Keus en Mollink is an International livestock transport company registered in the Netherlands and Germany. They have 65 drivers and is thus one of the biggest in Europe. Because of problems in the past, and because this company often transports animals to Turkey, Eyes on Animals was hired to give a training to 20 of their Hungarian chauffeurs to help improve their professionalism and animal-welfare. The training took place just outside of Budapest and consisted of 2 hours covering the legal requirements of the EU legislation on the protection of animals during transport but also 1 hour on practical tips on how to better handle, feed, water and care for animals in transit, during all types of unforeseen circumstances. Livestock driver Herman Klompjan, head of Klompjan Transport, assisted with the practical part of the training, having 25 years experience in the field and a good reputation. We were very pleased by the attentive behaviour of the drivers and their enthusiasm, asking many questions and showing interest in the discussions. We would like to commend the boss of Keus en Mollink for taking the initiative in offering additional trainings, such as this one, to their drivers. As long as animal-transport is to continue, we wish that animals be transported with the best care possible by professional and skilled drivers.