The making of Gladrock Transport.
Where it all started & what our goals are.
Gladrock Transport is a well-established integrated Transport and Logistics business that has been offering an extensive transportation service throughout Central Queensland and Australia since 2004.
We operate an extensive fleet of road based vehicles with approximately 50 vehicles in total, ranging from 1 tonne Utes through to semi trailers. Thanks to our extensive network, Gladrock Transport also has the capability of providing single, B/Double or Road Train configurations.
Here at Gladrock Transport we can offer a range of short or longhaul options including:
1 Tonne closed in utes
1 tonnes open tray utes
5 tonne flat beds
8 tonne Tautliners
12 tonne gated flat beds
15 tonnes flatbeds
Fully enclosed 5 vehicle transporter
Access to a range of single, B/Double and Road Train configuration.
We will partner with you to develop and provide customized, cost effective solutions, using a highly experienced team of professionals with technical expertise, local knowledge and desire to get things done. Contact our friendly service team today for any inquires and let us help you with all your logistic needs.
IN THE PRESS
Relay for Life 2018
July 27, 2018
Gladrock Transport once again pitches to raise funds for cancer. With a number of staff members doing the 18 - hour long walk at Gladstone's Relay for Life
Jason Busk in Glory - Gladstone Observer
February 12, 2017
MOTORSPORT: Gladstone's Jason Busk has had the experience of a lifetime when he recently competed in the 12-Hour Bathurst event.
Busk, 47, was a part of a three-driver team made up of Geoff Taunton of the Gold Coast and exciting Darwin youngster Bryce Fullwood.
The trio were a part of the Invitational class where they took stints behind the wheel of a March Ford Focus V8 552 horsepower purpose-built endurance car.
Gladrock gladly pitches in to raise cancer funds - Gladstone Observer
May 28, 2015
GLADROCK Transport had more than one reason to raise money for the Cancer Council at Australia's Biggest Morning Tea yesterday.
A handful of employees have been touched by cancer, including business development manager Steve Spencer.