Trailer Magazine


  • MaxiTRANS reports record profit

    Australia’s largest trailer manufacturing company, MaxiTRANS, has announced a net profit of $26 million for the financial year ended 30 June 2013 – a 111 per cent rise to the previous year. Revenue rose by 31 per cent to $363 million. Read More...

  • New Toll NQX home in Queensland

    Construction of Toll NQX's new, state-of-the-art complex at Karawatha in Brisbane is well underway. The new site will house all three current offices and depots, including the Holt Street Eagle Farm freight facility, national contact centre at Fairfield and the national office at Archerfield. Read More...

  • Fuel cell powered refrigeration units under test

    The US Department of Energy (DOE) is currently testing a new kind of trailer refrigeration unit powered by fuel cells. Read More...

  • ITTES trailer showcase growing

    WA-based trailer expert G & A Lombardi, the Australian representative of Belgian trailer brand Faymonville, has announced it will be showcasing the Faymonville ‘TeleMax’ at the 2014 International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show in Melbourne. Read More...

  • Alcoa: A byword for quality

    “If you talk about wheel technology, you need to mention Alcoa.” It is a bold statement by Alcoa’s Ross Simmons, but one that is likely to be true. After all, the brand has long become a household name in the road transport industry – not just for aluminium wheel innovation, but also sustainability. Read More...

  • McAleese Group secures new ore haulage contract

    The McAleese Group recently announced that its Resources Division has been awarded a new five-year contract with Gold Fields Australasia in the east of Western Australia. Read More...

  • Linfox to support Indigenous community

    Transport and logistics giant Linfox has joined the ‘Boots for Kids’ program, which will raise money to support remote Indigenous communities throughout Australia. Read More...

  • ARTSA to host two-day heavy trailer course

    The Australian Road Transport Suppliers Association (ARTSA) announced it will host a two day training course covering the regulation of heavy trailers in Australia. Read More...

  • Super B-doubles hit the road in Melbourne

    Two Vawdrey Super B-double combinations rolled out of the Dandenong depot of Wettenhall Logistics on Thursday - marking a milestone in access for Higher Productivity Freight Vehicles (HPFVs) on the Victorian road network under the new Victorian Freight & Logistics Plan (VFLP). Read More...

  • Austlift breaks into WA market

    New South Wales-based business Austlift Pacific Lifting has acquired Perth load material handling expert O'Leary's to strengthen its position in the Western Australian transport market. Read More...

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