The new CBH Rover mobile application has been developed to support site-to-site road movements for transport contractors moving grain for CBH.

With CBH Rover, transporters can self-serve at the weighbridge and complete site inductions prior to loading. It removes the requirement for transporters to carry paper forms when conducting a road movement, leading to quicker turnaround on site and less administration. The app also provides easy access to site information including operating hours and contact details.

CBH Rover will initially be available for a trial across sites in Area 7 in the Kwinana Zone. The trial will start mid-2018 and if successful, Rover will be rolled out across more sites.

Any transporter who carts grain for CBH at these sites, whether a primary contractor or a subcontractor, will be required to use CBH Rover.

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When we were given the chance by CBH to participate in the “be truck aware” campaign before harvest 2017-18 kicked off we jumped straight on it. At Cropline we value the safety of not only our drivers but the general public especially out on regional roads. The campaign was promoted through not only billboards in the southern region but also with vehicle mounted messaging in which Cropline participated in. We are pleased to see the below feedback through the CBH Grower 2017-18 post-harvest survey.


A massive thanks to everyone who donated to this great event as well as William Sutherland and Brad Livingstone who participated. Great effort by all.   


On the 11th of February the Tambellup Junior Tennis Tournament was held in Tambellup with Cropline being one of the main sponsors. We would just like to congratulate everyone who was involved and most importantly all the kids who participated and for their outstanding efforts.  


On the 31/10/17 CBH launched their road safety campaign which aims to educate drivers about the dangers they may face around trucks out on regional roads. The campaign which headlines “be truck aware” involves billboards being positioned in locations such as Esperance and Albany, where grain trucks and tourist are likely to interact.

The campaign focuses on three main heavy vehicle and light vehicle behaviours:

  •          Leaving adequate space around trucks

  •          Not stopping suddenly around heavy vehicles

  •          Maintaining attention during holiday driving


As CBH sub-contractors we have been given access to their magnets in which will be featuring on our trailers to help spread awareness of truck safety.