Scania has this month opened a new purpose-built battery assembly plant as it continues towards its goal of reaching 50 per cent of vehicle sales that are battery-powered by 2030. Read More
A unique hybrid truck with a solar panel covered trailer is now being tested on public roads in Sweden. Read More
“I’ll go and stand at the back of the truck with my boot at the end of the trailer. All you do is use the arrow up and down on the wheel and when the green line on the mirror lines up with my foot, you go left to right and the other side will also be set.” Read More
With a background as a heavy machine operator in WA, Rory Crundall started a skip bin business in 2016 with just one truck, working seven days a week to get his business going. Read More
Volvo Group’s first zero emissions emergency services truck has been supplied to the ACT Emergency Services Agency – and is expected to go into operational service in and around the ACT in early 2024. Read More
Major road freight organisations have joined a consortium of leading cross-sector concerns in an appeal to the Australian Government for support in enabling an on-shore renewable diesel refining industry.
In what the company says is an Australian first design, Linfox’s new 36-metre A-double, capable of carrying two 48-ft containers, has been put to work. Read More
UD’s 15,500km, 27-day Lap of the Map tour saw the brand’s Quon CW 25 360 travel the length and breadth of Australia – from the major highways to the rugged outback. Read More
Australia needs to do better when it comes to plans and policies for fuelling hydrogen trucks or it will be left behind by the rest of the world, warns a new report.
Fuso has begun an Australian test program for its next-generation all-electric eCanter, that will see it running day and night, completing five double shifts a week on a loop near Melbourne. Read More