PATIENCE, TENACITY, ENERGY, KIWI – PTEK

31 March 2021

Okay, so we took a liberty with that acronym, PTEK actually stands for Petersen Technologies, but as far as we’re concerned, ‘If the cap fits…’. And boy oh boy, does it fit.

GETTING POWER FROM HYDROGEN

31 March 2021

“I believe that water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen which constitute it, used singly or together, will furnish an inexhaustible source of heat and ligh...

DAUM LEADS EUROPE THROUGH 2021

31 March 2021

Daimler Truck AG CEO Martin Daum has been appointed chair of the Commercial Vehicle Board of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA). A significant move? Incredibly…

Mini Big Rigs - MODEL TRUCKING...

31 March 2021

Model trucking is not always about super-detailed 1:25th and 1:24th scale. There are many cost-effective model truck options for young – and older – roadtransport enthusiasts.

Just Truckin’ Around overseas ...

08 March 2021

Tex Halliday is the mobile plant trainer for GEMCO (Groote Eylandt Mining Company operation) and trains all operators on all mobile plant from two-tonne trucks through to 120-tonne Cat dump trucks and D11 bulldozers.

LIGHT COMMERCIAL TEST - EXPERT...

31 March 2021

Peugeot is a big brand in the European commercial van segment, and locally it hopes its Expert will throw shade at New Zealand’s traditional big players.

A zero-carbon gas future for New Zealand

30 March 2021

Firstgas Group has announced a plan for decarbonisation of its gas pipeline network in New Zealand. Hydrogen will be blended into the North Island natural gas network from 2030, wi...

Vipal retread proves itself in...

30 March 2021

The DV-UM3B design was 65% superior in performance comparing to a product from another producer

ROAD TRANSPORT FORUM - Progres...

25 March 2021

RTF CEO Nick Leggett recently toured the new Transmission Gully motorway project…

INTERNATIONAL TRUCK STOP - HAU...

25 March 2021

Will Shiers catches up with British haulier Steve Nixon, who treats his 2-million-kilometre Scania 18-tonner like it’s a Rolls-Royce.