Sadleirs is the oldest family-owned company in Western Australia and the second oldest in Australia, providing the full end-to-end solution for its customers’ logistical needs.
Already possessing a fleet of vehicles to rival any in the country, Sadleirs has recently commenced the rejuvenation of its linehaul fleet.
Its new trucks all come with the latest driver assists, along with added storage and comforts for the driver on their trips. Sadleirs has also added safety features to all its Resources division fleet, which has now been in operation for the past six years.
All vehicles have internal and external cameras for monitoring driver behavior and viewing events on the road. Alcolocks have also been equipped in order prevent anyone using a vehicle that has a blood alcohol concentration above 0.
For night-time driving, vehicles have been outfitted with Guardian seeing eye machines to monitor driver fatigue.
A new installation of G-force sensors are also now being installed to ensure Sadleirs’ operations team is the first to know of any serious incidents.
In addition, the company’s trailing fleet is now expanding with a review of specialised equipment on ramp trailer san deck wideners.
Sadleirs’ current flat top and extendable fleet is extremely versatile being setup to support general freight, tubulars with bolsters, generator setups for fridge/freezer setups.
New systems, same strong values
Along with an expanding and improving fleet, Sadleirs has also been working on a system rollout of Bustle with its current northwest oil and gas major to give current job status, sign on glass, track and trace on jobs, and online proof of deliveries.
It is Sadleirs’ intention to roll this out to other existing and prospective customers to give greater ease of service and transparency in its supply chain.
This results in a link to outside services like hotshots, local couriers, and other northwest carriers, and provides visibility of jobs completed by the Sadleirs fleet.
Joyce Krane Operations Supervisor Adrian Hardingham said, from a customer’s
perspective, Sadleirs always acts with the utmost professionalism.
“Sadleirs has a dedicated team of logistics specialists to assist in project work and also day to day requirements.
“With great ability to flex up and down its resources to meet customer needs and offer a personalised service and a high level of safety and compliance,” he said.
“Sadleirs has assisted its newest client Joyce Krane in a number of mobilisations to wharf and sites with oversize loads and counterweights.”
The company’s quality fleet is only matched by the commitment of its staff. Sadleirs prides itself on its history within the transport industry and many of its employees have spent decades with the business.
Its dedication to the core values of safety, customer commitment, communication, empowerment and respect are unmatched and continue to visible in any project the company undertakes.
For more information visit the Sadleirs website.
This article was featured in the July 2021 edition of The Australian Pipeliner. To view the magazine on your PC, Mac, tablet or mobile device, click here.