Paul Morris demonstrates the safety benefits of Roadpod
“To me, safety is imperative, both on and off the track” - Paul Morris

Loading trucks at heights is an unsafe task, performed daily nationwide, with a high risk of injury to workers that organisations may be unaware of or don't have a solution to.

Question: Do you employ workers who climb at height onto trucks and trailers to:
A)   Access and secure loads?
B)   Load or unload deliveries?

If you answered YES, then your organisation is at risk!

The solution = Roadpod

​An innovative pod design, revolutionising the transportation industry by eliminating the need to work at heights when loading and unloading trucks.

How does the Roadpod system work?

​Freight is packed onto pods at ground level, loaded onto the truck with a forklift and locked in place. Because goods are strapped and pre-slung by your crew with their feet on the ground, there’s no need for them to climb onto trailers.

The best part!

Roadpod is custom-designed to suit your existing fleet and plant. The patented system is compatible with any size truck: Pantech, semi-trailers and flatbed bodies, and caters for every industry’s products: Pallets, PVC pipes and building materials. 

We design a solution to suit your business and your budget. ​And we project manage the entire process, from specifying your requirements to implementing Roadpod into your business.

​Your trucks + Roadpod = No more WorkCover

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