An Australian business with a rich history of innovation.

From our humble beginning as a foundry to evolving into an industry leader in fluid handling products, there is one thing that has remained consistent… our proven, dependable products and safe solutions.


We've been serving Australian industries for nearly a century.

Treloar was originally founded in 1927 by the Oliver brothers as a foundry casting non-ferrous metals in Sydney. The foundry cast some historic monuments throughout the Hunter region, most notably the Hunter Valley Bollards and The Dog on the Tuckerbox monument which was erected near Gundagai in 1932 (pictured left). The monument was unveiled by Australian Prime Minister, Joe Lyons, in 1932 and is a loved tourist attraction today.

By the early 2000s, Treloar had become one of the leading foundries in Australia and our focus had shifted to mainly fluid transfer fittings. After many ups and downs and several strategic shifts, today, we have evolved into an industry-leading supplier of high-quality critical fluid handling products and services. Treloar is passionate about providing safe, dependable products that protect our customers and the environments they operate in. It’s that passion that has led to Treloar products being trusted by companies Australia-wide and internationally.

Treloar has a strong partnership with an Australian company that operates several manufacturing facilities internationally to produce our products. We source critical components locally and all final quality control, assembly and testing are conducted by specialists at our headquarters in Rutherford, NSW.

We’re a leader in critical fluid transfer system design because of our proven and dependable products, technical standards and long-term commitment to safety and quality. As part of this commitment, Treloar’s Engineering Department is responsible for the continuous improvement of current lines as well as the development of fit-for-purpose products and services customised to client needs. It’s this commitment that gives us the confidence to say we can solve any critical fluid handling challenge you send our way!



Paul Walton

Engineering Manager
Mechanical Engineer with 20 years of experience in a wide range of industries from heavy engineering to Automotive.
Paul Joined Treloar in 2016 as an engineer and is currently the Engineering Manager, he enjoys technical challenges and learning about new technologies with a drive for detail and quality. Outside of work he enjoys mountain biking which he has competed in since a teenager.

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Jackeline Kress

Customer Service / Purchasing

Works in the division of Procurement and Customer Service.

Joined the Treloar team in 2004 as a Receptionist and transitioned to Sales in 2016.

Out of work Jackeline enjoys being engrossed in her garden, time devoted to close family and play times with her pet dog Ollie.





Jason Fuller

Customer Service / Dispatch

Customer service representative with over 20 years of sales experience ranging from speciality Trucks and cars to motorhomes and caravans

Jason joined Treloar in 2018, his favourite part of his job is Face to Face interaction with customers and always keen to learn and develop his knowledge.

He is a proud father of 1 son and 2 daughters and likes to go camping and fishing to unwind.


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Latest news

Jun 23, 2021
Stepping up with WLT Folding Stairs
With a commitment to finding the best possible solutions for our clients, we were recently approached by Coogee Chemicals with a unique challenge. As the producer of industrial, agricultural and mineral processing chemicals, Coogee Chemicals needed to upgrade their Sodium Hypochlorite and Sodium ...

Jun 01, 2021
Australian first trial of ARTA dry breaks
At Treloar, we’re committed to working with our customers to find the best possible solutions and are proud of our ability to go the extra mile by offering servicing, spare parts and technical abilities.

Sep 29, 2020
Welcome to our new digital home
As you may have noticed, things have changed a little bit around here.  

Sep 28, 2020
Project: Loading Arm for Propylene Glycol (PGI)
This was a loading arm for Propylene Glycol (PGI), the customer needed it in a very short lead-time and we were able to deliver. Typically, this type of arm would take us 8-10 weeks as they are manufactured to order in our workshop, but we were able to deliver in just 6 weeks including painting and ...

Sep 27, 2020
Industry coupling offers LNG innovations
Treloar Trading and its international partner ARTA are offering the global market new LNG products, including gas dry break and breakaway coupling technology as well as cryogenic equipment for loading and unloading. LNG is a global commodity accounting for a significant percentage of worldwide gas ...