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  • Transport costs on the rise

    The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has released the December 2010 Cost Index showing that transport costs rose by four percent overall in 2010. Read More...

  • Opticruise for all

    After completing tests in Western Australia, Scania has confirmed that the new fully automated Scania Opticruise will be available across its entire range. Read More...

  • Swedish cab strength test turns 50

    It has been 50 years since the cab strength test devised by Volvo was introduced as law in Sweden and Volvo continues to use this test to this day. Read More...

  • Smart Awards 2010

    Nominations have opened for the Smart Awards, Australia’s leading awards for outstanding achievements in supply chain and logistics management. Read More...

  • Hino delivers state-of-the-art fire tankers

    The Australian Capital Territory Emergency Services Authority (ESA) has upgraded its fire-fighting capability after receiving eleven purpose-built Hino fire tankers. Read More...

  • Truck Industry Council gets behind Safety Drive Day

    Freight 2011 announced that the Truck Industry Council (TIC) has thrown its full support behind the Freight 2011 Safety Drive Day, coming on board as an official supporter and endorsing the event to its members. Read More...

  • First Tyreright store opens in Vic

    Tyreright, a service network developed by Tyres4u, has established its first Victorian branch, Double D, in a bid to capture Melbourne’s tyre market and challenge existing tyre chains. Read More...

  • Handover of written-off heavy vehicle to SkillsTech

    SkillsTech Australia has announced the formal, long-term loan of a written-off heavy vehicle to be used for training purposes at the new $13 million heavy auto facilities at the Acacia Ridge Training Centre. Read More...

  • More rest areas announced for the Bruce Highway

    Queensland truck drivers on the Bruce Highway will soon have more safe places to take rest breaks after the Australian Government provided funding to build new and upgrade existing rest areas. Read More...

  • Daimler tipped for success

    Daimler AG is expecting a return on sales of eight percent across the entire business cycle. Compared to the result posted last year, Daimler Trucks’ sales increased by 44 percent within the third quarter of 2010. Read More...

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