OMB and particularly myself was humbled today with the launch of the new catering trailer we donated to Pan Pacific and RUAH to help raise money for the homeless of Perth. To all who attended lets keep this great initiative going and help as many people as we can. Well done to Rob for this great idea.
Visited WA Hino today to deliver a build and great to see all of our builds in a line awaiting the client to pick them up. We talk about quality and boy when it counts we deliver. The guys within the workshop have excelled on getting these builds to the client on budget, on time and to the best quality of anybody builder in Australia. WHEN QUALITY and service count its worth contacting the guys at ombwa.com.au. Big thank you also to our client for allowing us to build again this year for them.
Today is our 12 month anniversary since Andre and I took over OMB. Its been a rollercoaster of a ride to date but boy, what a ride. The company as grown in strength and size and we have our clients, and the whole team to thank for this. We are grateful that we remained open and busy through Covid as some others did not fair well, we hope all bounce back. The group is poised for growth this year so keep your eyes open. From Andre, myself and the team, thank you and here’s to the next twelve months.
The photo below shows the start of our latest medical clinic project, this one is a mobile earing bus to test peoples hearing out in the outback and regional areas of WA. I will forward more pictures as and when but this gives an insight into our mobile medical clinics start life. This one should be finished mid July.
Another day over and a quiet walk through the shop. All looking good and ready for the next day. I don’t think as employers we commend our teams for all the great work they do day in day out. Since OMB became independent in July of last year, our business as grown with customers returning to the fold and new clients embracing our way of doing business. Thank you to all, lets look forward to the rest of this year and then watch this space for growth.
Our catering van is nearing completion, once finished it will be used to help raise money to home the homeless of Perth. OMB have donated this trailer so when you are walking outside the Pan Pacific hotel on Adelaide street in the city please stop and buy something, the money is going to a good cause. More to follow.
Whilst the government have increased the timeframe for the write of scheme for the $150,000, it does not seem to have had an impact on clients still wanting products delivered by June 30, we are still slammed and trying to keep all targets on track. The weather slows production within the paint area due to damp conditions giving yet another challenge at this time of the year, but it does not effect our resolve to meet client expectations, bit of a squeeze inside when need to keep everything out of the rain. Thanks again to all our great clients.
Osborne Motor Bodies are building a fully insulated catering trailer but with a twist, this one we have tried to design Retro to stand out from the crowd. OMB are building and donating this one to help feed and eventually find home’s for the homeless. We have used 30mm insulated panel to give some comfort in both hot and cold conditions. Once complete it will have serving hatch and door access, griddle, hot water, shelving and lighting. OMB are very proud to be part of this project with Pan Pacific Perth. If you would like a catering trailer built, (unfortunately you would need to pay), then drop an email to me at OMB on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Its good to assist the services with builds and repairs to their fleet of vehicles. Both of these have been built by OMB and are just in for a quick freshen up and electrical tests. It takes a lot of trades to fit one of these out to this quality so we thank all for your assistance in producing great fit for purpose ICV’s.