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

Automatic Update

Where strong demand for automatic transmissions exists, so too will opportunities for the Renault Trafic, especially for courier businesses, government authorities and rental fleets.

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Horizons West

Western Star trucks and the Detroit DD15 engines that power them have been something of constant for freight runner, Australian Linehaul Services, since Read more

Levers of Power

The process of how Silk Contract Logistics came to partner with Scania Australia is involved and worth telling. It’s a story of a Read more

When bigger can mean better

There is little doubt Australians love their utes, from the iconic Holden utes of days past to the ubiquitous Toyota HiLux and Ford Read more

The west wing

The story of Mark and Andrea Mazza, CEO and Director Secretary of Bunbury-based South West Express, has been one of ups and downs Read more

Time will tell

The UD Croner takes its name from Chronos, the Greek god of time and UD have adopted the positional phrase of ‘making every Read more

Australian story

Zak and Igor Cvetkoski are brothers who came to Australia from Macedonia as teenagers with their parents and at the time, by their Read more