Food for thought with new Fuso

A new Fuso truck is being added to a NSW food processing company's growing fleet

Regional NSW-based company Everson’s Food Processors has grown its fleet with a new silver Fuso Shogun 400.

The Shogun has been fitted with a TRS meat hanger body and a Thermo King refrigeration system to support Everson’s work in meat delivery and transportation.

Everson’s is a meat processing, wholesaling and transport service, providingbeef, lamb, goat and biproducts, including protein material and hides, to retailers including IGA.

This is the second Shogun joining the Everson’s fleet, with Everson’s transport manager JA McKiernan saying “he couldn’t believe good it was” when he drove the first Shogun.

Everson’s makes all its truck purchases from the Mavin Truck Centrein South Kempsey.

The family-owned business has now purchased more than 20 trucks from the dealership, including recently buying two more Shogun rigids and a Shogun 510 prime mover.

Everson’s fleet also features several Freightliner trucks which deliver its products further afield, including three Freightliner Cascadia 116 prime movers, the third of which is also a new purchase.

McKiernan says he hasn’t had an issue yet with any of the trucks.

“The original two have not put a foot wrong so it was an easy decision to go for another Cascadia,” McKiernan says.

Located in the coastal Frederickton, north of Port Macquarie, Everson’s has more than 200 employees and has been in operation for more than 30 years.

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