Harvest/Matawhero Transport

Harvest/Matawhero Transport is a locally owned business that carts fruit, stock and farming supplies around Gisborne and East Coast.

Based in Matawhero it is owned by Dave Wilson, who says they take great pride in their work to make sure your load gets to its destination.

With eight trucks and a minimum of seven staff, Harvest/Matawhero Transport shift everything from citrus, kiwifruit, squash, wool, fert, metal, stock and fencing supplies.

They have four forklifts that fit on the back of their trailers so they can lift bins on and off to make it easier for you, the customer.

They have been carting large loads for rural operators and orchardists for around 12 years.

They do it all, grapes, squash, citrus, apples, kiwifruit, maize, wool, fert, metal, stock and all other general farming supplies.

Harvest/Matawhero Transport
393 Gladstone Rd
Gisborne
Give them a call today 868 7200.
Contact: + 64 6 868 7200.

Harvest/Matawhero Transport is a locally owned business that carts fruit, stock and farming supplies around Gisborne and East Coast.

Based in Matawhero it is owned by Dave Wilson, who says they take great pride in their work to make sure your load gets to its destination.

With eight trucks and a minimum of seven staff, Harvest/Matawhero Transport shift everything from citrus, kiwifruit, squash, wool, fert, metal, stock and fencing supplies.

They have four forklifts that fit on the back of their trailers so they can lift bins on and off to make it easier for you, the customer.

They have been carting large loads for rural operators and orchardists for around 12 years.

They do it all, grapes, squash, citrus, apples, kiwifruit, maize, wool, fert, metal, stock and all other general farming supplies.

Harvest/Matawhero Transport
393 Gladstone Rd
Gisborne
Give them a call today 868 7200.
Contact: + 64 6 868 7200.

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