We understand the importance of monitoring and managing the movement of excavated material. We ensure that all excavated materials are handled and disposed of using the most environmentally friendly methods.
We pride ourselves on our strong longstanding relationships and as a result we have access to a vast network of clients, sites and suppliers Victoria wide. Whether you are looking for material or require removal of material from your projects, we’ve got you covered.
Fleet ensure all material movements are managed and handled in line with all relevant guidelines. We have access to a large range of licensed landfills to successfully dispose of contaminated material from your project. Our database of registered suppliers are equipped with EPA permits and the necessary licenses to perform these works.
Fleet Plant Hire operate as a Carbon Neutral business and thoroughly reviews materials for re-use before opting for landfill. Our relationships with our industry partners enable us to provide beneficial re-use opportunities for materials across our projects.
We are leaders in our industry and possess immense knowledge and skills to achieve project outcomes. Fleet have the capabilities to manage bulk excavation works from start to finish, by providing you with loading, cartage and disposal solutions necessary to meet your project requirements.
“Fleet operate with integrity and will stand by rates quoted at time of tender something of an anomaly in an industry that at times lacks integrity. Fleet differentiate themselves by doing what they say they will do.”
“The Ace Contractors Group has had a long and mutually beneficial relationship with Fleet for more than 15 years and wholeheartedly recommend them as Melbourne’s pre-eminent provider of cartage and plant hire services.”
“Fleet continually demonstrates the collaborative approach necessary to perform cartage works in all locations, regardless of logistics, complexity or the resources required to ensure aligned outcomes. Their brand is one of trust, experience and reliability.”