Trailer Magazine sat down with Laurel O’Donnell, General Manager Supply Chain at Lineage Logistics, to discover what motivated her to embark on a career path in the transport and logistics industry.
Trailer manufacturer, Bruce Rock Engineering, was established in 1980 by Mike and Gay Verhoogt.
Early Transport Refrigeration Units (TRUs) were mechanical systems powered by basic diesel engines that used reciprocating compressors directly coupled to the engine. A series of belts and pulleys powered the other key moving components such as condenser and evaporator fans.
A&I Coatings is a family-owned paint formulating and manufacturing business based in Moss Vale, New South Wales.
When it comes to building bespoke trailers featuring the highest standards of quality and innovation, Tuff Trailers is right up there.
Established in 1988, Black Mount is a proud Australian owned family business. With depots located throughout Australia, the fleet comprises more than 35 tanker combinations, including purpose-built tankers with the capability to deliver from 28,000 litres to 60,000 litres.
It’s generally agreed that tyres account for a major proportion of overall truck running costs and that there’s a proven correlation between correct tyre pressures and maximised tyre life.
Inland Petroleum owner, Paul McCallum, and his son, Drew, are passionate about fuel and have a long history of providing fuel and lubricant solutions across central and western New South Wales. In 1986 Paul established Fosters Petroleum in Dubbo.
Quality, value for money and fit for purpose products are terms Ashley Dionysius, General Manager of Dionysius Transport, freely uses to describe his experience with CIMC Trailers.
Harris Automation Engineering specialises in the manufacture of a wide variety of trailers and bodies to suit the individual needs of its customers.