Navistar drops EPA suit

In the US, Navistar has dropped its court action against the US Environmental Protection Agency over its licensing of SCR systems on rival truck maker’s Read more

Scania is back in Iraq

Scania has a presence in Iraq again, including both production and sales. Trucks ordered by government customers are being assembled locally there, while an Read more

IAP service provider number five

Member number five, Blackbox Control, has joined the very select group of those judged by the Intelligent Access Program administrator, Transport Certification Australia, to Read more

IAP Service Provider Forum

The companies accredited by Transport Certification Australia as service providers for the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) have come together as a forum to provide Read more

Driver shortage looms

A survey by the Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council suggests the transport industry will be facing a severe shortage of drivers in the Read more

Tipper Tray warning

An alert has been issued by Worksafe Victoria warning truck operators about the dangers of working with raised tipper trays. A number of people Read more

Brisbane Convoy for Kids returns

Aiming to raise some much needed funds for the kids of Camp Quality, the starting point will be at Heavy Haulage Australia’s depot at Read more

Simon takes over the chair 

The chairmanship of the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has been passed to David Simon, Managing director of Simon National Carriers. Retiring chairman, Trevor Martyn, Read more