Trucking company, Tony Innaimo Transport, has taken delivery of a Performance-Based Standards 42-pallet Super Combination from Krueger Transport Equipment. Engineered to be an asset, the high cubic productivity curtainsiders join a busy fleet.

At the core of Tony Innaimo Transport is a family-based culture that thrives on innovation and providing positive experiences for its general freight customers. The trucking company’s values align perfectly with the likes of truck and trailer dealer, The Brown & Hurley Group, and trailer manufacturer, Krueger Transport Equipment.

Both Brown & Hurley and Krueger are committed to their staff, providing extensive training which is conducted across their operations. This expertise cascades to their customers resulting in the delivery of innovative solutions supported by exceptional service. Such a massive commitment combined with both companies and their strategically located service centres makes for a strong partnership for customers, something that Tony Innaimo Transport’s founder, Tony Innaimo, values greatly.

Just two decades ago, Tony’s business commenced operations in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, with a single truck, supporting local industry. Fast-forward to today and the fleet has grown considerably, taking on interstate work as well as offering warehousing and distribution services in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Newcastle, Wagga and Yass.

Tony runs his outfit with more than 40 commercial vehicles, predominantly Kenworth prime movers, and various sets of semi-trailers.

Following an expansion in Altona and Arndell Park, Tony says his enterprise has gained momentum and business opportunities continue to flourish. Such demand for his services has led to more ambitious, productive trailing equipment investments.

The latest high productivity vehicle to join Tony’s fleet is a Performance-Based Standards (PBS) approved 42-pallet Krueger Kurtainer Super Combination complete with load restraint curtains and sliding gates. It is expected to travel between the Altona depot in Melbourne, Arndell Park and Newcastle.

“The team at Krueger are unbelievable to work with and have gone out of their way to make everything happen,” Tony says. “As for Brown & Hurley, you couldn’t ask for nicer people – they’re always at the ready to assist.”

Krueger Transport Equipment helps freight carriers like Tony Innaimo Transport remain competitive and on the move with access to a vast selection of truck and trailer components backed by a solid aftermarket and aftersales support network. The trailer builder also provides onsite and emergency vehicle support where required.

“Our depot in Melbourne is about seven kilometres away from Krueger’s workshops, while the Sydney site is only about 10 kilometres away,” Tony says. “Access to Krueger’s support network is convenient and with their team just around the corner makes regular maintenance a lot easier and gives us peace of mind.”

Fast Fact: As a family-owned and operated business for more than 40 years, Krueger’s expertise in technical development and manufacturing has resulted in the production of remarkably versatile trailers that deliver peak operational performance. Krueger also works closely with the client to understand their needs and navigate a seamless process through the Performance-Based Standards (PBS) process.

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