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Another autonomous truck revealed

Scania has released its latest member of its autonomous family, the Scania AXL, a fully autonomous concept truck, without a cab. In what is another milestone in the development of heavy self-driving vehicles, a group of Scania experts in different fields have teamed up and developed a concept...
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Hino Mackay under new management

Hino in Mackay has a new premises and owner following the appointment of Milne Bros as the dealer for the central Queensland region. “We are delighted to welcome the well-regarded Milne Bros company to the Hino family following the retirement of Richard Deguara, Dealer Principal of Carlisle Hino,...
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Van sales set new records while truck sales slow

New Heavy Truck sales in Australia continue to slow from the record levels seen in 2018, with the month of June just past typical of the trend seen year-to-date. June 2019 saw sales slump in all truck segments, compared to June last year. However despite the slowing market,...
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URM take delivery of 40 Dennis Eagle trucks

Penske Commercial Vehicles is currently handing over 40 Dennis Eagle ‘Elite 2’ trucks to waste management contractor United Resource Management (URM) for use in residential refuse collection in Sydney’s Northern Beaches Council precinct. The Dennis Eagle units all feature colourful liveries to symbolise the Northern Beaches Council’s promotion...
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 Liquid Fuel Security Vital for Road Freight Industry

National Road Transport Association (NatRoad) says ensuring that Australia has an adequate, appropriately costed and reliable supply of diesel fuel must be a Government priority. “As one of NatRoad’s members commented to us in the development of our submission, without access to fuel stocks, we don’t have an...
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