Peter Shields

Mixing it Up

Based on a design created by a frustrated engineer and the inability to access small quantities of concrete out of hours, the Concrete Taxi system was first set up in Perth, Western Australia.
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Staying Ahead

Isuzu has been building trucks since 1920 when the Japanese manufacturer formed a joint venture with the Wolseley car company of the UK to produce passenger vehicles as well as a 1.5 tonne truck.
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MAN on a Mission

Over 167,000 hours of design work alone have gone into the new MAN TG3 series truck. Sergio Carboni, who has been with Penske Australia for nearly six years, is in the driver’s seat, so to speak, to talk about the new range and what it will mean for the German brand locally. Read More

Going for Gold

In recent years MAN has built upon its fulfilment of the Rheinmetall contract to supply over 2,500 protected and unprotected medium and heavy military-spec vehicles to the Australian Defence Forces.
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Righteous Paths

Carey’s Freight Lines has been based in Tamworth for 75 years, a remarkable achievement in road freight operations which the company has celebrated by proudly specifying heritage liveries to its 2022 model Kenworths and Mercedes-Benz prime movers to reflect the longevity of the service Carey’s has provided to the local region.
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Highway to Heavy

For 97 years Russell Transport has been a family run business, having commenced operations in 1925 as RB Russell Transport.
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Top of the Range

The past couple of years has seen the absence of the typical extensive product launch and test drive programs at which the industry, through its manufacturers, dealers, customers and media was able to experience a variety of a brand’s vehicles with the additional benefit of back-to-back assessments.
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