Tag Archives: Graham Lusty Trailers

PBS and INNOVATION | COMPANY PROFILE – Pushing the envelope delivers dividends for Porthaul

 Pushing the envelope delivers dividends for Porthaul.- Words by Ed Higginson, Images by Goodman Photography Consistent growth comes from a desire to always look for better ways of doing things, says the general manager of bulk transport and civil contractor Porthaul. James Williamson. With depots in Portland, Mount Gambier and Melbourne, Porthaul operates throughout South Australia, Victoria, NSW, and extending ...

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TRIPLE TREAT | TRAILER REVIEW – New Red Bull Holden Racing trailers designed and built by Graham Lusty Trailers

Transporting V8 Supercars has moved to new design heights with the latest designs of Graham Lusty Trailers Over the last few years, I’ve had the pleasure of showcasing a few race transporters from many different categories of racing. The first of these was the Triple Eight Race Engineering Red Bull Racing transporter around four years ago, and, with those trailers ...

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TRIPLE TREAT | TRUCK REVIEW – Red Bull Race Transporter

Transporting V8 Supercars has moved to new design heights with the latest designs of Graham Lusty Trailers Over the last few years, I’ve had the pleasure of showcasing a few race transporters from many different categories of racing. The first of these was the Triple Eight Race Engineering Red Bull Racing transporter around four years ago, and, with those trailers ...

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FILLING TIME – J.R Stephens & Co | Review

J.R Stephens & Co is the transport specialist for Brisbane’s landfill and resource recovery Moving the nation’s waste has become a highly specialised segment of the transport industry. Not only does it involve landfill and resource recovery, as the technology and infrastructure develops in an area it can lead to the creation of bio-generation plants and the production of green ...

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GREEN RECYCLING

How an idea about conservation became a major industry with a large involvement in transport Back in 2000, Geoff Harridge saw the opportunity to reduce the burning of timber waste by the Cypress timber industry and convert the material into usable bark and mulch products. With research, product development and a significant investment, Geoff finally developed his first Cypress product, ...

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Scania on Record

There’s more to selling trucks than negotiating a sales order form, with repair and maintenance contracts showing their importance. It’s great publicity for any truck manufacturer to supply a new conquest fleet with 30 of its latest vehicles. But in these days of key performance indicators and the increased tightening of chain of responsibility legislation, the sales order is sometimes ...

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