AS part of the strategy to boost its Gauteng operations, Lovemore Bros. has relocated several specialised abnormal trailers to Johannesburg. Company director Bruce Lovemore says the new vehicles and management team will be based in the existing Boksburg facility.
“This will allow for close communication between the rigging fleet and the abnormal transport fleet and should prove a great benefit to our clients who want the assurance their precious cargo is being handled under a single entity,” Bruce says reflecting the move also minimises risk and maximises the efficiency of door-to-door delivery.
He adds the company has also made substantial investments into its lowbed division to supplement ongoing investments into rigging equipment. These include purchasing multi-axle modular trailers, self-propelled trailers and hydraulic goosenecks already actively employed in KwaZulu-Natal.
“However, this equipment is equally available to our Gauteng clients on request,” Bruce confirms.
Several Lovemore Bros. senior management have relocated to Gauteng to grow the new team. Ricardo Yon is the manager tasked with establishing the lowbed division in Gauteng and says that our rigging divisions have made inroads into the provincial industrial space.
“We have discovered a strong demand for our versatile fleet of abnormal transport carriers required at short notice,” he says.,