Freighter’s Mining Trailer Growth

Freighter’s Mining Trailer Growth

Gary Rogers runs a lucrative operation out of Brisbane’s transport hub of Rocklea. “We operate a premium service,” Gary said. “When we deliver, we deliver freight with care and timeliness.” He’s recently won a contract for the Gladstone coal seam gas project (GLNG) to deliver large diameter steel pipes from Gladstone to Injune. The Rogers Transport fleet consists of 150 pieces of individual equipment and includes 50 prime movers. When he won the contract Gary decided to buy a new set of flat top semi-trailers and turned immediately to Freighter Maxi-CUBE Queensland. “I’ve been dealing with for years,” he said. “They’ve changed their name recently to Trailer Sales, but nothing else has changed.” GLNG contract requires two road trains on the run delivering up to 16 pipes per day. Gary already had one Freighter flat top semi-trailer road train set, so he just placed an order for another. Coupled to a new Kenworth 909, the Rogers Transport road train has been running without a problem.

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