Tag Archives: ProStar

PROSTAR PERFECT | COMPANY PROFILE-Internationals are back on track with Booyal Quarries

Internationals are back on track with Booyal Quarries There’s something rather nostalgic about thinking back to when you were first allowed to ‘drive’ a vehicle. For Booyal Quarries owner Bruce Evans, that experience was at the age of eight, at the controls of his father’s International Harvester bulldozer. Bruce eventually graduated from the ‘dozer to drive his first truck, an ...

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Brand Building | TRUCK REVIEW – ProStar

Can International rebuild its brand in the face of stiff European and American competition? – Words by Brenton O’Connor Following our earlier evaluation of the ProStar in day-cabin version, configured as a rigid tipper and dog trailer application, PowerTorque is back behind the wheel of a sleeper-cabin version, putting it through its paces on a B-double run from Sydney to ...

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AMERICA FIRST | TRANSPORT NEWS – International ProStar

ProStar links International with IVECO for a renewed attack on the Australian market. Words by Brenton O’Connor – Images by Geoff Parrington. It’s been a long wait between the announcement of the return of International to the Australian trucking scene and the arrival of trucks on dealer forecourts, but, with trucks now available, ProStar is now a happening thing in ...

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INTERNATIONAL® ProStar® delivers for O’Connors CASE IH  | TRANSPORT NEWS

The International Truck brand is back in the public arena as the lead vehicle in the delivery fleet of O’Connors CASE IH, one of Australia’s leading CASE IH Dealerships. The INTERNATIONAL® ProStar® 6×4 sleeper cab prime mover will tow a three axle, drop deck trailer, hauling equipment between Melbourne and various branches. According to Shepparton Branch Manager, Brendan O’Connor the ProStar® had ...

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IVECO confirms The Aussie influence on INTERNATIONAL ProStar

Two years since the preview of the  INTERNATIONAL ProStar at the last Brisbane Truck Show, IVECO is starting to ramp information as to  the detailed specification of the trucks that form the return of the American brand name to the Australian market. The key to its intended success from day one depends on the work completed by the engineering team to ensure that the Pro-Star is ...

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It’s the big, brash and sometimes surprising world of trucking in the United States

As the 42nd annual Mid-America Truck Show kicked off again for the year in Lousiville, Kentucky, a casual onlooker could have been forgiven for thinking that not much by way of new products was on the agenda. But, with a little digging, the stories emerged. To the American trucking industry the Navistar/International truck business is always the object of spirited ...

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