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
It is a fine Sunday afternoon on the historic Barragunda Station, in rural Victoria when a distinctive turquoise and white International Eagle livestock truck rumbles up the valley.
Since 1968 Lesley Hansen and her husband Jim have run the Woodstock Roadhouse and General Store in Far North Queensland.
‘Take it on and think about it later’, was one of Fred Mohammed’s favourite business mottos at Crane Trucks R Us (CTRU). Read more
Three truckie mates are set to embark on a 3000km trip from Geraldton to Uluru, each driving a restored WWII military truck, to raise money for a cause close to their hearts.
Jerilderie-based Hamilton Contracting said its new Freightliner Cascadia has passed the harvest season test with flying colours. Read more
Since first being sold in Australia in the early 1970s, the Scania name has become a popular and well-regarded product on Australia’s highways with the famous Griffin emblem adorning Scanias in all manner of applications.
Those who’ve watched Outback Truckers would recognise Steve Grahame, often covered in dust and dirt, as he delivers building supplies and all sorts of essentials to some of the most remote communities in Australia.