Truck Hire Sydney

Searching for Truck Hire in Sydney?

Here at Scully RSV, we offer the most complete and reliable options for truck hire Sydney and surrounding areas can muster. Our team can organise a short or long term loan agreement for businesses and enterprises of all sizes.

Our Comprehensive Hire Fleet

We pride ourselves on the quick and efficient delivery of a range of hire options for all clients. Small businesses are well-served by our One-Tonne Refrigerated Utes or 2 Tonne and 6 Pallet RSVs, all of which can be operated with a C-Class License.

You can hire our fleet for a single day or for significantly longer assignments, depending on your specific needs.

Refrigerated Transport for Brisbane, Sydney and Beyond

Scully RSV is committed to the delivery of the best transport options you’ll find on the Australian market. Our handcrafted truck bodies are made from thermally-efficient fibreglass, and we only trust industry-leading suppliers for components.

We use Hino and Toyota as our truck manufacturers, and trust Carrier and Thermo King for our refrigeration units. Additional components are supplied by trusted brands Coldshield, Dhollandia and Anteo Tail Lifts.

Long-term partnerships are integral in the refrigerated transport industry, and we are proud to have supported major organisations such as Pauls, Linfox, Toll and PFD Food Services in delivery of their products.

Our Commitment to Innovation

Our business has been family owned and operated for more than 30 years, and we feel it is important to contribute to the future of the Australian refrigerated transport industry. In 2014 we launched the Scully RSV Research Arm with an eye toward the future. We will continue to research and implement exciting new technologies, as well as informative content and collateral to help our clients make the best decision for their needs.

To speak with our experienced team on all things related to refrigerated transport and truck hire Sydney, you can contact our office on 1800 728 559 or use our online contact page.

Scully truck driving on road