Trucklane is a portal to selling Freighters,tippers,tractors,mixers,compacters,payloaders,dumpers,cranes and used truck for sale trailers, sales are of a very high standard and fulfils standard of truck and equipment sales, not that the market inSouth Africa is far behind, we, however, will constantly strive to improve our website so that our clients will receive maximum return on their investment with us and you can be rest assured that you are in safe hands with a combined total of over 100 years within the industry.
Premium truck and trailer advertising portal in South Africa
We are confident in our capabilities and assure you that we will meet with all your prerequisites. The site was intended to provide our clients 24 hour round the clock nationwide advertising and exposure within the commercial auto motive industry. We have ensued a vision that all your commercial vehicles/ machinery and equipment and spares are catered for under one dynamic website, eliminating countless hours of searching and jumping from one website to another.
Wether you require a new truck,trailer or an excavator or simply just spare parts look no further, at Trucklane we not only understand your needs, but we have adopted them as our own, to ensure we leave no stone unturned when it comes to our clients and stretching to their clients too.
Trucklane not only focuses on used trucks in gauteng or even trucks in sa but all over the globe, and ensue customer satisfaction every time. Extensive research has been done to back our bold statements in addition to giving us a competitive edge against the bigger brand advertisers out there today, yet maintaining equal and neutral attention and service levels to all our clients and not just our high earning clients. We value the small business as much as the bigger corporate clients.
David Rockefeller said it best and it best sums up: "Success in business requires training and discipline and hard work. But if your not frightened by these things, the opportunities are just as great today as they ever were."