TMC to relocate Auckland service centre

In News2 MinutesBy NZ Trucking magazineApril 12, 2024

Truck trailer manufacturer and service and repair provider TMC Trailers is relocating its Auckland service centre from the current workshop in Wiri to a new, purpose-built facility in Drury.

Set to open on 1 May 2024, TMC said the move marks a significant milestone in the company’s growth and its commitment to enhancing its services offering.

“ The new workshop in Drury represents not just a change in location, but a leap forward in our ability to serve our customers more effectively and efficiently,” said Richard Currie, managing director at TMC Trailers Ltd.

“Designed with the needs of our clients and the demands of the industry in mind, the new facility allows us to expand our capabilities in structural and mechanical repairs on trucks and trailers, ensuring we continue to deliver the high-quality service TMC is known for.”

The new workshop will see the addition of a COF vehicle inspection lane, slated for introduction late 2024.

“This addition underscores our commitment to providing comprehensive solutions under one roof, making it easier for our clients to receive thorough and efficient service for their vehicles,” Currie said.

“The decision to move to Drury is driven by our desire to not only accommodate our growing operations but also to better serve our clients with a modern drive through facility with plenty of on-site truck and trailer parking.

“Our new location in Drury will enable us to increase staffing levels, improve turnaround times, and continue providing exceptional service quality.”

Auckland service centre manager Stephen (Mille) Millichamp, along with all existing team members, will be making the transition to Drury.

“This is a significant step for us as we strive to improve and expand our North Island services,” Currie said.

“We look forward to welcoming our clients to our new workshop and continuing to serve your needs with the same dedication and quality you have come to expect from TMC.”