Toyota unveils improved hydrogen truck

July 31, 2018 Joel Helmes

Toyota is serious about hydrogen fuel cell technology and not just for passenger cars. As we’ve been covering, Toyota has been trialing heavy-duty trucks powered by hydrogen in the U.S. for some time now. Those […]

Express Group WA back for more V8 Scanias

July 26, 2018 Joel Helmes

The first deliveries of the new-generation of Scania Trucks are starting to occur across Australia. One of the first transporter operators that committed to the recently launched Scania products was Express Group WA, incorporating both […]

G.James hits Hino century

July 25, 2018 Joel Helmes

Reliability has been identified as the main reason why G.James keeps coming back to Hino. The Japanese truck manufacturer has just delivered its 100th vehicle to the leading glass and aluminium manufacturer. G.James has been […]

Tidy profits for PACCAR in 2018

July 25, 2018 Joel Helmes

Things are looking up in the truck industry and PACCAR is one manufacturer enjoying the good times. The U.S.-based business has just released second quarter financials showing record quarterly sales and Financial Services revenues of […]

Scania wins big waste contract

July 24, 2018 Joel Helmes

Scania is not normally the first truck brand that comes to mind when covering stories relating to waste and recycling. But Scania is the brand that Cleanaway Waste Management has chosen for a new council […]

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