Designed to handle a variety of bulk products, KEITH’s WALKING FLOOR® systems offer many benefits over conventional tipper trailers.
In a concerted effort to significantly and safely boost productivity on eastern seaboard linehaul runs, Visy Logistics has enlisted the expertise of Vawdrey Australia and Smedley’s Engineers in the unique design and construction of Performance-Based Standards–approved 30-metre A-double combinations.
Goodride Tyres Australia is a 100 per cent Australian-owned and operated firm that is equally owned by both company Directors and has been operating for more than 13 years. The company’s core tyre brand is Goodride, which is a brand manufactured by what’s reported to be the largest tyre factory in China and one of the top 10 largest global tyre manufacturers.
A Mount Gambier native, Matty Winterfield has been driving trucks for around 25 years, having previously been a diesel mechanic after completing an apprenticeship in the trade.
Ivan Vanis, CEO of Tasman Logistics Services, holds a longstanding partnership with trailer manufacturer, Krueger Transport Equipment.
Unanderra Tanker Hire (UTH) has been servicing the liquid transport needs of specialised freight companies along Australia’s eastern seaboard for more than 40 years.
Since their honest beginnings in 1984, Liquip South Australia, a proud member of Liquip’s national distribution and service network, has been servicing the local South Australian fuel industry and providing high quality bulk transfer products and a solutions driven one-stop-shop to keep fuel moving.
While the original braking systems on a new 4WD vehicle from the showroom is more than adequate for the job, it can be a very different story once the vehicle is decked out with the wide range of accessories as the weight of the vehicle overall can be dramatically increased.
It’s the bane of many a truck operator, seeing up to 10mm, or even more, of the brake shoe on drum braked vehicles hanging out past the edge of the drum rim.
Freightmaster traces its roots back to the early 1980s when the company’s owner, Peter Cocks, started trading in Alice Springs as P&J Transport Engineers, a manufacturer and repairer of semi-trailers.