Committed to keeping Australia moving

To deliver the most hard-wearing and innovative trailers in the market, while helping fleets maintain optimal uptime, Krueger Transport Equipment doubles down on its spare parts and service coverage. The Victorian trailer builder adds tremendous value to Australia’s industrious road transport industry with its national reach and enhanced e-commerce capabilities.

Krueger Transport Equipment is helping national freight carriers and smaller road transport operations across Australia remain competitive and highly efficient at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. With access to a vast selection of truck and trailer componentry, the business has also invested considerably in its online presence to provide a level aftermarket service and support that leads the market.

In-house upgrades and the launch of a spare parts website ensures that the trailer builder has every base covered for Australia’s fleet operators.

In addition to leading the way in e-commerce, Krueger’s premium customer experience is complemented by company-owned brick and mortar sites that facilitate sales and rental options in Perth and Adelaide along with a complete sales, service, parts and rental package in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Managing Director and founder, John Krueger, is proud of his 100 per cent Australian owned and operated enterprise that stands tall as a key supplier for transport and logistics businesses.

For more than 40 years, Krueger’s expertise in technical development and manufacturing has resulted in the production of remarkably versatile trailers that deliver peak operational performance.

“Our business has been built around offering a ‘one-stop shop’ for the country’s transport needs,” he says. “If operators are in a position to purchase a new trailer to add to their fleet or are able to utilise the current company tax incentives, we are ready and willing to take orders and can supply the highest quality equipment available in Australia.”

In addition to its versatile curtainsided Kurtainer design, Krueger also manufactures and leases open decks, skeletal trailers and freezer and dry vans featuring state-of-the-art innovation in load restraint as well as improvements for optimal vehicle operator safety.

Krueger also provides the road transport industry with used semi-trailers.

“If a business cannot justify a new trailer right now but business demands have risen due to the unprecedented demand for services, our used trailers can be ready to add to a fleet in a matter of days,” said John Krueger.

Primed and ready to assist heavy vehicle operators across the entire essential services supply chain – from linehaul to intrastate to final mile – Krueger’s national support capabilities are extensive, including fixed priced servicing, spare parts, refurbishment options, smash and damage repairs, conversions and chassis/body modifications for all trailer makes and models.

“At Krueger, we can promise quick turnaround times so that fleets are back on the road with as little disruption to their business as possible,” said John Krueger. “We have you covered.”

Krueger also provides onsite and emergency vehicle support as well as a dedicated spare parts division to ensure Australia’s fleets remain busy, especially when they are in high demand.

“Krueger provides full technical service and parts support via a dedicated Australia-wide network,” said John Krueger. “More than ever we are committed to strengthening our customer relationships through innovative customer service covering the needs of our industry from top to bottom for all our clients’ trailer requirements.”

Regular trailer servicing, according to Krueger, not only helps to minimise costly downtime due to breakdowns but also ensures equipment is performing at its best. Vehicle uptime is especially critical in light of the country’s need to keep trucks on the move.

For more than two decades, Krueger Transport Equipment has continuously developed the company-owned Road Friendly Suspension (RFS). This gear is optimised for low tare weight and improved equipment longevity, which John says is ideal for truck-trailer combinations operating under some of Australia’s harsher roads and weather conditions.