Tag Archives: Kenworth

CLEVER WITH CONCRETE | TRUCK REVIEW – Constable Brothers Concrete discuss the move to 10×4 Kenworth T359 agitators

PowerTorque visits Constable Brothers Concrete to discuss the move to 10×4 agitators In the construction industry, as with the transport industry, there are a few big players, and many smaller operations competing with them for work. While the competition may be tough, having the right equipment and attitude can make all the difference. One small company that has succeeded through ...

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GO WEST- David Meredith Road Tests the NEW KENWORTH T610 | Truck REVIEW KENWORTH

David Meredith heads into the great red (and currently green) yonder at the wheels of a brace of T610 Kenworths The offer was irresistible; join a two-day run from Darwin to Broome through the Territory’s lush monsoonal green with two Kenworth factory engineering development specialists and a couple of the new T610s – an Aero and an SAR. Following on ...

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LIVING LIFE TO THE FULL | REVIEW Brad Scott Excavations

Reliability comes from looking after your gear properly, as PowerTorque found when he visited Brad Scott Excavations of Drouin, Victoria. While we like to keep up to date with the latest and greatest in the transport industry, there are a large number of operators who, whether by choice or necessity, operate trucks that are in their second or third life cycle. ...

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GRAHAM BROWN & DAUGHTER

Based out of Moss Vale in the beautiful Southern Highlands, a short distance south of Sydney, Graham operates a small fleet of six exclusively Kenworth trucks, predominantly towing refrigerated trailers. The fleet colours are Phantom Purple with lighter coloured scrollwork, hauling trailers that are immaculately maintained in gloss white. If you look closely at the signwriting on each truck, the ...

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PacLease Adds Four New Sydney Locations

PacLease Australia has announced the addition of four franchise locations to serve customers in the Sydney and Newcastle NSW markets. “As part of our planned expansion, and as a result of increased demand for our truck rental, full service lease and contract maintenance services, we are pleased to announce our expansion into the greater Sydney and Newcastle New South Wales ...

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Beer O’Clock

From Garbage to Grain – Dave Whyte profiles Fellows Bulk Logistics With the recent harvest being one of the best in a long time, those involved in the transport and storage of the bumper crop are hard at work looking after the product our farmers have worked so hard to provide. While most of us take for granted the ability ...

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JOHN KAY – 66 years behind the wheel

  #PowerTorquePeople Powertorque Magazine had the absolute pleasure of sharing a yarn with John Kay after he’d just finished loading up for a Friday night run to Cooma. John started driving at age 17, by chance he was working at the local General sore in Moruya when the bloke who was delivering their goods offered him.a job going out on ...

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Custom and Classic

Warren Caves focuses his photographic skills on Graham Brown and Daughter Transport At PowerTorque we pride ourselves on bringing you the latest developments in technology, innovation and new model truck and equipment releases. We also understand that for some, equally as important as payloads, fuel economy and the bottom line, are styling, head-turning looks and a unique presence on the ...

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MAXIMUM VISIBILITY

Making the right impression means coordinating every aspect of the business for Select Quarry Materials It’s been two years since the merger of Central Quarry Materials and The Good Soil created the new business entity of Select Quarry Materials. But for joint managing directors Mark Allen and Michael Sultana, it’s been an exciting journey as they establish the brand on ...

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Aussie Ingenuity

Not just a manufacturing plant, more of a way of life Back in 1971, Australia’s population was actually half that of today, and with Prime Minister John Gorton running the country the nation was celebrating tennis star Evonne Goolagong being named the Australian of the Year. It was also in the same year the government announced that Australian and New ...

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