A fleet of Isuzu NLR 200 trucks provides the necessary transport infrastructure to distribute the best cheeses from e Company.both European and local producers, along with charcuterie and other gourmet products including pastry, ice cream, pate, dips, olives and savoury biscuits for the Perth, W.A. based Blue Cow Chees
Easily indentifiable with their blue livery featuring a cow jumping over the moon, the Blue Cow Isuzu fleet comprises one manual and three AMT Isuzu NLR 200s.
“The beauty of the NLR is that it can be driven on a car licence,” said Blue Cow Cheese Company Managing Director, Nicholas Bath. “As the business has grown from one person to a team of 30 people over the past 16 years, its systems have also become more sophisticated.
“Not only do we supply chilled product, we also have the capability to supply frozen and dry product, all delivered in one vehicle,” Mr Bath said.
“Our trucks are on the road from Monday through to Friday and are used for metropolitan delivery to the likes of supermarkets and via inner city laneways to hotels and cafes.”
“The high quality of the Isuzu product, as well as our strong relationship with Majo
r Motors and Sales Manager, Peter Dewar are a major factor in our relationship,” Mr Bath said.
“The trucks travel up to 500 kilometres per week. They have performed very well and take the punishment of inner city distribution well. The bodies are strong, the cabs make a very pleasant working environment and the engine performance is faultless,” added Mr. Bath