Win a $160k custom-built trailer and $20k in gift vouchers with Truckline


Popular truck and trailer parts distributor and retailer, Truckline, is celebrating the company’s 70th anniversary in style from now through to the end of March 2023.

Together with eight of the company’s leading suppliers: Donaldson, BWI, Hella, Milwaukee, SKF, ITW, Meritor and Castrol, Truckline is offering its owner-driver, transport company and fleet operator customers the chance to win a prize package valued at over $180,000.

The major prize is a custom-built Freighter T-Liner Dropdeck Mezzdeck Trailer, built by MaxiTRANS and valued at $160,000, but the lucky anniversary competition winner also walks away with 10 x $2000 gift vouchers to spend.

To take part, just visit Once registered, an initial order of $1000 worth of purchases from any Truckline store earns the first competition entry, with each subsequent $500 worth of purchases automatically registering additional entries all the way through to the end of March 2023.

The Truckline story started in 1952, when company founder Lachlan Aitken started his truck parts business from his family home in the Sydney suburb of Kingsgrove.

Joined by his sons Tom and Robert, the company grew strongly, sourcing products from all over the world for North American, Japanese and European commercial vehicles.

In 1986, global heavy duty automotive component manufacturer Dana Corporation acquired the business and gave it the Truckline Parts Centre name. A solid five decades of growth followed with more than 30 branches established nationwide and a new owner, Iveco Trucks Australia, took over the business in 2000.

Nine years later Truckline became a part of Bapcor, Australasia’s largest automotive aftermarket specialised company, forming the core of the company’s Commercial Vehicle Division.

Truckline’s constant growth trajectory has continued under Bapcor ownership with high inventory, new store layouts, new warehousing systems and the acquisition of the Gibbs Truck Parts business in 2021.

Truckline including Gibbs now has 42 store locations nationwide and is growing, offering more than 140,000 product lines including specialised driveline components, trailer products and accessories sourced from the world’s leading brands at highly competitive prices.

“From the very start seven decades ago, the Truckline story has always been about keeping Australia’s trucking industry on the move,” said Justin O’Brien, Bapcor Commercial Vehicle Group general manager.

“With this goal, the team at Truckline has developed many highly valued long term partnerships with our customers across Australia over the years.”

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