E-commerce company, Amazon Australia, is expected to install a 60,000-square metre tower valued at $1.5 billion in Melbourne.
The Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association (ALRTA) has lodged a formal submission to Infrastructure Australia outlining the case for roadside effluent disposal infrastructure to be recognised in Australia’s Infrastructure Priority List.
Austroads has published a report that proposes a framework to better support transport investment decisions.
Victorian quarry and landscape supplies company, Burdett’s, has taken delivery of two Bulk Transport Equipment five-axle dog trailers drawn by Mercedes-Benz 2658 580hp trucks. High productivity and reliability are key attributes, according to the company’s Director, Andrew Burdett.
Business coaches often spout the mantra of ‘Do it, Delegate it or Dump it’. Paul Torbay, of Orange Skip Bins in Sydney, is able to take on board the ‘doing’, ‘delegation’ and ‘dumping’ roles for an increasing number of clients by providing professional and personalised solutions to their occasional and also regular waste management requirements.
Lindsay Australia’s Safety People and Culture Manager, Melissa Strong, has received the Excellence in Transport gong at the recent Women in Industry (WII) Awards 2020.
Supermarket operators will be allowed to continue cooperating to ensure supply of food and groceries in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, under an Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) authorisation granted today.
It’s interesting to discover what motivates people to choose a particular brand of component over another seemingly similar one.
Originally from Kirkland, Washington in the US, Noelle Parlier has made quite the impact in Australia’s truck and trailer scene. When she’s not exploring the wilderness or on the ski slopes, she can be found tinkering with Kenworth and DAF equipment.
Malec Bros has purchased a brace of new Vawdrey B-double log trailers to carry harvested pine logs from its Holbrook (southern New South Wales) depot to its Melbourne depot where the logs are transferred to containers for export. Once filled with logs each container weighs around 29 tonnes.