NTI Ltd announces Burrumbuttock Hay Runners sponsorship for fourth consecutive year | TRANSPORT NEWS

NTI Ltd, Australia’s specialist transport and logistics insurer, has announced its primary sponsorship of the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners on their journey to Armidale on 23rd January – 26th January 2020. The partnership with NTI and the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners follows on from the last four years of ongoing support of the initiative. Founded by Brendan ‘Bumpa’ Farrell in 2014, the ...

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McColl’s Streamlines its staff for a big 2020 | TRANSPORT NEWS

McColl’s Transport depots are to be congratulated for taking the initiative to organise a fitness and weight loss campaign amongst staff. Dozens of employees at McColl’s Transport took part in the company’s inaugural 12-week challenge in the lead up to Christmas and between them they managed to shed a massive combined weight of 165kg! Bradley Cartwright, a Mechanic from the ...

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Extra Mile Challenge is Underway with UD Trucks | TRANSPORT NEWS

Extra Mile Challenge is Underway with UD Trucks  UD Trucks Australia has launched the 2020 Extra Mile Challenge, a driver-skill based competition that tests drivers to demonstrate how improvements in driver behaviour can translate to safer driving, improved fuel consumption and reduced wear and tear on vehicles. The local Australian competition has been launched with drivers hand-picked by UD Trucks’ customers ...

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Jobs for the Boys and Girls as HM GEM Engines seeks new apprentices | TRANSPORT NEWS

HM GEM Engines is Australia’s largest engine remanufacturing company with branches throughout the eastern seaboard of Australia and is now looking for apprentices to learn trades in engineering that will provide them with a strong and satisfying future.   Four times winner of the Prime Minister’s Employer of the Year Award, HM GEM Engines is opening up opportunities for young people to enter the industry ...

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BANDAG Launches the BDV for high-wearing urban applications | TRANSPORT NEWS

Bandag, the name synonymous with the tyre retreading business, has released an all-new retread pattern for use in urban fleets operating in refuse and waste collection as well as the metropolitan route bus sector. “Route buses and refuse trucks are notorious for tyre wear and scrub, making them two of the biggest opportunities and challenges from a Bandag perspective,” said ...

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