More investment in EV tech by Cummins

July 6, 2018 Joel Helmes

Cummins is famous for building diesel engines; however, the U.S. business is looking to make sure it doesn’t get left behind on electric powertrains. We’ve reported previously on Cummins attempts to get at the forefront […]

Hino enjoying boom times in 2018

July 6, 2018 Joel Helmes

The boom times are continuing, and Hino is enjoying the fruits of the truck sales surge in 2018. But despite the overall sales numbers being on the rise, Hino believes their much-improved position this year […]

Noms open for 2018 Craig Roseneder Award

July 5, 2018 Joel Helmes

The annual Craig Roseneder Award looks to find and honour the most professional truck industry technicians and now nominations for this year’s award have just opened. The award winner will be announced at the Australian […]

Heavy Vehicles Podcast 0127

July 5, 2018 Joel Helmes

This week on the Heavy Vehicles Truck/Bus News Wrap we cover: More gains in June 2018 truck sales race New safety breach hotline established Detroit Diesel celebrates 80 years Three more states can truck rego […]

2018 Western Star 2800SS Review

July 5, 2018 Joel Helmes

There’s no doubt the Japanese are the dominant players in the medium-duty truck market, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look at the alternatives. One alternative comes from the U.S. and although yet to make […]

Fuso backs new community initiative

July 5, 2018 Joel Helmes

Fuso and the Melbourne Storm NRL team are working together to raise awareness of grassroots toughness. What’s that? That’s a celebration of the people in our community who might be doing it a bit tough […]

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