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Keep on Moving 19th Feb! Southland, NZ Trucking Magazine

It’s the Waikato’s biggest-ever roading project – and it’s opening its gates to the public.

National supplies of new and used Japanese trucks are likely to be affected following the discovery of infestations of brown marmorated stink bugs in at least five ships bound for New Zealand.

Keep on Moving 16th Feb! Your NZ Road and Transport report for South Island. Keep safe!

PEOPLE AND TRANSPORT

How much worth is in a Kenworth? We took a ride in a 15-year-old T950 on a heavy haulage run to Port Latta in Tasmania to answer that question.

Other Stories

After the initial postponement, the trucks turned out in force to support one of the best truck shows in the country.

Fuso’s new range of rugged and vocational workhorses has been here for afew months now, doing a bit of pre-season training. New Zealand Truckingwent for a look to see how a couple of members of the team are shaping up.

In the January-February issue this year we announced the appointment of Chris Evans as health and safety stakeholder manager at EROAD. We were intrigued by the appointment and impressed with Chris’ credentials. Spend half an hour chatting with him and you’ll want to turn it into one hour, then two, then three ...

A successful truck show relies on many things and after 25 years the Mitre 10 Mega Ride in a Truck Day runs like a well-oiled machine thanks to the countless hours of dedication from the organisers, volunteers, participants and sponsors.