Old school trucks: Fulton Hogan (part 1)

By: Dean Middleton


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Take a look back at some of the classic trucks that Fulton Hogan has owned over the years.

From humble beginnings in Dunedin back in 1933, Fulton Hogan has since grown to become a huge infrastructure construction, roadworks and aggregate supplier in New Zealand.

While Fulton Hogan operates a huge variety of machinery and implements, my interest has always been on the transport side of the business and specifically the trucks themselves. Almost every make of truck has found its way into the Fulton Hogan fleet at some stage over the years, either purchased new or from acquisitions. While bulk buying has seen many of the same brands enter the fleet at any one time, it would seem that most brands are still considered when it comes to choosing fleet additions and replacements.

Whatever the make or model of the truck, the Fulton Hogan livery must be one of the most common seen on New Zealand roads.

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