Uhlenbergs currently have postions available for LPG tanker drivers. Apply online by visiting our careers page or trade me listing#: 4028481518
As fleet #36, a new Kenworth T610 nears completion and is almost ready to go on the road, w
UHL 28 is a truck that has been a good asset to the fleet. The 2005 Kenworth K104 began duties on refrigerated work, but has spent most of its life in the LPG fleet towing a quad on bulk deliveries around the north Island in the hands of Glen (known as Rogee by most). Glen got the unit new and although he has had a few other trucks for periods in between, Glen has only really been at peace when he had UHL 28 as his daily ride -really his evening ride – as he works permanent afternoons.
“Crazy Horse” – Uhlenberg Haulage’s Fleet number 18 turned its two millionth kilometre this morning. This milestone occurred on May the 10th - while east bound for Napier in the hands of operator Troy Bellamy, who has been partnered with this truck from new.
Uhlenberg Haulage Ltd, now have a Facebook page.
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Friday December 16 2016 marks Graeme Gardners last day at Uhlenberg's - following 32 years and 9 months service.
Graeme started working for Mike and Carol on the 19th of March 1984, driving trucks servicing the local rural community, before shifting to LPG tanker driving in the mid eighties, a task that he completed for many years travelling around New Zealand.
Uhlenbergs have recently purchased a swing lifter - to compliment the container section of their business.
This brand new unit features the latest technology and is an Inline Legover” design – which due to increased levels of stability -- maximises the level of safety during movement of shipping containers and ISO tanks – while also reducing stress on trailers during transfer.
As 2016 is upon us, Uhlenberg Haulage enters its 50th year in business.
It all began way back in 1966, when Mike and Carol Uhlenberg purchased a second hand Commer truck, complete with a Ministry of Works cartage contract, based at Bell Block, New Plymouth.
Within a few years the fleet had grown to three trucks, carrying metal and fertliser around rural Taranaki.
Logs was the next commodity that Mike and Carol geared up for - carrying export pine to Port Taranaki, as well as native timber to various mills in the area.