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  • DAF makes a difference for TasTrans

    TasTrans purchased its first DAF truck, a DAF CF85, to replace an older vehicle in 2008 and hasn’t looked back since. The truck has had no issues whatsoever in its three years of operation. Read More...

  • Adelaide BP Terminal set for expansion

    BP has announced its plans for a $20 million expansion to its Largs North fuel terminal in Adelaide in response to growing demand. Read More...

  • NTC urges caution over Easter

    The National Transport Commission (NTC) has warned drivers to stay safe on our roads over the Easter period. Read More...

  • 3M enhances visibility

    Following changes to the UN/ECE104 regulation, the use of partial or full contour reflective markings will become mandatory on all heavy vehicles operating within the European Union from October 2011. Read More...

  • ATA commissions environmental study

    With constant debate over the Government’s proposed carbon tax, the ATA has commissioned a major research study into the environmental credentials of the trucking industry. Read More...

  • Truck Moves Australia recognised by CRS Australia

    Truck Moves Australia was recently recognised by CRS Australia for its commitment to providing training and employment opportunities for people with a disability, injury or health condition. Read More...

  • VTA Wodonga regional workshop

    The regional workshop held by the Victorian Transport Association (VTA) on 6 April has been hailed a success, with over 20 transport companies in attendance. Read More...

  • Eagle flys into refuse

    Now Dennis Eagle Elite 2 integrated refuse trucks have been placed into service with the Transpacific Cleanaway fleet, initially in Melbourne and Perth, to be followed in other centres in the near future. Read More...

  • Volvo Trucks to boost production in North America

    Volvo Trucks in North America has announced that in response to increased demand, the company will ramp up production at its New River Valley, VA, plant, and recall approximately 700 employees. Read More...

  • New award for trucking bravery

    The ATA and Continental Tyres Australia have announced that their new award honoring trucking bravery will be called the Highway Guardian Award.
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