Recipe for suc­cess

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FAM­ILY- OWNED MAN­U­FAC­TURER Vaw­drey has more than 40 years in the trailer game, and its pres­ence at the Bris­bane Truck Show this year high­lighted a strong pro­duc­tiv­ity fo­cus.

“PBS is alive and well, and we’ve got a range of ap­proved trail­ers on dis­play now,” Vaw­drey na­tional sales man­ager Justin Sim­monds says.

“We’ve got 26- pal­let op­tions, 14- pal­let high­cube 4.6m trail­ers run­ning un­der HML, we’ve got auto mezz deck de­vices, we’ve got auto cur­tain tech­nol­ogy – we’ve got it all on show.

“There’s a lot in the way of load re­straint and pro­duc­tiv­ity on of­fer, and the 22- pal­let freezer unit, which comes in at about 9.86 tonnes, is a pop­u­lar dis­play at the show for us.

“The LatchLiner buckle-less cur­tain sys­tem also drew a lot of at­ten­tion through­out the show.”

Sim­monds says a real ben­e­fit for Vaw­drey is its fo­cus on qual­ity man­u­fac­tur­ing and fam­ily- owned ap­proach to busi­ness.

“We’ve been in Aus­tralia for about 43 years now and we’ve got a very loyal fol­low­ing,” he says.

“We’re big enough to know and small enough to care, so we can build to a recipe rather than a price.

“We’re al­ways striv­ing and push­ing the in­dus­try and we have a few big sur­prises com­ing up so we aren’t sit­ting idle, that’s for sure.”

Vaw­drey’s 22-pal­let freezer unit, al­ready sold to HoyHaul, with an im­pres­sive tare weight of about 9.86 tonnes

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