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Our business commenced here in 1960 and has grown to now supply vegetables up and down the breadth of Australia’s east coast.
Bonaccord evolved from humble beginnings in 1960 when Max and Kath Ingram left Timbarra, northwest of Buchan.
Our fertile soils, reliable rainfall and temperate climate enable us to produce and market premium product to our clients twelve months of the year.
Bonaccord Freightlines began in 1989. The Ingram’s needed a reliable form of refrigerated transport for their produce and when the local carrier was no longer available, it was due to necessity that a refrigerated van and prime mover was purchased. Today Bonaccord owns approximately 52 trucks which transports produce for themselves and other businesses to and from Sydney and Melbourne.
Bonaccord Freightlines Pty Ltd is committed to supplying a quality freight carriage service, and to complying with an effective Food Quality / Safety Plan.
We will provide the resources necessary to grow and improve our business.
Continuous improvement will be the priority of management and staff and will be achieved by regular review of the company objectives and our Food Quality / Safety Plan.
All employees are encouraged to participate in an active role to deliver the objectives stated.
“Bonaccord is one of Eastern Victoria’s largest vegetable production and logistics companies. Our business commenced here in 1960 and has grown to now supply vegetables up and down the breadth of Australia’s east coast. More recently our business is expanding into value adding vegetable products, a role which we see as vital to meet client needs. Eastern Gippsland has been a great location for our business. Our fertile soils, reliable rainfall and temperate climate enable us to produce and market premium product to our clients twelve months of the year. Being close to other major processors such as Patties Foods and One Harvest means that the region is well served by the infrastructure needed to support a business of our size. It’s also a great place to live. I can be in the snow in the morning and on the beach in the afternoon, where else can you do that?”