superior Shuttles

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quality shuttle trailers

customised for you

 
 

let's go places together

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Introducing the SportyCAT and the MaxiCAT shuttles: stylish, functional and innovative trailers.

Superior Shuttles have been manufacturing these very popular, high quality, fibreglass waterproof trailers, that are modern looking and low maintenance by design, since early 1990s. 

Available in two sizes: the SportyCAT (single axle) with options of one, two or three doors; and the MaxiCAT (tandem axle) with options of rear door only or both side and rear door.

Both the SportyCat and the MaxiCat can be customised to suit your individual requirements.

 
 

Our range of CATs have been created to be fun, practical and geared to any work, leisure or lifestyle need and situation. Ideal for:

  • Community Groups
  • Schools
  • Sports Clubs
  • Hobbyists
  • Tradespeople
  • Business owners.

Fibreglass has its own structural strength which reduces the need for steel ribs which, in turn, reduces weight.  Fibreglass is quite possibly the ideal material to use for shuttles.

The fibreglass smooth finish:

  • stays clean
  • is easily repairable
  • is resistant to stone chips
  • is completely rust and corrosion proof.
 
 

Contact us today for a no obligation, free quote.

 
 
 
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This year, Superior Shuttles is proud sponsor of Lane 5 for the entire week of Swimming NZ's AON NZ Open Championships. not only the Legends Relay but for the week long event of NZ Opens. If you want to get out and support swimming in New Zealand, you can donate to the Legends' Relay, an event that is held each year with the goal of raising money for the NZ Swimming Alumni which is reinvested back into the up and coming swimmers through grants and scholarships. We host this event with the help of past international representatives who are invited back to the pool to compete in relay teams against each other. This year, the Legends' Relay will celebrate the teams which competed at the 1958 Cardiff Commonwealth Games, 1968 Mexico Olympics Games, 1978 Edmonton Commonwealth Games and the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games.

 
 

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