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How hard do you need to be to handle a cargo of crocodiles? For a Northern Territory task, the UD Quon that Innisfail Carrying Company (ICC) MD Lance Law won for a year was fitted with a refrigeration unit to keep the latter-day dinosaurs at a quiet and comfortable 25 degrees for their journey east.

That is a pretty fair way away from Queensland’s north coast, where the Quon has been put to the sort of stern test UD was hoping for when it launched the exercise.

After UD organised its placement from Brisbane to ICC’s Townsville Carrying Company (TCC) operation, run by brother John Law – as Lance said it would six months ago on being presented with it – the Quon was quickly put

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