Vickery Bros, The Fertiliser Professionals | Australia
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Established in 1948 by
Alan & Jack Vickery

Vickery Bros. is a
3rd generation
family owned business

Did you know
we transport in excess of
250,000 tonnes
of product per year

We supply and deliver
fertiliser, grain,
concrete, rock,
rubble and sand

Vickery Bros. sponsor
over 40 football/netball,
bowling, tennis, cricket,
racing, basketball,
hockey and quoits clubs

Wanting to achieve
higher growth?

 Contact us to find out more

Looking after
farmers from
Port to Paddock

Western Victoria
South East South Australia

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New internal system starts development
  • Vickery Bros. is committed to embracing new technologies, and under the guidance of Craig, a new internal computer system is being developed which will allow online access to information for all our personnel. This is set to streamline current processes and provide an even more efficient service for our clients.

  • With information available via tablet/smartphone, our agronomists will be able to review customer data whilst out in a paddock or around a kitchen table rather than waiting until they are back in the office.  

  • Job details can be emailed directly the Logistics/Spreading Managers for their prompt attention, which will ensure there is no information misheard over a bad telephone connection.

  • Our spreader drivers will be able to remotely access the most up to date information on clients' properties, including maps, contact information and property history, which will ensure accurate spreading.  

  • Job information can be sent directly to the driver which will drastically reduce waiting times for our customers.

  • With precise recording of what has been spread and when, it will be much easier to reference history and development of not only properties but individual paddocks.

  • Vickery Bros. has a commitment to the environment; the new system will ensure the amount of paper currently used is extensively reduced.