For owner operator Cameron Shaw, heavy haulage transport marketplace Loadshift has helped him to grow and diversify his business.
A lot has changed for Ian Bird, 77, since he first starting driving trucks over half a century ago at the age of 22.
If your business is eligible for the current government tax incentives, there has never been a better time to upgrade.
Life has changed dramatically for Bluewater Springs Roadhouse owners Geoff and Melissa Bolster since the coronavirus pandemic hit the headlines in 2019.
The Lumsden family has been involved in transport for decades. Their foray into the industry started when Murray and Roxy Lumsden moved to the small town of Varley in WA’s Wheatbelt region. The plan was to buy a farm and work on the land, but that’s not quite how it worked out.
For Prestige Racehorse Transport, comfort is at a premium when it comes to transporting such precious cargo.
As someone whose day-to-day tasks are longer than five dog trailers put together, having a good support team can make a world of difference.
A former truck driver and driver trainer, lawyer Mandy Reid has been assisting other truck drivers with all manner of legal issues.
When brothers Peter and Angus Wickham spent a pretty packet on a brand new Kenworth in 1978 to transport potatoes from their family farm, it marked the start of something big – and they didn’t even know it yet.
Over the past 30 years, AEI Transport has proudly grown to become one of the leading specialist insurance brokers along the east coast for heavy transport and logistics operators, advising in all aspects of insurance and workers compensation advice.