Over the past decade Freightliner’s Argosy has formed the backbone of Nelson’s log truck fleet, with numbers operating throughout the district totalling close to 30.
After initial trepidation, it came right on the day, and competitors, public, and weather all had a part to play.
Not every task needs a big,
unwieldy van. Sometimes a
smaller footprint works best –
especially when it comes with a
useful cargo space, a useable
cabin, and a price that spells
Keep on Moving 27th April
The Government and Auckland Council has announced it will embark on New Zealand’s largest ever civil construction programme to create a 21st century transport network.
The Auckland Transport Alignment Plan being released later today by Transport Minister Phil Twyford and Auckland Mayor Phil Goff includes funding for the Mill Road and Penlink projects, and other road upgrades.
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All too often the forgotten parts of a lorry, but ones that can so easily let you down just when
you need them. New Zealand Trucking magazine looks at how the latest tyre and batt...
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