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Scania’s New $3 Billion Truck Range Takes Out Top Gong

13 Jul,2017 - Leading Swedish commercial vehicle manufacturer Scania has announced a new and improved range of heavy-duty vehicles, after spending a whopping AU$3 billion on research and development. Unveiled in Paris last year, the range has been some 10 years in the making. Improving on their existing range in terms of performance, safety and driver comfort is ...

How to Save Time and Boost Payload with the Right Truck Mounted Crane

10 Jul,2017 - Sometimes it’s the subtlest change that makes the most powerful difference when spanned out over time. This is true of the planetary movements in our galaxy, the ageing of scotch and the function of truck mounted cranes. Since 1965, Italian manufacturer, Effer, have been defying both gravity and market trends with their crane designs. The ...

How to Save Time, Money and Back Aches with Automatic Tensioners

30 Jun,2017 - Anyone in the logging industry will tell you, air operated load restraints have been around for quite some time. They’ve been in use in Australia since the nineties but almost exclusively for log haulage. Then came the 21st century and the age of automation. As we’ve delved deeper into the 2000s, more and more people ...

Today’s Latest Braking Systems Keeping Our Truckies Safe

29 Jun,2017 - If you happen to be a Trucking and Transport fleet manager there’s no doubt you’ve heard of the safety system technology recently released by industry leader, Knorr-Bremse. For those who haven’t heard, put simply, their Bendix Wingman Fusion systems are revolutionising safety in the trucking and transport industry. An Innovative Combination It works through an ...

Trucking without Fatigue: The Driverless Future of Transport

24 Jun,2017 - The future is now. And it looks like a Pixar movie. At least the Mercedes version does anyway. While their Future Truck 2025 looks like a CGI imagining of trucks from the far off future, the model is real and operational. It’s pretty much just waiting for infrastructure—and the rest of the world—to catch up. ...

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