To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Burson Auto Parts in 2021, we brought together two icons of the aftermarket industry.
Regular readers of Big Rigs with a good memory may recall a chat I had back in 2018 with the Geehman family from Gippsland, who had just undertaken the Crawling the Hume event with ‘Dusty Tracks’, their ex-Ascot NT 1979 model Kenworth K125. Read more
As Robert Holmes, 76, steps into retirement, he reveals it’s the people and the challenges that he’ll miss most of all.
Joyall is proudly supported by local Aussie businesses, such as Waldie Transport in Melbourne; a family owned and operated transport company specialising in local, regional and interstate haulage.
While the Morrison government spruiks its spend on hydrogen infrastructure post the UN climate change summit, a start-up on the Central Coast of NSW already has a jump-start on many of its zero emission rivals – without a cent of federal support.
A new business opened this year has been established with the aim of keeping your Detroit engine running in optimal condition. The team at Doctor Detroit are specialists in servicing and repairing Detroit engines.
The clock is just about to tick over to 7am as Craig Buck peels off the Hume Highway at Wodonga and heads for the hills of the Great Dividing Range at the start of another working week. Read more
Well known outback truckie Danyelle Haigh has just welcomed her dream truck as she gets set to start her next adventure in the Northern Territory.
The second successive Convoy 4 Kids was held in Southern Tasmania yesterday, with all funds raised again going to the children’s ward at the Royal Hobart Hospital. Read more
Having each spent over 40 years in the industry, Steve Leslie and Jeff Rose have combined their expertise to develop a paperless transport safety and compliance suite that’s extremely easy to use, cost-effective and compliant – with assistance only ever a phone call away.