Bobbin Transport had its beginnings in 1970 when Directors, Neville & Lyn Bobbin commenced hauling logs out of the NSW Far South Coast forests along with the odd line haul for Switzers Transport of Eden.
The ever-demanding landscaping world saw Neville and Lyn establish a business from their farm at Greig’s Flat, Pambula. Neville operated 5 trucks which transported fertiliser to farms on the Monaro and South Coast. They established a mulch supply business with eucalypt mulch from the Eden Chip Mill.
From this they again expanded into Timber and General Freight with 8 trucks and 15 staff.
In 2003 Bobbin Transport purchased 50% of Towns Haulage business and in 2004 purchased the remainder from the other partner. This saw the company expand again into refrigerated freight primarily carting fish and supermarket products.
In 2005 a new depot and office was established at 12 Redfern Close, South Pambula and set up depots in Sydney and Melbourne. By this time the company was operating 15 prime movers and employed 40 staff .
2007 saw the Company diversify into refrigerated storage with the establishment of a cold storage facility at its Pambula depot. The facility now holds about 5,000 pallets of local product.