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BHP commences journey to electric vehicles

Mining giant BHP has partnered with Canadian electric vehicle manufacturer Miller Technology and an Australian-based battery charger manufacturer Tritium, in a project to trial electric vehicles (EVs) at the BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) mine at Broadmeadow in Queensland. Read more

Bundles of Energy

The demand for road freight continues to surge almost exponentially, driven largely by the phenomenal growth of e-commerce. Read more

Isuzu takes tradie all over Australia

An Australian-qualified carpenter and joiner with over 18 years of experience, Henry Wabwile, sole proprietor of Built By Henry, is one of the latest of his kind to ditch the work ute in favour of a far more capable Isuzu NNR 45-150 AMT Traypack Crew. Read more

National border crossing disunity must end now

It’s been well over 12 months since the National Cabinet, created by the Morrison Government to navigate Australia through the COVID-19 pandemic, established a Freight Movement Code for the Domestic Border Controls in late June 2020. Read more

NHVR boss issues timely reminder about road safety

National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) CEO, Sal Petroccitto, has reiterated the importance of road transport operators adhering strictly to all relevant regulations after charges were laid against a Sydney-based transport company. Read more

Crane Terrain

In addition to its core lifting capabilities, City Crane Trucks offers a diverse range of transport services ranging from general freight to heavy haulage and oversize loads – for which the company also takes care of the necessary permits and pilot escorts. Read more