Trailer Magazine


  • Black and yellow plates back on NSW trailers

    NSW has introduced a new law abolishing the requirement for NSW-based transport operators to pay stamp duty on the purchase of new truck trailers. Read More...

  • Jacinta Macaulay wins Safety Ambassador of the Year award

    Jacinta Macaulay from Ron Finemore Transport was this year’s winner of the Safety Ambassador of the Year Award. The Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, the Hon Bill Shorten MP, presented the Award to Macaulay at a ceremony at Australian Parliament House last week. Read More...

  • NBTA to host Safety and Training meeting

    The National Bulk Tanker Association (NBTA) will stage three key meetings over the next month as part of its annual agenda exploring the issues of safety and land transport reforms as it looks ahead to 2013. Read More...

  • Kennedy Trailers wins big at East Gippsland Business Awards

    Kennedy Trailers captured three awards at the recent 2nd Annual East Gippsland Business Awards gala held at the Bairnsdale Sporting and Convention Centre in Gippsland, Victoria. Read More...

  • Former Brambles CEO joins board of Murray Goulburn Co-operative

    Major milk producer Murray Goulburn Co-operative has appointed Mr Michael Ihlein to the Board of Directors as a Special Director (non-executive). Shareholders will have an opportunity to elect Mr Ihlein at the company’s AGM on 28 November. Read More...

  • Simon Project Logistics supporting APLNG Project in Queensland

    Although LNG export is a relatively young industry in Australia, the Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) Project in Queensland has already become a driving force to the region’s economic development. Using Vawdrey equipment, Simon National Carriers is one transport expert capitalising on the new industry. Read More...

  • Hella Australia strengthens front office

    Hella Australia has appointed Wilma Kellar as Customer Service Manager/Team Leader and Craig Middleton as Fixed Lighting Manager. Read More...

  • Tea Tree Gully Council relies on Cargotec hook lift

    The Tea Tree Gully Council of South Australia knows that having the right equipment for the job is the key to maintaining a clean neighbourhood. That’s why Cargotec Australia’s Multilift hook lift has become a valued commodity – it turned the Council rigid into a versatile machine. Read More...

  • Toll expects a better year

    Sales revenue across the Toll Group rose by 5.9 per cent to $8.7 billion for the year ended June 30, 2012. This represents an increase of 5.9 per cent over the previous financial year and produced a net profit after tax for the group of $274.2 million. Read More...

  • Carrier Transicold focusing on environment

    Being first should not come as a surprise to anyone when it comes to a company like Carrier. After all, Willis Carrier designed the first modern air-conditioning system 110 years ago, launching an industry that would fundamentally improve the way we live, work and play. Read More...

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