LBRCA enters new partnership with Truck Art Livestock Trailers


Collaboration aims to benefit livestock and bulk transport sector

LBRCA enters new partnership with Truck Art Livestock Trailers
A Truck Art Livestock Trailers-designed 4x2 livestock trailer.

 

The Livestock, Bulk and Rural Carriers Association (LBRCA) has announced a new industry partnership with NSW-based Truck Art Livestock Trailers.

LBRCA says the ‘blue-ribbon’ partnership is a result of long-term support for the livestock body from Truck Art Livestock Trailers director Terry Gibbs and sales manager Dave Jorgensen.

LBRCA president Lynley Miners says the industry representative body looks forward to working with Truck Art Livestock through this new collaboration.

"A Blue-Ribbon partnership with the LBRCA is the highest value way to collaborate with the LBRCA and reiterates the commitment by Truck Art Livestock Trailers to supporting the heavy vehicle industry," Miners says.

"We are delighted with this new partnership and look forward to working with Terry and the Truck Art Livestock Trailers team for many years to come."

In the long run, this new partnership will help the livestock and bulk transport sector by encouraging feedback between operators and the trailer-maker that will, in turn, help the company design PBS-approved, innovative and custom trailers, LBRCA COO Bec Coleman tells ATN.

Wagga Wagga-based Truck Art Livestock Trailers designs custom stock crates, single deck livestock trailers; two deck cattle trailers, three deck pig trailers, 2x4 convertibles and road trains to industry standard for businesses across Australia.

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