The Victorian Transport Association (VTA) has released its latest findings on freight and logistics operator sentiment amid Covid-19.
Seeking superior manoeuvrability in tight locations such as housing subdivisions, Ballarat-based DE Quarry Solutions has purchased its first new Drake trailer.
On 15 October, recognised as International Day of Rural Women, the Minister for Agriculture David Littleproud attended the Graduation of the 2020 Diversity in Agriculture Leadership Program.
A study announced today by Monash University engineers has demonstrated improvements in the fatigue life of high strength aluminium alloys by 25 times.
Original equipment manufacturer, and third-generation business, Barker Trailers, has distributed the first of its funds, $20,000 to the Mallacoota Lions Club, this month following a successful Bush Fire Relief fundraising campaign.
A new bridge in New South Wales is expected to save freight operators and local producers a detour of 50 kilometres.
An additional 600 Performance-Based Standards (PBS) approved High-Productivity Freight Vehicles (HPFV) will need to be enlisted in the Intelligent Access Program (IAP) and be fitted with On-Board Monitoring (OBM) solutions from January 2021.
Assistant Minister for Road Safety and Freight Transport, Scott Buchholz, said the 2020 Federal Budget will help transport businesses across the nation to invest, hire, innovate and grow.
Being able to operate loaded both ways on a round trip between Central Queensland and Brisbane is key to success for Emerald Carrying Company.
The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently released draft determinations proposing to exempt the services provided by grain handler, Viterra, at its Port Adelaide Inner Harbour and Outer Harbor facilities from parts of the Port Terminal Access (Bulk Wheat) Code.