The Queensland Government has put its weight behind 2021 Australian Heavy Vehicle Industry Week and the events under its umbrella, all taking place in Brisbane in May.
Strongman Troy Conley-Magnusson will push a 12 tonne Freightliner Cascadia in an official Guinness World Record attempt that seeks to raise money for three very important kids’ charities.
Trailer giant MaxiTRANS has confirmed that it is wholeheartedly supporting the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show to be held in May. Read more
Hino Motor Sales Australia has announced it won’t be participating in the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show due to the continued uncertainty around COVID-19.
All the required boxes have been checked for the Brisbane Truck Show – it’s go time. Read more
Isuzu Australia has today announced the company’s decision to withdraw from the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show. Read more
Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia (HVIA) has announced that the Brisbane Truck Show will proceed as normal from May 13-16, 2021. Read more
Cummins has announced that due to the continuing impact and uncertainty that COVID-19 has on all aspects of business and lives globally, that it will not be exhibiting at the Brisbane Truck Show scheduled from May 13-16. Read more
For the first time in more than 30 years Scania Australia will not be exhibiting at the Brisbane Truck Show. Read more
With so much ongoing uncertainty around the pandemic, Volvo Group Australia is confident it made the right call to back out of the Brisbane Truck Show in May next year.