Hino were the first manufacturer to introduce a commercial hybrid to the New Zealand market in 2006, and in 2014 introduced their latest range of Euro 5 compliant diesel electric models in the 300, 500 and 700 series.
Following the success of last year’s Customer Drive Day at Hampton Downs, Hino NZ once again invited customers and media to sample its product range in a behind-the wheel environment.
Mercedes-Benz New Zealand is preparing to launch a factory-produced dual-control version of the popular Econic specifically developed for the waste industry.
The driver shortage question fascinates me, as I’m sure it does many in my generation.
IVECO has made a number of enhancements to its dealer network.
In Hamilton a new partnership has been created with Waikato IVECO at 38 Bryant Road, Te Rapa. This new location wil...
Volvo demonstrated the new I-Shift crawler capabilities on the Gothenburg Port, towing a 750-tonne container train.
On March 15 Volvo Trucks launched the new I-Shift with crawler...
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New Zealand Trucking headed to the bottom of the country where the Aurora Australis is sometimes seen, and Hobbs & Banks Iveco Stralis is occasionally visible too.
UD Trucks Japan has recently announced an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) master agreement with Isuzu for the provision of medium-duty vehicles. In a press release, Tom Chapm...
Sollys Freight (1978) Ltd, known as Sollys Contractors, has built its transport business on the back of Japanese trucks since purchasing its first Isuzu in the 1970s.
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