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New braking technology a life saver
22 June, 2018
New braking technology a life saver
The Australian Government's decision to mandate stability control technology for a range of new trucks and trailers will save 126 lives and prevent 1,101 serious injuries in the coming years, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, Geoff Crouch, said.  read more
Zoom Up / High-tech solutions tried for forestry labor needs
20 June, 2018
Zoom Up / High-tech solutions tried for forestry labor needs
Carrying a pile of timber about 4 meters long, a transport vehicle proceeded slowly but smoothly down a roughly 3-meter-wide path in the woods of Tanba, Hyogo Prefecture. There was no one at the wheel. The unmanned cart - specially designed to transport lumber from thinned forests. read more
An entrepreneur making her mark on the forestry sector
19 June, 2018
An entrepreneur making her mark on the forestry sector
Lilian Ndhlovu, owner of Mirian and Lilian Transport PTY LTD, is an entrepreneur who owns and operates a forestry contractor business in Mpumalanga's White River/Nelspruit area and is beginning to make her mark on the industry. read more
Transportation Components: safe, reliable and consistent supply - OEM aftermarket parts make more ‘cents’ on the road
12 June, 2018
Andrew Gouws
The heavy transportation sector is the veritable lifeblood of South Africa's economy, with goods transported daily by thousands of trucking fleets on the country's roads. It is therefore the reliability and safety of these heavy transport vehicles upon which our nation's future... read more

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