Trailer Magazine


  • Jost gears up for grain harvest season

    To ensure a successful grain harvest season, Jost Australia has added double row ball races to its portfolio, which is also comprising a wide range of of hydraulic cylinders. Read More...

  • The dangers of disc thickness variation

    Braking specialist Bendix has released a technical guide advising operators on the impacts of disc thickness variation (DTV). Read More...

  • Australia’s transport elite at 2012 IAA

    The IAA Commercial Vehicles trade fair has claimed a bumper 2012 edition after featuring 354 world premieres. The 64th biennial exhibition was attended by 1,904 exhibitors from 46 countries, and drew an audience of 260,000 visitors - including a sizeable Australian contingent. Read More...

  • PBS scheme reaches 1000 vehicle milestone

    A significant milestone has been achieved with over 1000 heavy vehicle combinations approved under the Performance Based Standards (PBS) scheme, following a surge of applications in the past 12 months. Read More...

  • Toll’s WA infrastructure spend tops $140 million

    Renowned transport and logistics specialist, Toll Group, has spent more than $140 million on major property investments and upgrades in Western Australia to support Toll’s increased focus on servicing the resource and energy secto, as well as growing demand for more traditional services. Read More...

  • MaxiTRANS acquires Transport Connection

    Australian trailer and equipment manufacturer, MaxiTRANS, has announced the acquisition of South Australian company Transport Connection. Read More...

  • Hands-on product training workshops at TMC

    A new feature of the Australian Trucking Association’s annual Technical and Maintenance Conference will a series of “hands-on” training workshops hosted by a number of the industry’s major suppliers including Cummins, Eaton and SAF-Holland. Read More...

  • Vawdrey appoints NSW State Manager

    Australia's largest independent trailer builder Vawdrey, has bolstered its New South Wales division with the appointment of Geoff Carroll as the company's new state manager. Read More...

  • Sweden signs up to IAP

    A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Transport Certification Australia (TCA) and Swedish Transport Administration, Trafikverket. Read More...

  • Razor sharp as always

    Safety, reliability and quality are all one and the same for Chapman Grain Services. The Yarrawonga-based company swears by these operating principles; so much so when purchasing new equipment, Chapman only relies on tried and tested brands such as Razor International. Read More...

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