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About Allroads Transport Engineers

A move to a generous five-acre site in 2010 resulted in Allroads Transport Engineers doubling its workshop space. This new facility now accommodates twelve large bays, and is fully equipped with overhead cranes, presses, punch and shear machines, bandsaws, guillotines and welding machines to suit all purposes.

Back office support is provided onsite from the attached modern office complex, where 3D SOLIDWORKS is routinely used for 2D and 3D computer-aided design and drafting. The accurate drawings that are output from this system enable precise engineering of all manufactured items.

Always looking for ways to improve the quality of the finished product, Allroads installed a state-of-the art down-draft spray booth in 2013. Measuring 14 metres in length, 5 metres wide and 5 metres in height, the booth is one of the most technologically and environmentally advanced in Western Australia.

Recent developments include the installation of a sand-blasting facility and a CNC plasma cutter which makes clean and accurate cuts in steel plate up to 50mm thick.

Future developments will see Allroads embracing solar technology, with energy-saving panels reducing the company’s dependence on the power transmission network.