Based in the heart of the Port of Newcastle, Minion Enterprises is counteracting the end of the mining boom by continuously adding value to its service offering.
Relying almost entirely on PBS-approved high productivity equipment, Cartage Australia’s leadership team has created one of the most innovative bulk haulage businesses in the world. But the journey doesn’t end there.
Kings Transport started out in the taxi truck business and can now boast a fleet of 1,500 company-owned and sub-contracted pieces of equipment – placing it right in the middle between too small to invest and too big to move.
Forging strong relationships has allowed SRT Logistics to service some of Australia’s most time-conscious businesses while battling with Tasmania’s unpredictable climate, difficult landscape and the tumultuous Bass Strait.
Capitalising on Sydney’s building boom, local family business Moits continues to add capacity to its 50-strong fleet.
Mindful of the dangers facing tanker transport, FBT Transwest is doing what it can to help build a safer transport industry, including taking on training initiatives and working with associations to spread awareness.
When it comes to achieving higher levels of efficiency and productivity, Tony Noske is one fleet owner who knows the true value of innovation and looking beyond accepted practice.
A commitment to doing things a little differently has led Melbourne’s Dutt Transport to become the go-to fleet for sensitive freight like shop fittings and retail equipment.
Servicing niche markets in mining, exploration and infrastructure development in some of the country’s most remote areas, Australian Truck Hire Company is a rental firm with a difference.
Queensland-based KKR Transport is no overnight sensation, rather it’s a company based on decades of experience in hauling fuel. that knowledge helps KKR maintain its reputation for safety and service excellence.
Patrick Logistics is a name synonymous with wharf haulage and shipping, but behind the scenes, the well-orchestrated operation delivers much more than just marine containers.
Long overshadowed by the mining boom, the crane truck segment has grown to become a sizeable market in its own right since the start of the decade – spawning a new entrepreneurial generation that is happy to seize an opportunity when they see it.
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