The RLX initiative focuses on developing regionally significant modern livestock facilities within strategic locations, chosen for stock numbers, transport efficiency and long term sustainability.
There are currently eight sites within the portfolio:
- Central Queensland Livestock Exchange (CQLX) at Gracemere QLD
- Inverell Regional Livestock Exchange (IRLX) at Inverell NSW
- Hunter Regional Livestock Exchange (HRLX) at Singleton NSW
- Tamworth Regional Livestock Exchange (TRLX) at Tamworth NSW
- Central Tablelands Livestock Exchange (CTLX) at Carcoar NSW
- Northern Victoria Livestock Exchange (NVLX) at Barnawartha VIC
- Central Victorian Livestock Exchange (CVLX) at Ballarat VIC
- Corangamite Regional Livestock Exchange (CRLX) at Camperdown VIC
Meet our Team
The RLX portfolio is managed by AAM Investment Group who employs 50 full time and 230 casual staff. AAM invests heavily in the training of our staff to ensure we can offer the greatest experience to both vendors and livestock when they attend our facilities.
AAM is committed to achieving best practice animal welfare outcomes at all RLX facilities and as such we are pleased to lead the industry in adopting low stress livestock handling techniques. Our operational staff are trained in all aspects of animal welfare, humane destruction methods and safety specific to their role.
Our Management Approach
Our management approach aims to empower our operational staff to deliver superior outcomes to our clients by ensuring they all feel connected to our business, our goals and the overall outcomes we seek to achieve for our customers and the wider community through our facilities.
Our managers are committed to delivering a lasting sustainable legacy for regional and rural Australia and the livestock industry as a whole through the positive outcomes the RLX initiative delivers whether you buy or sell 1 or 100,000 animals a year.
RLX sites provide a powerful forum for producers both large and small to capitalise the returns from their livestock enterprise by maximising buyer competition and market exposure.
The development and adoption of new technology has been a core component of the success of the RLX initiative with the adoption of automated weighing and processing systems, incorporation of online technologies to enhance pre-sale marketing opportunities and the availability of objective market data. Additionally facility designs have achieved enhanced animal welfare outcomes, improved operator safety and whilst simultaneously delivering greater profitability for our clients.
Workplace Health & Safety
Each RLX site has a site specific WH&S procedures developed to ensure compliance with Work Health and Safety Legislation, associated regulations and the exceed the standards set by industry codes of practice.
Safe Work Procedures take into account specific requirements of each respective component of core activities conducted on the facility.
RLX sites comply with a range of regulatory requirements, codes of practice and quality assurance programs.
These include Animal Biosecurity, Welfare and Traceability requirements; Fire Safety, Food Safety, and Work Health and Safety; Environment Protection legislation; European Union, AusMeat and NSQA accreditations and Heavy Vehicle Fatigue Management and Chain of Responsibility Legislation.