Expressway Spares Business Profile

I worked on the production and editing of the Expressway Spares business profile with my good friends at The BIG Movie Company.

In total we created 14 separate video case studies for Expressway Spares which showcase each part of their operation.

About Expressway Spares

Expressway Spares was founded in 1964 by Gerard Cassegrain to service the local logging industry, Expressway Spares has developed into one of the world’s largest used parts operations of its kind, specialising in Caterpillar equipment.

Today, Expressway Spares incorporates over 7000 square metres of covered storage and work space, and a 25 hectare machinery display and storage area. They are centrally located between Brisbane and Sydney, and serviced daily by all major freight carriers and a network of national and international freight forwarders.

Take a look below at the individual department videos

Engine Rebuild Department

Fuel Pump Room

Machine Shop

Transmission Department

Turbo Room

Dispatch Department

Dismantling Department

General Workshop

Transmission Dyno Room

Warehouse

Welding Department

Sandblasting and Painting

The main branch, in Wauchope, NSW, is centrally located between Brisbane and Sydney on the east coast of Australia and is serviced daily by all major freight carriers and a network of national and international freight forwarders. We also have branches in Mt Thorley – Hunter Valley and Mackay – Bowen Basin.

The 25 hectare site incorporates over 10,000 square metres of warehouse and workshop space and a vast machinery display and storage area. Comprehensive workshop services include a component rebuild centre, a 2,500hp dynamometer, a turbo repair shop, a transmission dynamometer, and a fuel injection repair shop.

They have been in the used parts business for over 4 decades. In that time, there have been many changes in the earthmoving industry and Expressway Spares have met the challenge by having a flexible attitude to their customers needs and are constantly searching for ways to improve the services that the company has to offer. Customers range from sole owner/operators to some of the biggest construction and mining companies worldwide.