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  • Caltex get go ahead to take over Scott’s fuel division

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose the proposed acquisition of the fuel division of the Scott's Group by Caltex after accepting an undertaking from Caltex to sell four retail fuel sites in South Australia and Victoria. Read More...

  • Palfinger moves in with Gough

    Load handling specialist Palfinger has moved operations to the same facility as Gough Transport Solutions (GTS) in Noble Park. Read More...

  • SVSEG to review ADR requirements in light of anti red tape agenda

    The Strategic Vehicle Safety and Environment Group (SVSEG) met in Canberra last week to discuss the proposed ADR works program for the next three years. Read More...

  • Faymonville reveals new CombiMax model

    G & A Lombardi, the Australian dealer for Belgian low loader specialist Faymonville, has announced that a new hybrid modular transporter is about to hit Australia. Read More...

  • Hamelex White’s PBS truck & quad-axle dog

    Over the years, Ostwald Bros Group has built a solid reputation in Australia’s transport market. To build on that success, Ostwald’s Bulk Haulage division has recently put into service its first-ever PBS quad-axle truck and dog combination, designed and manufactured by Hamelex White. Read More...

  • Inside Byford’s new PBS A-double tanker

    The Performance Based Standards scheme continues to gain traction in Australia and inspired Byford to develop an innovative 26m A-double tanker combination. Set to hit the roads in 2014, the new PBS model could take tanker manufacturing in Australia to a new level. Read More...

  • Faymonville brings TeleMax Down Under

    For over 60 years, heavy equipment expert Faymonville has been manufacturing heavy-duty semi-trailers in the province of Liège, Belgium. Since being introduced into the Australian market in 2011 by WA’s G & A Lombardi, it has continued to develop its product portfolio to suit the local industry. Read More...

  • Moorebank Intermodal Terminal project progresses with Qube and Aurizon

    Qube and Aurizon have formed the Sydney Intermodal Terminal Alliance (SIMTA) in order to jointly negotiate the development and operation of the Moorebank Intermodal Terminal with the Moorebank Intermodal Company (MIC). Read More...

  • Transtech launches new compliance website

    Transtech has launched Am I Compliant, a website focused on spreading knowledge about compliance, regulation, technology and safety to the transport industry. Read More...

  • 2014 ALRTA Conference coming up in June

    Registration for the next national conference of the Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) are now open. Read More...

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