MaxiTrans to sell its goods directly in parts of NSW


Trailer manufacturer will open a wholly-owned dealership network in NSW.

MaxiTrans to sell its goods directly in parts of NSW
MaxiTrans owns a number of trailer brands, including Azmeb.

 

Trailer manufacturer MaxiTrans will begin selling its products directly in parts of New South Wales.

MaxiTrans says it is opening a wholly-owned dealership to begin selling its six trailer and rigid body brands directly into the regions that SX Trailers previously serviced.

It says the new arrangement will have immediate effect.

"We recognise the size and importance of the NSW market. As such, MaxiTrans will establish a wholly-owned dealership network for new and used trailer sales, combined with comprehensive service and parts capabilities," MaxiTrans managing director Michael Brockhoff says.

MaxiTrans will use existing SX sales staff Wayne Sloane, Matthew Watson and Dean Price. Sloane will be based at Warnervale, with Watson and Price taking care of Ingleburn.

Brockhoff says this will ensure a smooth transition and minimise any disruption to customers.

SX Trailers will provide MaxiTrans’ customers with interim service and warranty support in NSW as part of the arrangement.

MaxiTrans says all other dealers of MaxiTrans brands in NSW will remain unchanged.

Hartwigs and Johnson’s will remain the Hamelex White dealers in central and south western NSW respectively, while Mildura Truck Centre remains the Freighter, Maxi-Cube and Lusty EMS dealer in south western NSW.

MaxiTrans manufacturers trailer brands Freighter, Maxi-Cube, Lusty EMS, Hamelex White, Azmeb and Peki.

It also owns the MaxiParts chain of truck and trailer parts retail and wholesale outlets.

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