Our series to salute quality of business in the Rose City

PICK up a copy of this Friday's Warwick Daily News for the latest in our "business excellence" series profiling local firms that have succeeded in their chosen field.

This Friday we will feature one of Warwick's largest and oldest companies, Frasers Livestock Transport.

Other firms profiled in recent weeks include thoroughbred racing stalwarts Lyndhurst Stud, high-tech weather station manufacturer Environdata and Geoff and Rebecca Willett's Maydan Feedlot, best known for its wagyu beef.

Warwick Daily News general manager Bruce Partridge said he hoped readers were enjoying the series.

"Run under the banner of Warwick - Our Centre of Excellence, these stories are part of our drive to celebrate the many successful commercial enterprises in the region that provide jobs and drive our economy," Mr Partridge said.

"Some of our most successful businesses tend to hide their light under a bushel and we think it's high time that all changed - it's time to blow the trumpet.

"There are so many businesses which fit this bill that this series of articles will run for some time.

"Our thanks to those owners who have given us the chance to step behind the scenes so far and we look forward to continuing this series on a weekly basis."

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