Print the Legend

It was with a second hand Isuzu SBR known as ‘The Bone Rattler’ that Leigh and Barbara Allen commenced a family business on a single paper run along the coastal stretch between Warrnambool and Portland in southwest Victoria. Read more

Sunshine State

The story of Followmont Transport is one of palpable family values, proactive market agility and ongoing loyalties to both customers and staff. It should come as no surprise that its personnel, now over 850 and counting, is bolstered by many long serving employees some of which are 20-year servants.

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Paint it Black

An effective marketing strategy is the cornerstone of any successful business. Finding the ideal medium to get the product in front of the target audience is paramount. Read more

Riders in the Chariot

With a core offering involving the supply and haulage of quarry products, Everstin Group offers a diverse range of services in a 24/7 operation designed to meet the considerable expectations of its customers.

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Control V

Vehicle technology has developed to reduce the likelihood of accidents caused by a number of factors including, but not limited to, human error, inclement weather and adverse road conditions. Read more

The Weather MAN

The ground is soggy underfoot. Dams are nearing capacity. The State’s biggest catchment, the Thompson Dam, received 166mm in July and is nearly 70 per cent full, an increase of 19 per cent on the same time last year. Read more

Stay Frosty

Edwin Street first used a cart and later a one-horsepower motorbike to deliver his ice cream, mostly to neighbours in the Wollongong suburb of Corrimal, when he started out in 1920.

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Venture Capital

An iconic business in the Canberra area, Ablett’s Transport has operated in the local region since 1962. Read more

Analyse This

The future of smart technology and future fleet management is now here. Read more

How the West was Won

When the founder and CEO of Brooks Hire Service started his mechanical apprenticeship with Major Motors in 1972, Isuzu trucks were little more than a fleck on the far horizon in Australia. Read more