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Double Coin Imaging Awards - October 2021


Generation Y Auckland transport operator Kohan Wilson’s background shines through in the look of his fast-growing fleet of trucks.

The 35-year-old channels an interesting mix of a love of fast Mazda rotaries, old Holdens and Harleys, plus social media smarts, biker/skatie culture….

And memories of growing up being helluva impressed by big trucks with towering exhaust stacks coming down the road – loving how they looked like something out of Mad Max.

He’s also clearly driven to succeed, entrepreneurial, not afraid to take risks, knows what he wants….and goes right after it.

The result of all that reveals itself these days in spectacular fashion. That’s spectacul... ... 


Double Coin Imaging Awards - September 2021


When Waikato brothers Vaughan and Grayson Laurent – and their wives, Dani and Larissa – started their trucking business, there was never any question about what the company colour was going to be.

Simple: It would be the colour of the secondhand truck they’d bought to launch their business.

The brothers – both qualified mechanics, but with a love of trucks – were just 28 (Vaughan) and 24 (Grayson) when they started Laurent Contractors…

And, as Vaughan puts it, they were starting out with virtually nothing – except enthusiasm and determination.

They had no guaranteed work – and only enough money to buy a 14-year-old Foden Alpha. It was still in the red of origin... ... 


Double Coin Imaging Awards - August 2021


What happens when one iconic regional transport company is taken over by another – both of them with well-known names and standout colour schemes?

Does the new owner keep the name and the colour scheme of the company it’s purchased…

Or does it rationalise things – gradually phase out the acquired name and livery, absorbing the operation into its 

own business?

That question arises with Wairarapa Livestock Transport and its electric blue trucks, with their sharp red, silver and white stripes.

It’s a good-looking livery that’s been a common sight on roads and farms in the Wairarapa for 40 years – the colour scheme staying largely unchanged through a co... ... 


Double Coin Imaging Awards - April 2022


Mainstream New Zealand is well known for its near-black and yellow colours – with more than 200 trucks on its fleet - but is stepping up to provide a green solution for a key customer.

A bold all-green truck and trailer livery and a sustainability message are the story behind a fleet of five new Scania R 650s that are carrying FMI Building Innovation branding as Mainstream delivers a dedicated nationwide freight service to the building supplies manufacturer.

The 8x4 R 650 and five-axle trailer combinations with trucks and curtain siders in vivid green are certain to turn heads on the highway.

FMI – Fairview Metal industries – is a 53-year-old company with its origins... ... 

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