REDARC will be exhibiting at the bi-annual Brisbane Truck Show held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from the 16th – 19th of May. You will be able to find us at Stand #298 in the Plaza Ballroom.
The Brisbane Truck Show is a remarkable showcase of the capabilities and size of the Australian heavy vehicle industry. On display is the most comprehensive range of trucks, trailers, equipment, components, accessories and technology.
In 2019, REDARC celebrates its 40th birthday. Over the last 40 years, they have established themselves as market leaders in the design, development and manufacture of high-quality products for the heavy vehicle industry.
REDARC’s roots have stemmed from having strong relationships with truck, trailer and bus manufacturer’s including Kenworth, Volvo, Iveco, DAF, Scania, Mercedes, MAN and UD which means that REDARC is always engaged with evolving technology in the heavy vehicle industry.
Managing Director, Anthony Kittel said, “The heavy-vehicle segment has been a priority for us, and the past 40 years has seen REDARC work closely with a variety of original equipment (OE) manufacturers. As a result, our business has forged a new path that has been built with these trucking partnerships in mind.”
On display at the show will be an extensive range of innovative products tailor-made for trucking and heavy vehicle applications including the Roll Over Sensor (ROS), Battery Master Isolation Switch (BMIS), DC-DC battery chargers, AC battery chargers, voltage converters, handbrake and low coolant alarms and much more.
Speaking on REDARC’s attendance at the show, National Sales and Marketing Manager, Ben Marsh said, “The Brisbane Truck Show is the hallmark event for trucking in Australia, REDARC’s roots have been built in this industry so its always a great opportunity for us to go and meet new and existing customers to discuss how we can continue to offer unique products and services to them.”
Also available at the Brisbane Truck Show is REDARC’s updated product catalogue. Containing over 80 in-depth pages of product information, installation tips, specifications wiring and troubleshooting guides; it is their most comprehensive yet.
The Brisbane Truck Show is organised by the Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia (HVIA), the national association representing and advancing the interests of manufacturers and suppliers of heavy vehicles. It is expected to attract over 35,000 visitors over its four days.
For more information on the Brisbane Truck Show, click here.