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  • Ca.Tec announces management changes

    Ca.Tec, specialist manufacturer of the new Caliper Support System, CSS, has announced the appointment of Barry Johnston as its new CEO, following the departure of former CEO, Jon Dennis. Read More...

  • Bendix introduces brake application catalogue

    Brake specialist Bendix has released a concise easy reference catalogue covering high performance solutions for heavy duty commercial vehicle trailer applications. Read More...

  • BPW’s lasting appeal

    The Papworths of Singeton, New South Wales, have been in the trucking game since the early 1920’s, originally carting fruit and vegetables from the local farmlands to the produce markets for the east coast city of Newcastle, and returning home with produce for the local grocery stores in the Hunter Valley. Read More...

  • Tieman - the aluminium tanker expert

    When it comes to manufacturing aluminium tankers, Tieman knows the secret behind structural integrity lies with design, fit up and weld quality. Having fuel tankers operating on some of the toughest roads in Australia and PNG has given Tieman expertise to know that Aluminium is as strong as steel when designed and manufactured correctly. Read More...

  • Carrier’s new-age refrigeration technology

    Helping the refrigerated transport industry improve efficiency and sustainability, Carrier Transicold has now introduced its next generation “ultra-efficient” trailer refrigeration technology. Read More...

  • Wightmans Transport sponsors racing team

    In the world of motorsport, trailers can play a vital role in not just transporting race cars, but also making sure they continue to compete. For 19-year-old driver Tom Goess of Team BRM, being sponsored by local freight company, Wightmans Transport, is the kind of support that may just prove decisive come season’s end and beyond. Read More...

  • NSW Government helps A-trailer operators

    Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) Director, Customer and Compliance, Peter Wells has announced heavy vehicle operators intending to take advantage of reduced A-trailer registration charges by cancelling and re-registering their vehicles, will not need an inspection. Read More...

  • Colrain teams up with QDS

    Colrain, part of MaxiTrans’ Parts division, has established itself as a leading force in Australia’s tyre and wheel industry. While the company’s wholesale division is serving the OEM market as a one-stop-shop, the retail side has been bolstered by the acquisition of Queensland Diesel Spares (QDS) in March. Read More...

  • Gough lifts PFD to new heights

    Some of Australia's largest and most lucrative food entities attribute their success to PFD Food Services, who make sure that all its clients’ stocks are topped up at any time. Equally keen on improving its own success, PFD now deploys MBB Palfinger tail lifts, courtesy of equipment specialist Gough Transport Solutions. Read More...

  • Greg Allison joins NQ Group

    Greg Allison has joined Queensland transport and heavy logistics company, NQ Group, as its new Business Development Manager. Read More...

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