Peter Shields

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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Resource Recovery

Bin City services the Illawarra region of the NSW south coast and has been owned since 2017 by Dave and Neisha Neall. Read More

Rise to Power

The Fuso Shogun is known as the Fuso Super Great in its homeland of Japan and now with the availability of a 510hp version of the Daimler-sourced 13-litre engine, that rather awkward moniker is actually quite an apt description of the Fuso heavy hitter.
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Switched on Trucking

In 2017, SEA Electric began performing driveline swaps on existing internal combustion engine (ICE) powered trucks, and now at its immaculate Melbourne facility has moved to fitting its patented SEA-Drive power-system to new Semi Knocked Down (SKD) cab-chassis kits sourced from Hino.
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Lane Change

Like so many others in his industry, Noel Lane started with a single truck and has grown the business to provide a transport service which reaches across Australia from its base beside the Princes Highway at Killarney in south western Victoria.
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Reaching Critical Mass

Maroubra Building Supplies (MBS) has been supplying Sydney construction and building industries since 1983 when builder Sam Papadakis bought into the suburban hardware store where he had been a customer.
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Climbing the Rise

Development of autonomous vehicles over the past decade or so has not contributed to the demise of Western civilisation, as some early detractors may have preached, but instead has resulted in the progressive adoption of a number of key systems which offer to significantly improve the safety and efficiency of modern commercial vehicles.
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