Leading Australian trailer solutions manufacturer and supplier, MaxiTRANS, is excited for the 2023 Brisbane Truck Show as it proudly showcases the range of brands and complete end-to-end solutions available under its banner.
With its equipment brands Freighter, Maxi-CUBE, Lusty EMS, Trout River and AZMEB showcased throughout the show.
“We are very excited to once again be a part of this great industry event to showcase the diverse product offering available under the MaxiTRANS banner,” said Kevin Manfield, MaxiTRANS general manager sales and marketing.
“The products on display sit under the common theme of ‘Freight it for life’, which is a demonstration of our total commitment to supporting customers for the life of our product.”
This show is a particularly special event for the company as it is the first since the MaxiTRANS business was purchased by Australian Trailer Solutions Group (ATSG).
Previously an ASX-listed company, in September 2021 the MaxiTRANS trailer business was acquired by ATSG, comprising a group of private investors, including a number of Ballarat locals.
Under new ownership, MaxiTRANS is committed to delivering high-quality Australian-made products, with a far-reaching network of after-market service and support that will continue to provide peace of mind for its customers and the wider transport network.
Leading the display will be two popular trailer models from Freighter. Firstly, a drop deck semi-trailer with ramps, which Manfield said has built a reputation in our industry as an iconic Freighter classic, as well as a drop deck T-liner featuring a revamped mezz deck design which customers will be able to see first-hand.
Another iconic product, the Maxi-CUBE Classic Reefer, will be on display offering an interactive experience for visitors to be able to walk inside the trailer and see the product up close.
For the bulk transport segment, we will have a Lusty EMS Chassis Tipper. While Trout River will feature a Live Bottom Semi trailer, an innovative product that utilises conveyor technology to unload product without the need to tip.
With space limitations on the MaxiTRANS stand, its Hamelex White product will not feature on display, however visitors can still discuss and explore the full MaxiTRANS range with its experienced staff during the show.
Lastly, we are excited to have an AZMEB Door Side Tipper combination at South Bank, which visitors are encouraged to check out when strolling along the display.
“One of our key priorities is to make sure that we are spending time with our customers to truly understand their business needs. It’s important that we listen to our customers to come up with the best possible solution for them. In line with this, we will see the return of a popular inclusion to the MaxiTRANS display with specialists in Performance-Based Standards (PBS) available on the stand during the show,” said Manfield.
“We’re inviting all visitors to come and talk to us about their freight challenges, including PBS.
“Whether you are new to PBS, or have some specific questions in mind, our specialists are here to help with your freight task and recommend the best possible solution.
“We are very excited for this year’s Brisbane Truck Show. As we saw with the 2021 show, the event is invaluable as it offers the opportunity to meet as many customers as possible in one location.
“It also allows our industry to come together and celebrate, highlighting the importance of our local industry and the vital role we all play.”