Rhodes’ runners keeping sheep on the move

“I grew up around trucks but went straight out of school onto a handpiece in the shearing shed, being a rousie and shearing, until I worked out it was easier throwing sheep onto a truck than blowing the jackets off them,” said Nathan Rhodes with a laugh. 

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An amazing ride for QTA Woman of the Year

Annastasia Denigan, 40, didn’t originally seek out a career in transport, but since joining the industry, her professionalism and dedication have been widely recognised – most recently with being named the Trucking Woman of the Year at the Queensland Trucking Association’s (QTA) annual awards. 

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New Fuso packs a punch

Putting bigger engines in vehicles is a very Australian thing to do. So, it should have come as no surprise that when Fuso Japan received a request to put a bigger engine in the heavy-duty Shogun it came from Australia.

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Going from strength to strength in the west

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. 

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