Tranzmile brings their biggest showroom to Kingaroy
EXCITING times have arrived for the South Burnett's business community, as they've just received the biggest machinery parts showroom in Queensland.
Tranzmile Burnett, previously known as the Kingaroy Machinery Centre, has just finished their most anticipated move from Kingaroy St to 4 Barron Park Dr, Kingaroy.
Managing director Cameron Black said this branding transition aligns business in rural Queensland with Tranzmile's city warehouses.
"Being part of a national supplier of parts will give our rural customers access to competitive pricing and stock ranges, but in their own backyard," he said.
Mr Black said the transition would help rural businesses access the parts they need.
"I was born and bred in the bush and I really believe it is essential that we keep investing in rural communities and the people there," he said.
"They are the lifeblood of our country. We now have the right facility to give our customers not only the parts they want when they need them, but we're giving them easy access from the highway so we can provide better service".
Tranzmile are known as one of the largest stock holdings in Queensland, who will stop at nothing to keep trucks on the road.
However, they're not just stocking parts for American, European and Japanese trucks, the shed will also stock a range of parts for general cars for the wider community.
They will also include a range of accessories and workshop equipment from SP Tools, Narva, Alemlube and CRC.
Tranzmile said their brand-new space with 600sqm has enabled the company to expand its product offerings and help them provide better service to not only Kingaroy, but the entire South Burnett.
As it's located right on the Bunya Highway, Tranzmile said travellers from Dalby to Gin Gin would be also be able to recognise their black and orange branding and will know where to stop in for parts along their journey.
Open from Monday, March 4, Tranzmile Burnett will be trading from Monday to Friday, 7.30am-5pm, with Saturday open from 8.30-11.30am.