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What a body!

What a body!

NZ Truck & Driver News

 September 2020   

Mills-Tui’s Dean Purves has won Real Steel’s inaugural Show Off Your Hardox Body photo contest.

“They don’t get much bigger and tougher than this!” Purves reckons of the winning unit – a Rob Dahm billet unit, with a Real Steel Mills-Tui body.

The contest was a celebration of the 4000th Hardox unit built in New Zealand – “a huge milestone for Real Steel, which will take place in the next few months,” says Real Steel MD Luke Mathieson.

Mathieson says that Hardox “has seen phenomenal success since it first entered the NZ market in 2012” – with thousands of the Swedish steel bodies put to work, transporting heavy and sharp rocks, steel scrap, demolition materials and other abrasive loads.  

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Mills-Tui’s Dean Purves has won Real Steel’s inaugural Show Off Your Hardox Body photo contest.
“They don’t get much bigger and tougher than this!” Purves reckons of the winning unit – a Rob Dahm billet unit, with a Real Steel Mills-Tui body.
The contest was a celebration of the 4000th Hardox unit built in New Zealand – “a huge milestone for Real Steel, which will take place in the next few months,” says Real Steel MD Luke Mathieson.
Mathieson says that Hardox “has seen phenomenal success since it first entered the NZ market in 2012” – with thousands of the Swedish steel bodies put to work, transporting heavy and sharp rocks, steel scrap, demolition materials and other abrasive loads.  

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