Known as Tyreright Forbes, Jamie Walsh and his team have had an amazing, and challenging year in the first 12 months in business. When Jamie started the business, he had one employee, Ben Faber, and with his partner Natalie, they have all supported each other to make the business what it is today.
The business is constantly growing and expanding, and now services not only the local Forbes area, but also towns within a 200km radius, including Wyalong, Condobolin, Euabalong, Bogan Gate, Gooloogong, Cowra and all places in between. Now the business has what is called a Rapid Response Unit, which is designed to assist the team meet the varying needs of their customers and respond in a quicker timeframe. This consists of a 4WD with a service body and they can now get to places other vehicles can’t.
In addition, Tyreright has grown the mechanical side of its business, to include basic vehicle services, brake checks or upgrading of suspension in all vehicles. Tyreright can also provide a vehicle registration check, so Tyreright is now essentially a ‘one stop rego shop’, enabling customers to get everything done on their vehicles under the one roof.
With the recent flooding in and around Forbes, and the predicted wet harvest for the summer, Tyreright has once again adapted to meet the needs of their rural customers. They have sourced and can now supply Clip-On Duals for all headers to help make the wet harvest ahead a bit easier and more of a reality. If you are thinking that you will need these for harvest, get in early and give Jamie and the boys a call to order. The benefits are that they will increase your tractor’s footprint and traction and give extra floatation, reducing ground pressure in soft or boggy conditions, with less damage to crops and pasture.
Tyreright is a Finalist in Excellence in Business Ethics for the Forbes Business Chamber Boscar Awards.