JOPA Queensland was spawned from a load of crusher dust that required delivery, so Paul bought a small truck to help his wife deliver the goods. It was November 2005. After spending $11,000 on a 2.5 metre light truck, Paul started picking up what he calls swing jobs for hire. Six months later he upgraded to a Hino FC Dump tipper. Before he knew it there was a small fleet of five Hinos.
Today the operation has 14 full time staff 11 of which are drivers and a relief driver who assists with allocations. We run a fleet of 11 Hino tippers
Centrally located in Meadowbrook right next to Logan Motorway, we are well placed to deliver our services throughout South-East Queensland.
One of our unique features is that we use divider tailgates on half of our tippers. This enables separation in a 10-metre bin so that we can carry five cubic metres of two different products. It provides us, among other advantages, with the flexibility to move the same product in split bins and deliver into two different locations. We can also deliver two separate products to the same customer it saves time for them and saves time for us.