In 2004, after decades on the land, West Australian farmer, Craig Gorfin, ventured into importing. He had identified a need both on his own farm and in the general marketplace for quality products that could improve operator safety, productivity and efficiency.
After many overseas trips to see what was out there and to source products, Central Wheatbelt Imports was established.
Since then, Central Wheatbelt Imports has grown to become one of Australia’s leading suppliers of dash camera observation equipment, as well as HID and LED lights and accessories that improve safety and reduce risk for machinery operators. Central Wheatbelt Imports services not only the agricultural sector, but also the mining industry and other associated sectors of the market.
Craig is still committed to personally sourcing new products for machinery operators throughout Australia. In addition to dash cameras and lighting equipment, he also specialises in air induction spray technology, snatch straps and crop dividers.
Craig has first-hand working knowledge of all products he sells. His extensive product knowledge and industry experience enables Craig to recommend the correct products for your application. He can also tailor-design lighting packages for your individual machinery requirements.
If you would like more information on any product, please contact us.
At CW Imports, where possible, we take a sustainable approach to the running of our business.
We recycle cartons and packing materials whenever we can. Collecting used boxes and packaging from our local health food shop and chemist on a weekly basis, we use these for the dispatch of our orders.
And rather than pack larger boxes will ‘fill,’ such as bubble-wrap or foam, we cut them down to a more suitable size for the product.
Where possible, we also avoid supplying cameras and cabling in plastic blister packs and instead use cardboard packaging, which is more environmentally friendly.
In a bid to help reduce carbon emissions and support biodiversity, we have planted approximately 250,000 seedlings, targeting creek lines, seeps and salt scalds. These trees are still growing and look magnificent.