers are yet another mark in history, allowing for sheep to run through a lane 3 to 4 abreast.

(Link to you tube video – need video of Delta 6)

For further questions or inquiries,  please see your specific country contact details.




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