Fresh Footprints

Commercial transport equipment specialist, TR Group, offers top of the line vehicles and trailing equipment along the east coast of Australia where it has more recently invested in extending its market reach. Read more

More Modes to Grow

It’s no secret that building a versatile rental fleet can reduce upfront capital investments. Read more

Logging On

Based on the New South Wales Central Coast, the Borg group of companies is an Australian success story writ large by the specialisation in the manufacture and supply of building and decorative board products. Read more

High Fidelity

Being raised to value responsibility and reliability above all else, Nick Rozhkov is a hard worker, adverse to cutting corners. Read more

The Grow Between

Building supplier Stoddarts operates by a motto: it is the often unseen ever-present backbone of the construction of a new home. Read more

Sunset Limited

The release last December of the Isuzu Future of Trucking Report, the first by the leading commercial vehicle manufacturer, helped to outline the case for continued growth in last mile demand which was providing significant opportunities for fleets of all sizes despite recent unprecedented challenges.

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Coming Clean

Containers arriving in Australia from overseas ports are subject to biosecurity requirements and procedures to ensure the threat of exotic pests and diseases are eliminated during their clearance. Read more

Concrete Plans

“Every time you move a heavy vehicle in a metro area there’s a risk attached,” says Scott Barber. Read more

Euro Vision

For lack of any real rail infrastructure in Canberra, the task of the domestic supply chain to deliver goods in and out of the nation’s capital, for the better part of five decades, has fallen on commercial road transport. Read more

Expanding Horizons

It was around 2006, while completing due diligence on a Toll Holdings project that CTFD CEO David Cameron learned that leading trailer builders Mick and Paul Vawdrey were considering an expansion into Western Sydney. Read more