Located in Bayswater North, BeSafe Traffic Management was established in 2009 as a subsidiary of Eastern Tree Services (ETS). ETS was established in Victoria in 1981 as a specialist vegetation maintenance service that reduces growth and vegetation around power lines. In 1999, the company extended its operations into Queensland, followed by Tasmania in 2006 and Western Australia in 2009. Their significant growth has meant that they now employ 700 people plus an additional 300 sub-contractors.
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In a relatively short period, Little Rock Civil has become a major player in municipal road construction works. The company was formed in 2008 by Director Dean Biancon and wife and Operations Manager Shelly, who have 35 years experience in the civil construction industry.
Today the company has twenty staff offering an extensive portfolio of services that include road construction and reconstruction, full land development, sub divisional construction, kerbing, drainage works and traffic management. The company carries out work throughout metropolitan Melbourne and regional areas of Victoria, with one of their main customers being Hobson’s Bay City Council.
Rite-Hite is a world leader in the manufacture, sale, and service of loading dock equipment, industrial doors, safety barriers, HVLS fans, industrial curtain walls, and more - all designed to improve safety, security and productivity whilst providing energy savings and environmental control.
In just two and a half years, M&T Logistics has grown from a modest family business with a single truck to an established company now operating five trucks. Owner Milosh Raletic started driving trucks when he was just 23 years old; however after many years of working for other people he decided to go solo and start his own company.
Based in Colac, transport company Neals Haulage was established in 1976 by current owner Leigh Neal’s father. The company prides itself on both its family-oriented aspect and customer centric service, among other factors.
Early in his career, Leigh took an apprenticeship as a diesel mechanic and subsequently joined his parents in the family business as both a driver and mechanic. At the time Leigh joined, the company operated just three trucks. After Leigh and his wife Molly took over as the primary Directors several years ago, the company “quadrupled in size almost overnight,” and now boasts an impressive fleet of 19 trucks and about 50 ‘registered units’ (these being forklifts, trailers and other equipment). Furthermore, there are now 28 staff working for the business.
For thirty five years, Wonga Garden and Building Supplies has supplied a large range of products to everyone from domestic home and DIY gardeners to commercial builders and developers. The family-run business was founded by Craig Thompson, his father and his brother in 1983 and commenced operations in Wonga Road in Warranwood where it continues to operate from today. The family-oriented aspect of the company continues with Craig’s son making it a three-generation family-run business.