Tag Archives: Kenworth

Casino Truck Show

 The beef capital of NSW puts out the welcome mat You could be forgiven for thinking that Casino was named after a great gambler, but you’d be wrong. The town was named after the Casino Station and is among one of Australia’s largest beef cattle centres. As the regional hub of the cattle industry, the town sits on the Richmond ...

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Sibling Rivalry

  Kenworth now offers a PACCAR MX13-litre along with Cummins power for the Australian market. Dave Whyte takes a first drive around Melbourne The Australian road transport industry is in an almost unique position, where we have a choice of trucks from around the world available to new truck buyers. We even have some unique combinations, mixing and matching components ...

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Country Conversation

If you want to talk about trucks, there’s nowhere better over the Queen’s Birthday weekend than Alexandra During most weeks Alexandra is a relatively sleepy town that sits on the crossroads of the Maroondah Highway and the Goulburn Valley Highway in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range. Melbourne lies off to the southwest, by about 130 km, and the ...

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Shared Aspirations

  Kenworth and DAF join forces to present a 13-litre alternative for the Australian market If you want to be a success in the truck business, there’s a lot to be said for being able to achieve a genuine commonality of product offering. Whether you call it vertical integration or just common sense, reducing the variables in componentry can achieve ...

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Mainstream Mid-America

At PACCAR, the focus is on 13-litre engines and aerodynamics Much of the news from PACCAR actually happened last year with the release by Kenworth and Peterbilt of the 2.1-metre width ultra-aerodynamic cabs of the Kenworth T680 and Peterbilt 579. This year there are some additions to the model line-up, such as the vocational T880 and Peterbilt 567, which uses ...

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Daisy’s Grow in Melbourne

A high profile appearance is backed by high levels of customer service for Daisy’s Garden Supplies Neil and Margaret Mulcahy never imagined that back in August 1979, when they started their landscape supplies company, it would grow to be a major force in the Greater Melbourne area. But grow it did, to the point where today the business operates a ...

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