2019 is a big year for the Royan Group as we celebrate 75 years in business.

2019 is a big year for the Royan Group as we celebrate 75 years in
business.
The 75-year mark, as an Australian family business is something we are
quite proud of & something that is only possible with the work,
expertise and dedication of our loyal staff.
Many served their apprenticeships here and some have spent their
whole working lives with Royans.
We are lucky to have so many loyal and experienced staff throughout
the Group & it is this experience that provides tremendous repair
knowledge and creates a great training ground for the next generation
of repair professionals.
During the year the following staff achieve more than 20 years service
with the Royan Group!
Thank you for your dedication, loyalty and professional work.
Royans Sydney
Garry Woodcock 40 years
Gary Andrews 39 years
Mark Ferguson 36 years
Alan Wood 36 years
Shane O’Connor  32 years
Chris Algie 31 years
Damian Wood 30 years
John Cusack 30 years
Lindsay King 24 years
Rowan James 23 years
Terry Kymantas 23 years
Jason Till 23 years
Peter Collins 22 years
John Greaves 22 years
Louise Embelton 22 years
Peter Agostino 21 years 
Royans Melbourne
Ben Cappelli 35 years
David Church 35 years 
Stewart Shaw 35 years 
Darren Church 33 years  

Michael Collett 31 years 
Tony Thoonen 30 years 
Graeme Sharp 29 years 
Gary Fidge 28 years 
Diana Shaw 27 years 
Brian Ellett  26 years 
Ian Wilson 26 years 
Glen Bull 24 years 
Graeme Kemp 24 years 
Connie Ross 24 years 
Paul Standen 24 years 
Angela Larkin 22 years 
Chris Cole 21 years 
Paul McCrory 20 years

Royans Brisbane
Peter Royan 41 years
Dominique Marino 20 years 
Royans Wagga
Bill Andrews 38 years
Grant Gibbons 34 years
Bert Cool 30 years
Jamie Day 29 years
Neil Carey 27 years
Garry Maher 23 years
Ashley Creasy 23 years
Scott Hooper 22 years
Paul Robinson 22 years
Trucking Supplies
Narelle Marcantelli 36 years
Glen Post 22 years
Geoff Collins 20 years
Royans Dubbo 
Jenny Cowper 33 years
Colin Dover 28 years
Jim Taleb 23 years

Royans Wodonga
Kerry Little 35 years
O’Neill’s Newcastle
Chris Johanson 42 years
Ken Wattus 38 years
Shayne Brown 36 years
Mark Jones 30 years
Adam Roddom 29 years
Troy McBeth 29 years
Glenn Barrett 28 years
Michael Everingham 28 years
Margaret Tierney 28 years
Marc Want 26 years
Steve O’Reilly 24 years
Chris Baldwin 23 years 
That is an amazing 1,791 years of experience right there!   And that is
without including the many great staff that have clocked up less than 20
years service!

Royans Wodonga – New Premises

Following the opening of Royans Wodonga in July 2017, Royans Wodonga have now moved into a purpose built facility at 24 Muller St, Baranduda, just off the Kiewa Valley Highway & only 9 km from the Hume Freeway.

The New Workshop is equipped with the latest technology including an overhead crane, two heated spray booths, workshop cooling and solar panels & provides a full accident repair service from minor panel & paint work to major accident repairs.

Royans Wodonga is ideally located to service the transport hub of Albury / Wodonga, and provides a commercial vehicle accident repair facility on the Hume Highway between Sydney and Melbourne.

Wodonga is the 7th branch in the Royan Group and it will focus on accident repairs to a large range of vehicles including;

  • Light Trucks, Medium duty & Heavy Duty rigid trucks and Prime Movers
  • All trailer configurations, including Tautliners, tippers, stock-crates & timber jinkers
  • Large and small buses
  • Farm machinery & equipment
  • Earthmoving Equipment
  • Military Equipment
  • The full range of commercial vehicle repairs – even boat repairs

The Royan Group – Keeping Australia’s transport on the move

  

VACC promotion for it’s upcoming awards night

Royans Melbourne has featured in a VACC promotion for it’s upcoming awards night.
This followed the 2017 function where Royans Melbourne were awarded “Best Commercial Vehicle Body Repairer”
M D David Church has confirmed that Royans Melbourne will again be vying for the award, and they are hopeful of back to back wins.

VACC Awards Night 2018

Royans Melbourne has featured in a VACC promotion for it's upcoming awards night.This followed the 2017 function where Royans Melbourne were awarded "Best Commercial Vehicle Body Repairer”M D David Church has confirmed that Royans Melbourne will again be vying for the award, and they are hopeful of back to back wins.

Posted by Royan Truck & Trailer Repairs on Monday, 12 March 2018

Convoy Kids

Convoy for kids Lakes Entrance under way . Over 200 trucks were in the convoy the weather is fantastic. So if you are in the area call in & support the kids

 

 

Video of Trucks coming into Lakes Entrance for Convoy Kids

Posted by Royan Truck & Trailer Repairs on Friday, 2 March 2018

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator – NHVR held a Truck Driver/ Operator Information Day last Tuesday 6/2 out the front of Royans Brisbane. The purpose was to engage with drivers & discuss what the NHVR does.
The NHVR publicised the event and confirmed there would be no enforcement on site. Royans were more than happy to provide access to our property for the NHVR to promote its safety message & help explain it’s role to the industry.

They reported the day was a huge success with a diverse range of drivers & operators stopping to chat.

Koroit Truck Show

Royans Group would like to congratulate Ricky Cornwell from Cornwell Transport for their 2008 Kenworth T 908 winning Rig of the Show & congratulations to all the other winners at the Koroit Truck Show

Story from Royans Dubbo

A story from Royans Dubbo this week

I had a call late Sunday night in regards to a salvage west of Dubbo. I sent out Matt Nolan, the Sales Representative from Royans Dubbo to attend the scene. When Matt arrived at the scene to advise me of what was at the accident, a driver in a b double parked behind the blocked road was helping out with traffic control. A truck drove past carrying bees, and stung the man who was helping out with traffic.

The man who was stung is highly allergy to bees, went into anaphylactic shock and dropped to the ground. Matt administered assistance by lying him down by the side of the road. An ambulance was called. Matt listened to what the man could say, held his hand and gave him his first EpiPen. When the effects of the first pen started to wear off and the driver was struggling Matt gave him his second and last EpiPen. The ambulance arrived an hour from when the man was stung and he was struggling to breathe.

Matt visited the man in the hospital the next day, and despite the critical situation the day before, was expected to make a full recovery. The man called the branch and Matt to thank him for helping out and being there, as without his help he would have died.

Matts experience in the rescue squad certainly helped out at the incident, well done Matt and thank you.