Rocks being hurled from motorway overbridges are endangering the lives of truck drivers and other motorists and action must be taken to stop it, says Road Transport Forum chief executive Ken Shirley.
New Zealand’s general election in September didn’t provide National or Labour with a resounding win, and soon New Zealand First leader Winston Peters will determine who governs for the next three years.
Tim and Janey George commenced business in 1990 as logging contractors before moving into root raking and the preparation of land for forestry using hydraulic excavators.
Bookings have opened for the TMC Trucking Industry Show 2018 on 9 to 10 March 2018, with organisers saying the strong uptake reflected the popularity of this biennial event.
The NZ Transport Agency is seeking feedback from the transport industry to help with the design of its upgraded permit system.
Hino NZ are putting safety first with their new Wide Cab 500 Series, which will be the first medium truck in New Zealand to offer Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) as a standard feature.
Alice Springs is home of the iconic Tanami Transport and New Zealand Trucking’s Paul O’Callaghan recently met one of the company’s Kenworths on the Murranji Track, an old stock rou...
Volvo Trucks is now introducing Euro 6-compliant heavy-duty trucks that run on liquefied natural gas (LNG) or biogas. The trucks can cut CO2 emissions by 20 to 100 percent. With a ...
Truckies are up in arms about charges by the Port of Napier to cover its increased insurance costs.
Pacific Fuel Haul has been recognised for its safety performance with two awards in the third annual Australasian Fleet Safety Awards, hosted by international road safety charity Brake.
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