Leaving it all on the field

28 June 2018

If things had turned out differently, 27-year-old Brad Morgan could have been patrolling the beat in a police uniform, but the opportunity to buy his own fertiliser spreading busin...

No looking back Part:1

25 June 2018

Over the next three months we’ll take a look at what’s going on at Fuso. In this, part one, we’ll recap on inner workings and culture and discover what’s ‘here’ but not here curren...

MAN enters New Zealand's 8x4 market

29 June 2018

Penske New Zealand has entered the 600-plus horsepower segment of the 8x4 market, recently delivering its first MAN TGX 35.640 rigid to Spencer Logistics in Wellington.

Volvo Trucks and FedEx demonst...

29 June 2018

Volvo Trucks North America, together with FedEx and the North Carolina Turnpike Authority, used advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) technology to conduct on-highway truck plat...

First Terex for Tower Cranes

28 June 2018

Just a few weeks after Tower Cranes New Zealand took possession of its first Terex crane from Titan Equipment, the firm is already impressed with the brand, says director, Julian Oxborough.

Women get ready to take the wheel

28 June 2018

A group of women is driving change in the Bay of Plenty freight truck industry, with eight new female truck drivers graduating from Toi Ohomai with a New Zealand Certificate in Com...

South Island Advisory - ice on...

28 June 2018

West Coast highways are icing up night and mornings in particular in many places currently and all drivers are encouraged to take care.

Road User Charges increase to ...

28 June 2018

The reality of the increase in Road User Charges (RUCs) announced by the Government is that it is consumers who will end up paying, says Road Transport Forum chief executive Ken Shirley.

Petrol excise and road user ch...

28 June 2018

Cabinet has approved a new 10-year plan for transport that will unlock record investment in the roads, rail and public transport for our growing regions and cities, and save lives ...