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  • Highways renamed in SA

    The South Australian Government has announced a series of name changes that will take place across the state. Read More...

  • New Toll facility in Logan Link

    Toll has purchased a stake in the Logan Link industrial park in Queensland where it plans to build a new facility for its NQX operations. Read More...

  • Linfox staff to take part in training course

    Around 170 Linfox staff in top jobs throughout the business will undertake the Lean Six Sigma course by Australian Graduate School of Management over the next year. Read More...

  • Bruce Highway cross-overs to close

    Three median cross-overs on the Bruce Highway will be closed by the Queensland Government, amid safety concerns that follow a high level of crash rates. Read More...

  • Toll appoints new MD

    The Board of Toll Holdings has announced that former BHP and Bluescope executive and Toll CFO, Brian Kruger, will succeed Paul Little AO as Managing Director of the company as of 1 January 2012. Read More...

  • Ministers support new technologies

    According to the National Transport Commission (NTC), Australia’s Transport Ministers have unanimously approved a national strategy to drive the voluntary uptake of technology in the road freight industry to improve road safety, reduce transport costs and cut emissions. Read More...

  • Waterfront Day at Freight Week 2011

    Victorian Minister for Ports, Hon. Dr. Denis Napthine will open Waterfront Day at Freight Week 2011 on Tuesday, 6th September 2011. Read More...

  • TMC 2011 early bird special

    The 2011 Technical & Maintenance Conference, which will take place during October in Sydney, is shaping up to be a big event. Early bird registration discounts are now being offered until 10 August. Read More...

  • Guest welcomes new Isuzus

    Fine furniture company, Guest Group, has added three new Isuzu FRR 500 extra long models to its fleet of 14 vehicles. Read More...

  • Scania to boost capacity

    Scania is investing around SEK 1.5 billion to boost production capacity from 100,000 to 120,000 vehicles per year. Read More...

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