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.
OMB have been asked to produce another mobile medical clinic, this time to assist with earing problems. OMB have become the go to people for this type of build and are pleased to be building a second ear bus. This particular build is on a Mercedes chassis and when finished will be fitted with air con, waste and fresh water system, benches etc. If you would like Osborne Motor Bodies to discuss your next project with you then please feel free to drop an email to email@example.com or call 08 9377 2400.
This attenuator as arrived for its safety checks and a little bit of maintenance work. OMB offer a full maintenance and repair service to all of our clients from fab work to electrical and hydraulic, drop a line if you need assistance on any of your vehicles.
This is a OMB locally built product for our client Daimler Trucks Perth. This picture shows the front of the body with the aperture ready for the chiller unit to be fitted. The walls are made from cool room panel to maintain the required temperature. If you would like a build to this quality to keep your produce fresh then drop an email to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
his drum tray is not just run of the mill design. This vehicle will be used for transporting missiles within our military basis and therefore as been fully DG wired and fitted with none static materials to suppress sparks. The undertray wiring is fully enclosed in conduit and all lights have been connected using full DG wiring specifications. The steel tray as been covered in Aluminum and wrapped around all edges to make sure everything that is possible of creating a spark is fully insulated. Try the team at Osborne Motor Bodies if you would like a special build. ombwa.com.au
OMB are asked to produce many styles of toolbox, customers have their own ideas of what they want but this shows one of our standard toolbox set ups. Benefiting from 3 heavy duty draws, 2 shelves, pull out workbench and inverter with three power outlets. The door is operated by gas strutts and lighting is fitted to the top along with proximity switches wired to the handbrake. If you want a quality toolbox then just drop a line to email@example.com
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.
OMB have been tasked with building an explosives carrying tray for our military friends. This photo shows the tray in one of our spray booths awaiting paint to the steel frame. The aluminum will remain in its current state. The chassis has been painted in rust proofing paint and all wiring is to Dangerous Goods carrying regulations. This is one of those builds that looks basic but the work that you cannot see is vast. If you would like a tray like this for your next project please do not hesitate in contacting the team at firstname.lastname@example.org