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  • Government drops B-double spray gear scheme

    The Australian Government has announced it will no longer require heavy vehicles registered under the Federal Interstate Registration Scheme to be fitted with spray suppression devices. Read More...

  • Metropolitan Express wins USG Boral contract

    Melbourne-based transport company, Metropolitan Express, has been awarded a new contract by plasterboard manufacturer USG Boral. Read More...

  • Mainfreight opens new WA site

    Transport and logistics company Mainfreight has opened a brand new facility at Perth Airport. Read More...

  • SSAB steel boosts Park Motor Body Builders

    Park Motor Body Builders is no dark horse in WA’s transport equipment market. Since 1975, the company has designed and built transport equipment for some of the largest companies operating in Australia’s vast mining industry, earning itself a reputation for smart design and quality craftsmanship. Read More...

  • Toll NQX acquires heavy haul specialist

    Freight transport provider Toll NQX has announced its acquisition of heavy haul and lifting specialist Deeson Heavylift. Read More...

  • Trailer braking code under development says ALRTA

    The Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association participated in a recent industry-government teleconference to discuss the development of a code of practice for mixing and matching trailers with different braking technologies. Read More...

  • MaxiPARTS launches new membership program

    MaxiPARTS, has announced the launch of a loyalty program designed to increase significant savings for its customers via the use of weekly member-only specials. Read More...

  • Panus Oceania on the rise

    Despite a somewhat murky economic outlook, Australia is envied around the world for an exceptionally vibrant transport equipment scene that has been pushing the innovation bar time and again. Now a new brand is taking the notion of continuous improvement to heart – Panus Oceania. Read More...

  • Transpacific opens $17m facility in WA

    Transpacific Industries Group has opened its $17 million waste and recycling management facility in Karratha to serve the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Read More...

  • Vawdrey celebrates 40-year milestone

    Vawdrey Australia held a commemorative ceremony last weekend to honour its 40th anniversary of operations at Melbourne’s Central Pier Docklands. Read More...

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