IRTENZ - FILLING THE CYLINDER

31 May 2021

The diesel engines we are familiar with are generally four-stroke, i.e. completing one full cycle takes four distinct actions, stokes — intake, compression, power, and exhaust — co...

ENGAGING WITH INDUSTRY

31 May 2021

Paul Fantham, the New Zealand Transport Agency’s senior manager, commercial licencing and revenue, spoke about how the agency engaging with the industry to deliver better, safer ro...

PRODUCT UPDATE - VIPAL RETREAD...

31 May 2021

Vipal Rubber’s DV-UM3B Precure tread recently faced off in a comparative test with a competitor’s product and proved its performance to be 65% better under similar rolling and application conditions.

ROAD NOISE NEWS - Fuso eCante...

27 May 2021

Fuso New Zealand recently hosted the first local adopters of the Fuso eCanter, as well as representatives from government and infrastructure, for a special launch event and informa...

ROAD NOISE NEWS - SCANIA NEW Z...

27 May 2021

Scania New Zealand has opened two new workshops in Whangarei and Gisborne. Both sites will operate with a full suite of services, parts and after-hours support.

ROAD NOISE NEWS - Iveco delive...

27 May 2021

Sponsoring The Blues has led to a collaboration between two of the team’s commercial partners that will help introduce industry standard equipment to the next generation of automotive engineers.

ROAD NOISE NEWS - OBITUARY – T...

27 May 2021

Long-serving New Zealand Trucking magazine stalwart Trish Bexley has died after a battle with cancer.

New look, same service

27 May 2021

Father and son duo Rick and Grant Ranger have recently taken ownership of Auckland Truck Alignment in Papatoetoe. The Rangers took over on 1 April, the deal coming about after Rick...

SH30 Rotorua works for week be...

28 May 2021

Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency advises multiple worksites are active on State Highway 30/ Te Ngae Road, between Sala Street and Iles Road, in Rotorua this week, as part of the Eastern Corridor Stage One project.

The world's transport minister...

28 May 2021

Ministers of transport from the 63 member countries of the International Transport Forum at the OECD have agreed to use recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic to transform transport.