Western Australia-based transport company, Busselton Freight Services (BFS), was founded in 1983 as a sideline for the Price family’s Busselton supermarket.
Kim McDonald grew up in the transport industry with his family running milk tankers for a local dairy company. He started his truck driving career at the age of 18 and has been operating and maintaining heavy vehicles ever since.
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).