Transport is an amazing business. We invest millions of dollars, work super long hours, put up with other drivers that should never have gotten a license, suffer from over-zealous regulators, and then are ripped off with high rego bills, stamp tax, tolls and fuel tax. Sometimes I wonder why we do it?
Trucks are a big investment for any transport business so it’s important to ensure they are protected; but cruising the nation’s highways can wreak havoc on a truck’s paintwork, from stone chips and scratches, to bugs that stick in the summer heat. That’s where Protect Group comes in.
For over 20 years, CHEMTECH has built up a reputation for providing a range of vehicle care and protective products that work. From its famous CT18 Superwash to its Diesel Power fuel additives, it has built up a range of products specifically developed with truck and four-wheel drive users in mind.
The way that rubber meets and reacts with the road affects every component and every aspect of your truck’s performance and operation.
Mayika’s GPS tracking solutions and fleet management software is helping transport operators take the management of their vehicles to the next level.
In a world where a semiconductor can bring global vehicle production lines to a standstill, it’s good to know your truck’s electronic modules can still be repaired, getting your heavy vehicle back on the road with a typical turnaround of 48 hours.
Alcoa Wheels didn’t stop at the invention of the forged aluminium wheel in 1948. It has continued to stay at the leading edge of innovation and its wheel technologies are helping forge the future of the transportation industry.
At Krueger National Spare Parts and Service, it’s about much more than having an extensive list of products. High levels of customer service and a trusted national support network are all part of the package.
Smeaton Grange-headquartered tanker specialist Omni Tanker has partnered with the University of NSW and space giants Lockheed Martin in a landmark project. Read more
Scania’s move into the medium-duty 7.0-litre market with a heavy-duty truck has brought some of the benefits of a larger truck into a smaller model.