MD & CEO of Caason Group visits Aileron to express first hand appreciation of the contribution made by departing Station Managers
The Aileron Cattle station owned by the Caason Group, has been a beacon of hope and resilience in the Northern Territory of Australia, having emerged from the trials of drought and commercial hardships inflicted by a global pandemic. This achievement would not have been possible without the hard work of Craig and Sarah Cook who managed the property for over 8 years and will now take on wider responsibilities within another operation in the Northern Territory. Having taken the station under their care since 2015, the transformation of the 1million acre property and quality of the livestock to where it is now is testimony to them.
Craig Astill, the MD & CEO of Caason Group owners of Aileron Station, personally visited the Station last week to express his appreciation to the contribution made by Craig and Sarah Cook despite the many challenges they had been forced to overcome during their tenure. “I can only extend my sincere thanks to Craig and Sarah, for having carried out their responsibilities with such dedication. l along with my team look forward to continuing an ongoing professional and personal relationship with them” said Mr Astill. He went on to add that “the hard work and ethic displayed by Craig and Sarah leaves an indelible mark on the Aileron Station, and deserves to be celebrated as it has clearly paved the way for their successors to continue their good work”.
On behalf of the entire Group – Mr Astill wished Sarah & Craig every success in all their future endeavours.