Truck trailer manufacturer Robuk Engineering is turning its attention to new product designs ahead of a much bigger showing at the 2023 Brisbane Truck Show
After using the 2021 Truck Show as its “unofficial launch party”, Brisbane-based Robuk Engineering will hit the 2023 event with style, with plans to unveil a special purpose-built combination.
The trailer manufacturer opened its doors in June 2020, after owner James Yerbury decided to go out on his own.
The newcomer quickly outgrew its shed in rural Queensland and shifted HQ to its current facility at the Port of Brisbane where it specialises in light-weight aluminium grain tippers.
Thanks to a few incredible farming seasons, demand for grain tippers has kept Robuk, like many manufacturers, incredibly busy.
“We started with just three staff and a small shed in rural Queensland and we now have approximately 50 employees,” National Sales Manager Darren Riedel says.
After dipping its toe in the waters in 2019, Robuk plans to up the ante in 2023 with the launch of a new special purpose-built combination.
“The Brisbane Truck Show allows us to tell the Robuk story face to face, and nothing beats that,” Riedel says.
“We are looking forward to our staff showing off the quality trailers that they’ve built. It’s amazing to see our team bring their extended friends and families through our stand with pride and joy.”
Robuk is always evolving, introducing new products, procedures and designs, Riedel adds.
“While we haven’t built any new designs lately as we have been inundated with grain tippers due to the brilliant seasons, we do have a few new designs we will launch next year,” he reveals.
Location: Stand 160, Hall 3