Ute bodies within a bull’s roar of customers | TRANSPORT NEWS

Bull Motor Bodies was established in Perth 17 years ago and has since grown to now have two operation centres incorporating a National Office, WA branch, distribution centre and manufacturing facility. Five years ago the company expanded into Northlakes, Queensland, growing production capacity to over 1000 units per year and with plans to expand its marketing to  South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales.

Eighty per cent of the company’s bodies are fitted to vehicles operated by major national fleets working in mining, emergency services, utilities and similar applications. The product range includes several chassis mounted enclosed canopy options as well as a tray with toolbox models and flat tray options.

Each of these products come in three sizes and are designed to suit all commercial utility vehicles available in Australia, be it single cab, extra cab or dual cab in either 4×2 or 4×4 configuration.The company is also able to tailor the fit-out with a vast array of options and accessories depending on the needs of the application.

In keeping with the modular design approach, the company has partnered exclusively with Narva over the past four years, as its lighting and electrical component supplier of choice.

“We have been using Narva equipment for quite a while and we are very happy with their products; the relationship between the two brands is strong and as a company they’re fantastic to deal with,” said Bull Motor Bodies Business Development Manager, Simon Rawnsley.

All Bull Motor Bodies units are extensively equipped with Narva products. Depending on the application products include the latest Ultima L.E.D driving lights, L.E.D light bars, L.E.D taillights, beacons, emergency lighting, mining bars, work lamps and interior lighting.

The vehicles also operate a wide range of equipment from Narva’s sister electrical power supply and battery maintenance brand, Projecta.

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