Trading Places

Since it was launched in 1978 more than three million examples of the IVECO Daily have been sold globally in various guises. Read more

True Grit

Based near the foot of the Blue Mountains at Londonderry in Western Sydney, KIM Haulage specialises in the transport of bulk materials using Read more

Taking it to the Streets

Following his distinguished 22-year career in the Australian military, John Gilbert OAM spent the next decade using his skills and experience in a number of roles with registered training organisations and as the member services officer at the Victorian Transport Association (VTA). Read more

Easy Rider

As one of the more specialised and niche branches of the incredibly diverse road transport sphere, boutique horse transport operations tend to be Read more

Smells like Team Spirit

Valvoline’s storied history begins in 1866 when, as a producer of petroleum based lubricant for steam engines, it flourished as the rail network Read more

A Most Wanted MAN

The very mechanism of road construction and repair calls for 12-hour shifts day and night, so that work-flow must, where possible, remain unbroken. Read more

Meritor: Soldering On

In many ways the modern history of Australian trucking runs parallel with the presence of Rockwell and Meritor, as it later became known, Read more

City Haul

There’s a necessary factor that’s fundamental to any business, large or small, across the entire economy – profit. Without it, there’s little point Read more

Both Sides of the Story

Speaking at the ATA’s Technical and Maintenance Conference in Melbourne late last year specialist safety officer at Rail Projects Victoria, Bronwyn Hayden explained the multi-layered approach which has been taken by the management of Melbourne’s massive Metro Tunnel project to improve the mutual safety of truck operators and the public. Read more

Cruising Paradise

The Kenworth K-series cab-over has always been a tough act to follow in this country. Over the almost 50 years since the first Read more