While 65,000 people are expected through the doors for the May 13-16 Brisbane Truck Show, thousands more will flock to a myriad of concurrent trucking events and attractions in the city. Here’s a look at some of the highlights.
To mark the 75th anniversary of the iconic Freighter badge in Australia, we caught up with one of the brand’s most loyal supporters, Ross Transport in Port Kembla, to find out why the trailers have been such an integral part of their business over the years.
This year, the PACCAR Parts stand will take on a more integrated approach featuring a selection of their quality aftermarket parts and accessories displayed on the Kenworth and DAF trucks on display.
As PACCAR continues to celebrate its 50th year of manufacturing in Australia, the brand’s stand is set to draw a lot of attention at the Brisbane Truck Show, with whispers that an exciting new Kenworth Legend will be revealed – though its details have been largely shrouded in secrecy.
The new heavy rigid Fuso Shogun 360, which launches at the Brisbane Truck Show, was developed as a premium 14-pallet rigid model with class-leading safety, comfort and Euro 6 emissions using a more compact engine.
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With an extensive product portfolio under its belt, MAN Truck & Bus will have all bases covered at an impressive display at the Brisbane Truck Show.
A new partnership sees the launch of an accompanying heavy equipment and machinery show, which will take place alongside the Brisbane Truck Show next week.
Mercedes-Benz will launch an Australian validation program for an Actros truck that can help steer itself at the Brisbane Truck Show.