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  • Linfox bolsters parcel fleet

    With online shopping becoming more common, Linfox, in conjunction with supermarket chain Woolworths, is bolstering its seven-days-a-week parcel fleet to deliver convenient online shopping to customers’ doors.

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  • Tieman’s New Generation bitumen tanker

    Every kilo of tare weight saved on a modern tanker will ensure more payload per trip and therefore earn the transport company more money over the life of the vehicle. And if it’s a proven Tieman bitumen tanker, that service life will be a long one. Read More...

  • Fuwa K-Hitch boosting road trains

    Keeping up the supply chain to support Australia’s flourishing mining sector is the toughest task in today’s transport industry. Every bad decision can cost hard cash, so people think twice who to entrust a job to. Backed by Fuwa K-Hitch and Howard Porter, Giacci has become one name to call on when the bar is high. Read More...

  • BPW takes Trailer behind the scenes

    Visiting the BPW head office in the German town of Wiehl is a special experience. Hidden away in a quiet valley and shielded by a lush green mountain range, it is somewhat secluded from the haste of today’s business world. But behind the scenes, a global corporation is working on the next big thing in transport technology. Read More...

  • Brambles to acquire Ceva Logistics’ IBC Business

    Netherlands-based Ceva Logistics and Australian company Brambles have announced the signing of a definitive agreement for the sale of Ceva’s European container logistics business and its Asia Pacific Pallecon business to Brambles. Read More...

  • Narva releases new emergency light bars

    Lighting specialist, Narva, has produced a new range of mining/utility emergency light bars designed for the mining industry, but also councils and tradesmen. Read More...

  • Jost Australia still distributing Jost-approved cylinder range

    Jost Australia has announced that they will be continuing to distribute the full range of Jost cylinders in Australia, despite the recent acquisition of UK company, Edbro. Read More...

  • Mega Pacific moving to New Zealand

    Hydraulics expert, Mega Pacific, has strengthened its international base with the acquisition of New Zealand company, CC Hydraulics. Read More...

  • Improvements to Intelligent Access Program getting closer

    The Intelligent Access Program in NSW will see a number of initiatives to make it more user-friendly, specifically addressing issues of cost and flexibility. Assessing existing in-vehicle units is supposed to get easier as well. Read More...

  • The secrets of suspension design

    Contrary to popular belief, roll stiffness is not necessarily the most important consideration when analysing the influence of a suspension system on a vehicle’s dynamics performance, according to Rob Di Cristoforo. Read More...

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