The VTA has issued a call for final entries for the 2020 Australian Freight Industry Awards with only a few days remaining until the deadline for nominations on Monday, September 7.
A woman has been charged after allegedly hiding in the back of a truck in Victoria and entering NSW without a valid permit. Read more
The NT Government has released border crossing updates. From 28 August, freight workers entering the NT and truck drivers of a vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Mass of over 4.5 tonnes or train crew will be required to complete and submit an online COVID-19 Freight Risk Mitigation Management Plan prior to crossing the border.
For refrigerated transport business SRT Logistics, the past few months have brought many challenges as well as opportunities for growth, resulting in four new Iveco X-Way prime movers joining the fleet.
Big Rigs and the Australian Trucking Association have launched a new campaign today, amplifying the voice of Australia’s truck drivers. Read more
As many of you know, after 28 years of serving the industry Big Rigs faced an uncertain future after our last issue with News Corp came out on June 26. But Melbourne-based publisher Prime Creative Media quickly swooped in to save the day.
Hauling a 25 tonne excavator out of a subdivision site at Gledswood Hills in Sydney.
Carting cement around the suburbs of Melbourne for Metro Mix Concrete with his Kenworth 610SAR and dry bulk tanker.
Expanding networks and reducing the need for access permits will continue to boost freight efficiency according to a productivity blueprint released by the NHVR today. Read more
Usually behind the wheel of this T909, truck driver Mick Feeney switched the wheel for a camera, capturing his truck together with a K200.