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New diesel rebate gazetted
28 March, 2018
New diesel rebate gazetted - Customs and Excise Act, 1964. Amendment of Schedule No.6 (NO. 6/3/47) read more
Mahindra launches powerful generator
28 March, 2018
Mahindra South Africa have announced its entry into the higher kVA diesel generators (DG) segment with the launch of its all new range of 250/320 kVA DGs powered by Mahindra mPower series engines. Designed at its R&D hub at Mahindra Research Valley in Chennai... read more
Truck driver shortages hitting Canada's forest products sector
13 March, 2018
Truck driver shortages hitting Canada's forest products sector
A shortage of truck drivers is hampering the country's forest sector as shipments have been delayed and at least one producer was forced to slow production because of a lack of wood chips.Weyerhaeuser Co. chief executive Doyle Simons said Friday... read more
Hyundai SA launches light-duty truck, believes market will grow over next 5 years
7 March, 2018
The EX8 may be the first introduction in a new commercial vehicle line-up for HASA, with the South Korean manufacturer increasingly keen on expanding its range and reach in right-hand-drive markets, says HASA commercial vehicle director Wade Griffin. read more
TruckX and FleetX 2018: Rewarding product excellence
7 March, 2018
TruckX and FleetX 2018: Rewarding product excellence
Innovation is what helps to drive South Africa's automotive sector - and what better place to have your pioneering aftermarket products showcased than at this year's TruckX and FleetX events at Kyalami. The inaugural TruckX and FleetX Product Excellence Awards... read more
Changes for Department of Transport
7 March, 2018
Minister of transport
Following the recent cabinet reshufflt by South Africa's new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, the previous Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi,has been replaced by Blaze Nzimande. Chief among these, there are three areas which the country needs to focus on as a collective. read more
Volvo Trucks’ pioneering automation work puts humans and safety at the centre.
7 March, 2018
The steady advance of vehicle automation enables exciting possibilities for the transport industry and society as a whole. And Volvo Trucks has been at the forefront of this evolution for well over two decades. A newly released two-part film presents the Volvo Trucks view... read more