About Us

Buckeridge Transport operates a diverse modern fleet which specialise in the following areas:

  • Bulk & Bagged Fertiliser
  • Timber & Roundwood
  • Sawdust & Bark
  • Wood Chips
  • Stock Food
  • Metal
  • Dry Freight & Palletised Products
  • Landscaping Supplies


The company strives to maintain a high level of standard and efficiency with its growing customer base over the North Island.

All our units are High Productivity Motor Vehicles (HPMV) which have proven to benefit both suppliers & customers.

Buckeridge Transport actively works towards continually improving its Health & Safety/Compliance standards for its staff and customers by using specialist support agencies which keep us up to date with all employment and health & safety compliance. This ensures we meet the demands of the Health and Safety & Employment Acts.

The company is a member of the NZ Road Transport Association.

 



Simon Buckeridge is based at the depot where Dispatch, Fleet Operations & Customer Relations are his key role & focus.

Danielle Buckeridge is the Administration Manager responsible for Creditors, Payroll, Financial Analysis & Health & Safety and Compliance.

Our Office Administrator Lorraine completes monthly debtors as well as various administrative duties.

Ten full time experienced drivers are employed by Buckeridge Transport.  Our drivers play a key role in the company and take pride in their units.

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HISTORY

Buckeridge Transport Ltd was established in 1977 by the late Ian Buckeridge and wife Judith Buckeridge.

The company was based in Carterton and specialised in stock, fertiliser spreading and general cartage.

By 1983 the company moved into log and timber cartage working for various sawmills in the lower North Island.

In 1991 the company relocated to Dannevirke and diversified into logging and timber cartage over the entire North Island and in 1993 fertiliser and wood residue cartage began.

Simon Buckeridge purchased the company in 2005 and became Managing Director. Simon has since expanded the business from a fleet of five to ten units which in turn has increased its customer base and helped meet the demands required.