Trailer Magazine


  • 38 trailer brands confirmed for 2014 ITTES

    After announcing that the 2014 edition of Melbourne’s International Truck, Truck & Equipment Show (ITTES) will include Australia’s largest-ever truck showcase, the organising committee now confirmed that 38 trailer brands from around the globe will join the line-up in April. Read More...

  • BTE develops own aluminium body

    In a major development for Dandenong-based Bulk Transport Equipment (BTE), the company is now producing is own aluminium bodies. Transport company, Trale Investments, is the first client to take delivery of BTE’s inaugural lightweight design. Read More...

  • German high-tech trailer at 2014 ITTES

    German trailer manufacturer, Langendorf, will celebrate its Australian debut at the 2014 International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show (ITTES) in Melbourne, completing the record line-up of 37 trailer exhibitors. Read More...

  • P&N Logistics adds Cooltrax solution to fleet

    New South Wales based refrigerated freight business, P&N Logistics, is now using the Fresh InTransit system developed by fleet monitoring specialist, Cooltrax, and is now fitted to all 16 sets of refrigerated B-double vans. Read More...

  • Adornato opts for Hamelex White’s PBS solution

    Earthmoving specialist Adornato Sand & Gravel Supplies has turned to Hamelex White’s Performance-Based Standards (PBS) range to achieve more payload and more productivity. Read More...

  • VTA to host NHVR Implementation Briefing

    Less than two weeks before the official launch of the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) on 10 February 2014, the Victorian Transport Association (VTA) will host an NHVR Implementation Briefing in Melbourne. Read More...

  • CIMC acquires General Transport Equipment

    CIMC Vehicles Group has announced the acquisition of WA-based General Transport Equipment (GTE) – sending a signal to the market that the company is “here to stay” and serious about expanding its presence in Australia. Read More...

  • Toll NQX helps new drill make its Australian debut

    Toll NQX has played an important role in the Australian debut of a new cutting edge technology mining drill, delivering the 20 tonne piece of equipment over 6,000km across the country. Read More...

  • Industry applauds new braking rules but calls for upgrade

    The Australian Trucking Association has welcomed the introduction of legislation requiring new trailers to be fitted with ABS or load proportioning brakes, but said it will keep lobbying for the introduction of even stronger brake standards in the future. Read More...

  • Assistant Minister confirms start date for new brake technology legislation

    Jamie Briggs MP, Assistant Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, has published a statement confirming that “new rules mandating safer brakes on new heavy trailers” will come into law from July 2014. Read More...

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