Events and Shows

6th Annual Sydney Classic & Antique Truck Show 2016

Sunday 29th May 2016, 8am to 3pm Museum of Fire, Penrith ( Charity Event) Free amusement rides and displays – Live entertainment on stage

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Half Day Keynote Briefing – Fuel Management in the Transport & Logistics Industry

A S Harrison & Co is pleased to announce its keynote briefing on “Fuel Management in the Transport & Logistics Industry”, Tuesday 17 May in Sydney CBD. Leading overseas experts and local speakers will provide up to date technical and market information suitable for technical, operations, management and marketing personnel in the transport, logistics and fuel industries. Topics covered will ...

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The Show Circuit – Perth Truck Show

Perth more than justifies showing its wares to the industry In a country that suffers from dysfunctional government resulting in different regulations and legislation between states, it’s, frankly, not surprising that what works in the east will either not work in the west, or is not permitted, and vice versa. For starters, the geography of the country is different, the ...

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Trailers out West

The North American trailer market lags behind Australia when it comes to technology and safety – A report from the Mid-America Truck Show. The North American truck manufacturers are very forward thinking in some areas, with systems such as Bendix Wingman providing drivers with lane departure assistance, adaptive cruise control and radar identification of obstacles in the road ahead. But ...

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America on Show

PowerTorque makes its annual pilgrimage to the Mid-America Truck Show There are two events globally in the world of trucking that draw the interest of trucking enthusiasts. The first, for those with an interest in all things European, is the IAA Truck Show in Hanover. The second, which appeals to lovers of America muscle and bling, is the Mid-America Truck ...

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Drive Time

The Mid-America Truck Show once again highlights the future development for the North American market. Chris Mullett reports Heading for Louisville, Kentucky, this year for the annual PowerTorque pilgrimage, there were times that I reflected on just how much would be revealed by way of new developments. Despite the 30-hour travel schedule, Louisville always provides sufficient food for thought to ...

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Trailer Time at the Brisbane Show

There may not be enough floor space for a trailer manufacturer to park up an example of everything it offers to the market, but, as O’Phee Trailers demonstrated, if you can’t spread out, then the only way is up. And up they went, with trailers in the air and using the arms of its container self-loader to hold the company ...

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Focus on Tasmania

The Tasmanian economy is on the upturn, and with unemployment reducing there’s a much brighter future for the trucking industry After years of disappointment with rising unemployment, there’s a noticeable turnaround in the Tassie economy that suggests there’s a much brighter future ahead for the Apple Isle. Investment by state and federal governments, a shift from logging old growth forests ...

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Show and Tell

The IAA Show once again displays the transport industry technology that will shape the way you operate in the future – Chris Mullett and Dave Whyte report from Hanover, Germany. For those that suggest everything centres on web-based communication and that face-to-face meetings are no longer necessary, here are some solid reasons why, at least for the transport industry, this ...

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Schmitz Cargobull

Cold formed I-beam construction leads a new era for trailer manufacturing. An IAA Hanover Show Report With turnover up 7.5 percent and production running at 45,300 units in 2013/2014, Schmitz Cargobull has announced a major investment programme in its new I-Beam construction available in the Genios trailer design. The I-beam is cold formed from a single blank without a welding ...

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