NZ Trucking Gear
Unsafe heavy vehicle drivers be warned – the NZ Transport Agency’s Project 2 to 5 initiative is operational and eying the bad apples of the industry.
1 April 2020 and a lovely fine, sunny day, but something is missing – the background noise of traffic on SH2 is not there, there are no visible signs of people, even the wildlife, ...
26 March 2020 will be a day of historical significance for New Zealand because it was the first day of lockdown after the nation’s alert level was raised to 4. It has been a time o...
New Zealand Trucking shows you how the economy is travelling via key metrics from the road transport industry. From time to time we’ll be asking experts their opinion on what the numbers mean.
New Zealand, along with the rest of the world, has been through a unique experience, one we hope never to repeat. The craziness of panic buying hand sanitiser, toilet paper and PPE looms large in our memories.
New Zealand has always depended on the trucking industry to deliver its essential supplies, food, medical supplies, hand sanitiser, beverages, household goods (including toilet paper)
Atmosphere, Biodiesel and Carbon - A geeky peek at issues around biodiesel for vehicles.
I write this with New Zealand deep into the initial fourweek lockdown period. Nobody knows how long this will last or how successful it will be.
John Woodrooffe, principal of Woodrooffe Dynamics, discusses optimising transport networks with PBS.
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