A Freightliner Cascadia test truck with 500,000km under its belt convinced a Toowoomba-based fuel hauler to add another to its fleet. Read more
The Brisbane Truck Show was a watershed moment for SEA Electric. At least, for its venture into the Australian market that is.
Hydrogen has become the buzzword of 2021. Australia’s Federal Energy Minister, Angus Taylor, has said the green hydrogen industry alone will be a $10 billion per year market within the next 20-30 years.
No-shows from traditional key players aside, one of the most glaring differences in this year’s Brisbane Truck Show from the 2019 version was a notable surge in the presence of alternative fuel technology.
Growing up, Jess Moyse aspired to be a journalist. Originally from Brisbane, she had pictured herself being part of the regular 9 to 5 daily office grind – yet her reality is anything but.
“I did come off the road and got a factory job that lasted two and a half days and I went back driving again. I couldn’t hack being inside four walls, so I never went back.”
As Burson Auto Parts celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, it looks back at one of the original staff, who made an invaluable contribution to the business.
In a lot of situations, particularly in road transport, the connection to a brand or product can be forged over a number of years and in the case of Tommy Carr of Albury, the association he has with the Kenworth brand extends back three generations to his grandfather David Findlay.
Trucking wasn’t always on the cards for Les Blennerhassett. Actually, he fell into it quite unexpectedly.
Safety was a big factor in the family-run Mills Freightlines choosing a new Cascadia for its new fleet, but so was fuel savings for husband and wife duo Paul and Jayne Mills who head up the SA operation. Read more