In terms of equipment, down-time and parts replacement, Proactive Coolant Testing can save you money. Read more
As long as humans are behind the wheel, reaching zero fatalities on Australian roads is an ambitious endeavour. However, fatalities can be significantly reduced with the help of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), and other integrated technologies. Read more
When the SEA 300-85 rolled off the SEA Electric production line in Melbourne, SEA Electric celebrated the first Australian produced all-electric truck to roll off its production line since becoming a fully-fledged OEM earlier this year.
On our Aussie roads, there’s a lot your truck deals with. Dirt, sand, dust, even dirty fuel will all affect the performance of your engine over time. Read more
You’ve installed fatigue monitoring devices throughout your fleet, you’re getting a constant flow of data recording inattentions, microsleeps and more, how are you using your fatigue monitoring data?. Read more
MAHA has been a market-leading manufacturer of testing and lifting equipment for more than 50 years and its products are used all over Australia and the world to examine, test and maintain vehicles and now Scania Australia and New Zealand choose MAHA. Read more
Ikon Equipment extends its extensive range of heavy lifting solutions for the Australian market, as IKON adds ROTARY LIFT Heavy Duty to its portfolio. Read more
Global automotive technology innovator SEA Electric is set to shine at the annual Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, with a range of market-leading EV products to be showcased at North America’s premier transportation technology and clean fleet event.
Trucking is a family affair for Western Australia’s Pingelly Transport. Owned and operated by Bill and Zoe Moulton since 2017, the business was established in 1983 and previously operated by Bill’s grandparents for 38 years. This is the story about how family owned Pingelly Transport quit the guessing game about their business. Read more
In the event of a heavy vehicle rollover, the dangers extend beyond the initial impact as the vehicles electrical system can spark, starting fires from leaking fuel or exposed dangerous goods, REDARC explains how to mitigate risk after a rollover. Read more