The Iceliner entered the Australian market in 2002, on the back of the extremely popular Vawdrey dryfreight FRP van, and has since developed a strong presence in the refrigerated transport industry.
ABC Transport was started with one truck to service remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory, Western Australia and Pitjantjatjara Lands of South Australia, at its peak servicing 35 Aboriginal Communities weekly, and has grown today to encompass 30 triple road trains plying the Stuart Highway – the north-south route that bisects the country – between Adelaide and Darwin.
Hyva and its Australian/New Zealand subsidiary Hyva Pacific is one of the world’s leading providers of innovative and highly efficient transport solutions for a range of sectors including road transport, construction, mining, materials handling and environmental services industries.
Based at Wingfield in South Australia, Advanced Transport Refrigeration + AirConditioning (ATR) has been in operation since 2005, providing a dependable service to the refrigerated transport sector.
Every day, the team at BOSS Hydraulics strive to maintain the highest product quality standards and provide superior technical customer service which is why they have been successful in delivering hydraulic solutions to the Australian and New Zealand market for over 35 years.
Every transport operator has specific requirements and parameters subject to the nature of the operation. When it comes to choosing a brand of trailer to purchase, these criteria, among others, come into play.
The road transport equipment building industry is dependent on high quality welding machines and highly skilled welders to produce trailers and tankers of a standard that the market demands. It’s for this reason, among others, that Welding Industries of Australia (WIA) offers the American-designed and built-to-last Miller Dynasty and Maxstar range of TIG Stick welding machines.
With any type of semi-trailer, having a chassis specification that’s suited to local conditions is paramount. Schmitz Cargobull has that box well and truly ticked now that the company has designed and developed its very own locally manufactured chassis in partnership with prominent Melbourne-based trailer builder, Bulk Transport Equipment (BTE).
The Rockinger RO 500 tow coupling has been sold by JOST Australia for nearly a decade. In that time, it has built up a loyal following among truck and dog road transport operators.
FCN connects businesses with effective supply chain options for refrigerated and dry goods distribution among other linehaul services. The latest Schmitz Cargobull B-double set to join the fleet demonstrates impressive fuel and thermal efficiencies.