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Bruce Rock Engineering joins forces with Royan Group

BRE’s national expansion sees new tie-up with commercial vehicle accident repairer


Heavy road transport equipment manufacturer Bruce Rock Engineering (BRE) has entered a new partnership with commercial vehicle accident repairer Royan Truck and Trailer Repairs in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.

BRE says the collaboration marks its plan to improve presence as a road transport equipment manufacturing and servicing provider on the Australian east coast.

The partnership involves sharing Royan’s existing servicing facilities in Melbourne, Brisbane and across the NSW.

“Our plans into the future are focused around strategic growth and the provision of innovative and leading edge manufacturing capabilities, with full support services, nationally,” BRE MD Damion Verhoogt says.

“The partnership with Royan fits into this strategy as it extends our service offering to our clients.

“Both companies are also well aligned as we are similarly focused on delivering professional, high quality works”.

In July, BRE appointed Brenton Deane as east coast general manager and Jason Maxworthy as east coast sales manager to support its national expansion.

Royan Group GM Steve O’Reilly  says the partnership ushers “mutual benefits to both companies.

“Together we will offer end-to-end transport services from design and manufacturing to a full package of services including repairs, modifications, maintenance and spare parts, and blast and paint works”.

BRE currently operates a sales office in Binjura, NSW and it recently unveiled a new purpose-built workshop in Forrestfield, Perth.

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