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Volgren Australia

Volgren Australia was first established in 1977, we have manufacturing plants in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. Our company has over 30 years of experience in the commercial bus bodybuilding business. All of our bodies are constructed from aluminum which has a natural resistance to corrosion, which is prevalent in the highly corrosive environment of the mining industry. Providing after sales service and have qualified tradespeople on hand to do any maintenance, repairs, damage repairs, resprays and warranty repairs.

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221-243 Hammond RdDandenong VIC 3175
Phone: 03 9791 4255 Fax: 03 9794 0336
volgren.com.au

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