Mills-Tui

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Mills-Tui
Industry Bus manufacturing
Founded 1999
Defunct September 2014
Headquarters Narangba
Owner Peter Heffernan
Tjeerd Van Riel
Number of employees
80
Website www.mills-tui.com.au

Mills-Tui[1] was an Australian manufacturer of heavily specialised vehicles in Narangba, Brisbane.

History[edit]

Mills-Tui was established in 1999 when the fire appliance business of Austral was purchased from the administrators of Clifford Corporation.[2][3][4]

In 2001 it purchased the rights to the Majestic coach and Orbit bus bodies from Queensland Coach Company with AAT Kings and Greyhound Australia major customers.[5][6] It also built ambulance bodies.

In September 2014, Mills-Tui ceased trading.[7][8][9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mills-Tui Australia Pty Ltd Australian Securities & Investments Commission
  2. ^ About Mills-Tui Mills-Tui
  3. ^ "National Manufacturing & Industry News" Australian Bus Panorama 16/5 April 2001 page 16
  4. ^ Mills Tui, Benz win Defence coaches Australian Bus & Coach
  5. ^ AAT Kings Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  6. ^ Greyhound Australia Australian Bus Fleet Lists
  7. ^ Notice of Appointment of Liquidator Australian Securities & Investments Commission
  8. ^ Jobs go as Queensland specialist truck manufacturer goes bust The Courier Mail 19 September 2014
  9. ^ Mills-Tui Goes Broke Australasian Bus & Coach 26 September 2014

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