Trailer Magazine


  • Schenker’s new Victorian distribution centre opens

    International transport and logistics provider, Schenker Australia, has officially opened a $8.5m distribution centre in Melbourne. Read More...

  • Rain and Gain: Grain harvest season

    The unpredictability of rainfall can decide an industry’s fate. Particularly when it comes to Australia’s multibillion-dollar grain market, where rain is the ultimate arbitrator between prosperity and loss. So as this year’s grain season kicks off, Australia farmers will undoubtedly be feeling the heat - literally. Read More...

  • Mullins Wheels: A success story

    Mullins Wheels has been in the transport game for more than a century. It has history, it has prestige and most importantly, it has a proven product that has evolved over time. Having lasted well into the 21st century, the company says its foundations are as strong as ever. Read More...

  • Vawdrey delivers 30,000th build

    Transport giant Qube Logistics purchased its first Vawdrey trailer in 2002, laying the foundation for a decade of growth and prosperity. Appropriately enough, the latest order of eight B-double combinations marked yet another historical milestone – the production of Vawdrey’s 30,000th unit. Read More...

  • J.Smith’s approach to loading rail equipment

    In transport, only time can tell if an investment is worthwhile, so Ned Gellie’s verdict after two years of running a spread quad-axle axle-widening low loader from Queensland-based heavy equipment expert J. Smith & Sons has been much anticipated – not only by Smith’s engineering team. Read More...

  • Breaking News: Krueger builds new plant in Melbourne

    To retain a competitive edge in the country’s contested trailer manufacturing industry, Krueger Transport Equipment has made a substantial investment in the development of a new trailer building facility west of Melbourne. Read More...

  • Hammar acquires TRT side-loader business

    Hammar New Zealand, a fully owned subsidiary of Sweden’s Hammar Maskin, has purchased the right to sell and market a three-crane side-loader model originally developed by New Zeland's Tidd Ross Todd (TRT). Read More...

  • Cooltrax appoints new General Manager

    Real-time temperature specialist, Cooltrax, has appointed Peter Goulis as its new General Manager. Read More...

  • Toll NQX delivers five 129-tonne locomotives by road

    Toll NQX has shifted five $6 million, 129-tonne, 22-metre trains from Maryborough, Queensland to South Australia - but not in the way you’d expect. Read More...

  • Tri-axle dollies on AB-triples gain ground in NSW

    The use of tri-axle dollies on AB-triples in New South Wales is giving operators improved steering performance in tight situations and improved access. Read More...

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