Women Moving Forward mentoring program

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILTA) and the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) have announced an education and professional development program for women Read more

Changeover facility at Narrabri

A working group involving NatRoad, the TWU and local council representatives has been formed to work together on developing a proposal to build a Read more

Details of West Link announced

The Victorian government has released details of its Truck Action Plan (TAP) and West Link to relieve congestion in Melbourne’s western suburbs.

Three Read more

Volvo recalls 77,000 trucks

Volvo in North America is to recall 77,000 trucks due to the danger of rust occurring in the steering system.

The trucks involved Read more

More demerit points for fatigue

In the discussions about the proposed National Heavy Vehicle Regulations there is a plan to extend the imposition of demerit points for fatigue offences. Read more

Isuzu extends BVP range

In an extension of its Best Value Parts range, Isuzu is now adding brake pads to the lineup of competitively priced alternatives to genuine Read more

National regulator boss named

The person who is to head the planned National Heavy Vehicle Regulator Board is the Managing Director of Main Roads Western Australia, Menno Henneveld. Read more

Strong end to the financial year

Truck sales saw a major boost in June, in the last month of the financial year, according to the latest truck sales figures released Read more

Schools to Industry Tour visits Moreton Bay

As part of the CVIAQ (Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Queensland) Schools to Industry Tour, CVIAQ member companies, Brisbane Isuzu Burpengary branch, and specialised Read more

Greens push for increased charges

The trucking industry has slammed the Greens’ plan to increase registration charges for B-double trucks. Their plan would increase supermarket prices across regional Australia. Read more