Choosing businesses to work with is hard.
That guy your family friend met at lawn bowls, you know the one he thinks is a top bloke and has a business that is a bit like yours. Good enough reason to give him a go? Probably not but you wouldn’t be the first person to be fouled by the ‘family friend’.
So what makes Kuuwa Rentals worth giving a fair go?
Firstly, who are we?
Kuuwa Rentals specialises in mine spec light, heavy and specialised vehicles for all environments including mining, civil, construction and resource projects. We source high quality vehicles from our partners to guarantee they perform for our clients.
We know that your business is as important to you as our business is to us, so we carefully select who we work with. Our suppliers are all respected dealers and manufacturers with successful histories working in Australia.
But lots of companies do that so what is different about Kuuwa?
Each project is unique and has diverse specific requirements, so each vehicle must be designed to your specifications. We don’t pull vehicles from our yard, you tell us what you want and we source and design the exact machine you are chasing.
We put together a Light Vehicle comparison chart to help you get the correct vehicle for the job.
Kuuwa Rentals is Indigenous owned. We are proud of our Western Australian roots so we called our rental company, Kuuwa, which is the indigenous word for West.
If your business does not already have a structured approach to advance reconciliation, Kuuwa can be part of that process. We work closely with our partners so they can implement a framework towards a structured approach through the four stages of their Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Being part of Supply Nation has allowed us to identify other genuine Indigenous businesses to partner with as well as allowing Kuuwa to be identified as a trusted Indigenous business too.
Reinvesting in Communities.
We are passionate about Indigenous communities and giving back in a way that will develop them and help them prosper.
One of our passion projects this year has been the Onslow School Breakfast Club. Kids flock to the Keeping Place every morning before school and are given breakfast and a packed lunch to ensure they are well fuelled for a full day at school. Since the inception of the program the local school has seen an increase in attendance.
Small steps but we are focused on encouraging young indigenous kids to take advantage of the opportunities available to them.
We are focused on bridging the gap between the mining sector and indigenous communities. If we sound like the kind of business you want to do business with, then we would love to hear from you.