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MAKING A DIFFERENCE | TRUCK REVIEW-Foodbanking in Australia celebrates its 25th anniversary

Foodbanking in Australia celebrates its 25th anniversary, aided by a little assistance from the transport industry. Starting in NSW in 1992, and now a National Federation in all States, Foodbank grew to become involved with the provision of food to those in need. Today the organisation has grown to become independently capable of consistently supplying food to charities that in ...

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POWERTALK- Interview with Govi Kannan, Senior Vice President Mack Global Brand | Transport NEWS

Based at the Mack global headquarters in Greensboro, North Carolina, Govi Kannan has the somewhat daunting job of refining the products from the iconic Mack Trucks breed to suit the varying demands in terms of vehicle specifications from the different countries that he oversees. There’s obviously a major difference between a truck spec that works well in South America from ...

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SWAPPING COGS | Transport News – EATON Roadranger

The tried and true Eaton Roadranger can be significantly less expensive to recondition compared to some of the competitive AMT transmissions  At PowerTorque, we tend to focus on the latest improvements and innovations in transport, but, the fact is, there is a lot of older equipment out on the road that requires a level of maintenance and up-keep to maintain ...

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NO CONTEST | REVIEW KIM HAULAGE

Choosing disc brakes, EBS and roll stability was an easy choice for KIM Haulage. Some three years ago, PowerTorque visited Kim Haulage of Londonderry, on the north western outskirts of Sydney, to discuss how being an early adopter of technology could prove to be the right decision for efficiency, reliability and, above all, safety. Founder and managing director, Ken McClelland, ...

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HISTORY IN THE MAKING | REVIEW LOPEZ BROS TRANSPORT

Technology has not necessarily improved efficiency, and, for those with long memories, today’s experts could learn a lot from yesteryear – Chris Mullett.   Before we all got so terribly techno-efficient, preferring to stare at an iPhone than look someone in the face, people found it normal to communicate by talking to each other. The post took one day to ...

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