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  • Linfox adds CNG trucks to Thailand operation

    Linfox’s fleet for Tesco Lotus in Thailand has now taken delivery of eight new compressed natural gas (CNG) Isuzu FR 86 trucks as part of the company’s goal to reduce its rate of carbon emissions by 50 per cent by 2015. Read More...

  • ITTES full steam ahead

    The stage is now set for Australia’s biggest commercial road transport event, the 2012 International Truck, Trailer and Equipment Show – and some of the country’s most respected fleets have thrown their support behind the show in a very big way. Read More...

  • UD claims top spot

    UD Trucks has finished on top in the Japanese manufacturers over 350hp heavy-duty truck bracket for the seventh year in a row. Read More...

  • Free entry registrations for ITTES now open

    Entry registrations for the trade and general public are now open for the 2012 International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show which will be held at the Melbourne Showgrounds from 15-17 March. Read More...

  • Scania to reduce production rate

    Scania will lower its production rate at its facilities in Europe and Latin America from this month, as the company foresees a continued slowdown in demand in these markets. Read More...

  • K&S CEO announces retirement

    CEO of K&S Corporation, Legh Winser, has announced that he will retire in 2012 following 39 years with the company. Read More...

  • DNTA to hire 1200

    Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) has announced its plans to hire 1200 new employees for its Freightliner Truck Manufacturing Plant in North Carolina. Read More...

  • First ‘Made in India’ truck for Daimler

    At a special preview for Indian journalists in early January, Daimler Truck’s subsidiary, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), revealed the new BharatBenz branded heavy-duty truck. Read More...

  • Isuzu tops market for 23rd year

    Isuzu Trucks has once again finished on top, recording its 23rd consecutive year at the top of the sales charts, according to official T-mark industry reports. Read More...

  • Paul Freestone re-elected as VTA President

    The Victorian Transport Association has announced that Paul Freestone of Freestone’s Transport has been elected as VTA President for the seventh year. Read More...

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