Founded in 1861, the Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA) was a major British industrial conglomerate manufacturing military and sporting firearms, bicycles, motorcycles, cars, buses and bodies, among other things.
There are two major product groups under SAF-Holland’s axles and suspensions umbrella. INTRA: featuring a lightweight, fabricated trailing arm, rigidly connected or welded to the axle; and Modul: with its Z-shape design, 100mm-wide spring (single or twin) attached to the axle with U-bolts.
When you’re on a good thing stick to it. It might be a well-worn cliché but it certainly sums up the thought processes behind Midland’s decision to solely rely on Lucidity for the electrical fitout of its trailer builds.
The team at B&E Foods is very pedantic about the quality of its fleet and so far, TRS Thermaxx bodies have ticked all the right boxes for the business.
It was seven years ago that Pearce Smith Logistics’ owner and director, Justin Spencer, was first introduced to a BPW Transpec product. Quality and performance of the products and the customer service of the BPW team has made Justin stick with the company since then.
Haulage company KS Easter was founded in Newcastle 45 years ago by Managing Director, Ken Easter, who started out as a single truck owner-operator.
Until March 2012 Goran and Kevin both owned and operated a couple of trucks each when they decided to form one company – All Road Transport. From operating out of their home garages they went out to open their first warehouse in Derrimut, Victoria, within six months of establishing the company.