Senator Glenn Sterle has called on the Federal Government to minimise the inconvenience of truck drivers as they submit to mandatory Covid-19 testing.
With the need for a hefty low loader to transport the car body (crane cab) and boom sections of its biggest crane, a mighty 800-tonne capacity Liebherr LTM1750, Johnson and Young Cranes (JYC) has called upon the heavy haulage trailer building expertise of The Drake Group to supply a 5×8 Swingwide featuring both self-tracking and remote-controlled steering of the rear two rows.
Carrying mainly poultry products between Melbourne, Adelaide, Griffith, Sydney and Brisbane is the primary concern of Hawk Logistics, a transport outfit headquartered at Truganina in Melbourne’s west.
A new Performance-Based Standards (PBS) specialist has joined Smedley’s Engineers as the consultancy expands its service offerings to greater numbers of truck and trailer builders and operators.
A Cowra-based operator has had enough of workplace injuries caused by the use of traditional load binders and is moving to retrofit his entire fleet of semi-trailers and rigid vehicles with a safer and more effective alternative.
Do operators need Performance-Based Standards if they have a road train prime mover? Tiger Spider takes a closer look.
Braking system specialist, Knorr-Bremse Australia, has obtained type-approval for an Onboard Mass (OBM) system according to Transport Certification Australia (TCA).
Multiple industry associations agree that the movement of interstate freight throughout Australia during these times of Covid transmission are vital for all communities to remain supplied of food and goods.
Transport and logistics company, Linfox, has expanded its Western Australia supply chain capabilities with an express service.
A new accessway at a road train assembly area is just one of several infrastructure improvements going ahead in the Upper Swan.