K&S Fuller Transport is a family-owned business with over 50 years of experience in the industry, providing cost-effective, safe, efficient and reliable transport services. Read more
Meritor currently services over 300 heavy vehicle outlets across the nation incorporating all major truck OEMs in addition to an expansive independent network. Read more
As companies face the economic realities of climate change and commit to a decarbonised future, you could be forgiven for thinking the end is near for the heavy-duty diesel engine with all the talk about electrification, hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. Read more
Until recently Dana activities were divided into three basic units: Light Vehicle, Commercial Vehicle and Off-highway. Dana has now added a new business unit to its global portfolios, that of Electrification.
While not a new concept overseas, vehicle subscription is a relatively new phenomenon in Australia, with more and more motorists shunning potentially expensive traditional vehicle ownership for the flexibility and adaptability offered by this alternative model. Read more
Bin City services the Illawarra region of the NSW south coast and has been owned since 2017 by Dave and Neisha Neall.
Freightliner, which leverages the global might of Daimler Truck, knows that full connectivity, including over-the-air vehicle updates, accurate diagnosis of faults and forensic detail of incidents, is the kind of technology that can really benefit customers. Read more
Improving fleet efficiency remains the number one challenge for businesses in the transport industry. Read more
Independent heavy-vehicle repairer, Truck-Tech Group, recently opened a new workshop in Dandenong, expanding its customer base to the Victorian corner of Australia. Read more
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. Read more