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Australian owned and operated

We have been operating for over 10 years and wholly Australian owned and operated. We pride ourselves on delivering quality aluminium bus bodies on time and to your specification. We are the largest manufacturer of electric buses in Australia with over 4 million kilometers in operation.

We are not a one-size-fits-all business. We strive to understand your requirements, how your fleet operates and provide a solution that best suits your needs.


Building in Ballarat

Our head office and assembly plant is located in Mitchell Park, Ballarat. We strive to source as many components from local Australian suppliers to strengthen our manufacturing industry and have the fastest support response.

We are committed to building a quality Australian product and forging long-term partnerships to help our customers succeed.


Recent Projects   Aluminium City Buses

GEMILANG Electric Bus (NSW)

In July 2019, we successfully delivered 4 BYD K9RA buses, with Gemilang bodies, into the NSW Metro fleet which are operated by Transit Systems West.

These are the latest tranche of full electric buses built by us for the Australian market. There are now 23 Gemilang bodied BYD electric buses in Australia, with a further 40 electric buses due to be delivered throughout 2020-21.


TRANSDEV 50 Bus Replacement (VIC)

We successfully won a contract for the supply of 50 Scania K310UB Gemilang buses into the Melbourne Transdev fleet in late 2018.


The project was completed in November 2019 and these buses are operating at Transdev's North Fitzroy depot in Melbourne.

We have now supplied Transdev Melbourne with over 110 buses operated by Transdev, including 4 articulated buses.

MAN A95 Double Deck (NSW)

We successfully completed this project in late 2017 in collaboration with TfNSW and MAN. 38 Double Deck vehicles are now operating in Sydney as part of the B-Line Project.

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About Us

We manufacture in Western Sydney and Ballarat, Victoria. 

We are committed to bringing manufacturing back to Australian shores.