MaxiTRANS Sweeps Brisbane Truck Show Awards

CEO Presents Awards to Ballarat Staff

Australia’s largest trailer manufacturer, MaxiTRANS, has celebrated its haul at the 2017 Brisbane Truck Show Awards, the awards ceremony at the country’s premier transport equipment trade show, by holding a presentation to its staff of over 400 at its primary manufacturing facility in Ballarat, Victoria.

MaxiTRANS won four of the Brisbane Truck Show Awards for its Freighter T-Liner Mark II as well as its two spring-assisted load restraint gate options.

MaxiTRANS won four of the Brisbane Truck Show Awards for its Freighter T-Liner Mark II as well as its two spring-assisted load restraint gate options.

Managing Director and CEO Dean Jenkins said that the awards success could be attributed to the company’s hard working staff in the regional city. “This is a remarkable achievement and well deserved recognition for everyone on staff. From the team who contributed to building the show trailers, to the engineers, purchasing and operational staff working in the background, everybody has contributed in some way to winning these awards and we should all be very proud,” he said.

Beating an impressive list of other industry leaders, MaxiTRANS was presented with the following awards on night one of Brisbane Truck Show:

Managing Director and CEO, Dean Jenkins, presented the awards to the company’s 400+ staff at its manufacturing facility in Ballarat, Victoria, on Tuesday.

Managing Director and CEO, Dean Jenkins, presented the awards to the company’s 400+ staff at its manufacturing facility in Ballarat, Victoria, on Tuesday.

A number of MaxiTRANS staff accepted the awards at the ceremony in Ballarat on behalf of their colleagues, in what was a triumphant homecoming for the manufacturer and its prize-winning trailer.

The Freighter T-Liner Mark II removes up to 70% of the buckles required on a standard curtain sided trailer without loss of vertical curtain tension, via its patented non-slip buckle and curtain arc technology.

Freighter displayed its popular new T-Liner Mark II model which features up to 70% less buckles than a standard curtain sided trailer.

Freighter displayed its popular new T-Liner Mark II model which features up to 70% less buckles than a standard curtain sided trailer.

Freighter Hanging and Sliding Post Load Restraint Gates remove much of the weight of the gates when lifting them in and out of position, via a spring-assisted design. By removing weight from the gates, Freighter has significantly reduced the risk of shoulder sprains and strains, with significant work health and safety benefits.

“The recognition from the judges is testament to our innovation program focussing on increasing the operational safety and productivity of our products,” Dean said. “Over the past 3 years, via a list of product releases and upgrades, including those which won the awards in Brisbane, we truly believe that we have become the leading manufacturer of safe, efficient trailers in Australia and New Zealand.”

Freighter Hanging Load Restraint Gates remove much of the weight when lifting gates in and out of the vehicle, significantly improving operational health and safety.

Freighter Hanging Load Restraint Gates remove much of the weight when lifting gates in and out of the vehicle, significantly improving operational health and safety.

The Awards judges agreed, providing glowing feedback to Freighter’s winning products. “Safer, faster, better – Freighter’s T Liner Mk II offers significant benefits for drivers and operators alike,” they said. Regarding the company’s spring-assisted load restraint gates, they said “MaxiTRANS keeps pushing the boundaries of innovation across its range. This is exceptional R&D and practical for the supply chain.”

“If this was a team event for awards, they would be winning first place.”

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