Actros going global

Daimler Trucks is demonstrating its global production capability by commencing the manufacture of Mercedes-Benz Actros models in a plant in the Brazilian state of Read more

Renault may unload Volvo shares

News reports in Sweden suggest Renault may be preparing to sell its shares in the global truck manufacturer Volvo. A Swedish holding company Industrivarlden Read more

Workshop nominations

It’s that time of year again and the Australian Trucking Association is calling for nominations for workshop staff for the Craig Roseneder Award for Read more

SCLAA nominations open

The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia, in conjunction with the Department of Transport and Main Roads Qld, Strategix Training Group, the Transport Read more

Set rates to cover costs

NatRoad is reminding operators that from 1 July fuel tax credits (diesel grant) has been reduced to 15.543 cents per litre, down from 16.443 Read more

Brisbane goes all truck

The Board of the Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Queensland (CVIAQ) has announced the Queensland Truck and Machinery Show will now be called The Read more

Beware of energy drinks

Research in the USA is suggesting problems may be caused for truck drivers who are drinking too many energy drinks. Studies, sponsored by the Read more

FIRS rego savings

Federal Parliament has passed legislation to save more than a thousand trucking operators from being overcharged on registration fees.

This applies to trucking Read more

NatRoad Conference in gear

The 2010 Annual NatRoad Conference, to be held at the Marriott Resort and Spa at Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast from 5 to Read more