Fellows Bulk Transport

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Fellows Bulk Transport

Fellows Bulk Transport is a family owned business operated by Paul and Jenny Fellows, and has been operating successfully from its Deniliquin NSW base since 1997. This Business has grown from a single vehicle to a fleet of thirteen trucks with operations in all the eastern states.

FBT provides specialist, innovative cost effective solutions to bulk materials transport, handling and storage. Stockfeed such as almond hull and grape marc are supplied throughout Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria.

Over 300,000 tonnes of bulk material is transported every year. This includes, sawdust, chicken and cow manures, sugar cane bagasse, woodchip, almond hulls, grain, fertilizer, lime, gypsum, mulch etc. FBT has strong links with other reputable transport companies to insure linking of freight to cut freight costs and avoid costly empty running.

FBT is “Trucksafe” accredited and also operates under NHVAS Mass, Maintenance and Fatigue management modules.

Our modern plant consists of large capacity Walking Floors and Bulk B-Double. Kenworth and Western Star prime movers are reliable and are some of the best presented on Australian highways. Fellows purchased the Blighty Grain Storage Facility and have developed the site to a capacity of over 5000 tonnes, this comprising of over 3000 tonnes of sealed, aerated silos.

Our greatest asset by far is our dedicated staff. Our Administration Office is manned by Belinda Schoeman, Ruth Phyland and Jenny Fellows, whilst Deniliquin Operations are under the control of John Creenaune who is supported by his drivers Neil, Ryan, Darren and Tony.

Brett Robinson is the Manager of our busy Queensland operations who is supported by a professional group of drivers.

Paul Fellows is the Director of Fellows Nominees and assumes the role of General Manager.

Head Office

316 Cressy Street, (P.O. Box 828), Deniliquin, New South Wales, 2710.

Email. – info@fellowsbulk.com.au

Ph. (03) 5881 6668

Fx. (03) 5881 6550

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