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In an exclusive interview with Prime Mover, Hino General Manager, Brand and Franchise Development, Bill Gillespie, has said the truck brand will undergo a raft of brand upgrades in 2017, including new models and dealerships.
With access to a world-leading high productivity vehicle scheme and growing openness towards new technology, Australian road transport could be one step ahead of the rest of the world, according Volvo Trucks’ Claes Nilsson.
In a Prime Mover exclusive, Sal Petroccitto, Chief Executive of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, delivers his take on the progress of Australia's Performance-Based Standards scheme.
After making a name for itself in the mining industry, eye-tracking specialist Seeing Machines is now entering the commercial road transport and automotive market. The company’s value proposition doesn’t lie in high technology alone, though. IT’s hidden in the vision behind it.
With e-commerce on the rise and new contenders seemingly entering the scene on a daily basis, parcel powerhouse DHL Express is investing heavily to stay at the top of the food chain.
Volvo Group Australia President Peter Voorhoeve is a man on a mission. After two and half years in Australia, the Dutch expat has no intention to leave – instead, he is positioning himself as a spokesman for Australian trucking as whole.
In an exclusive Prime Mover interview, Toll Chief Executive Brian Kruger opens up about the company’s headline-making acquisition by Japan Post and his personal relationship with modern transport technology.
There are many ways to operate a transport business in Australia, but the franchise model is still comparatively rare. Moorebank-based Pack & Send has perfected the concept.
Prime Mover recently spoke to Sal Petroccitto, CEO of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, to find out more about the impact of the Performance-Based Standards (PBS) scheme in Australia and what the future holds.
Time flies when you’re having fun. About a year ago, Prime Mover spoke to Mack’s Dean Bestwick to find out more about the direction the company was going to take in Australia. Time to check whether the bulldog brand is still on track.
Daimler’s global management restructure in 2014 saw Australian Daniel Whitehead return to his home country as Managing Director of the company’s local Truck and Bus business. A year on, Prime Mover met the young executive to take stock.
The noise around the ‘culture trumps strategy’ debate reached deafening levels in 2014. But according to CFC Group’s Chris J. Mallios, a healthy culture and sound business strategy don’t need to be bifurcated for a transport company to be successful in 2015.