New Generation Mitsubishi Pedestrian Stacker Truck

Compact, easy to use and highly versatile, the new Mitsubishi AXIA ES Pedestrian Stacker has been developed to deliver exceptional productivity in every setting.

Visit Nichiyu Forklifts’ New Website for Special Online Offers and Savings

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Nichiyu Forklifts has launched a new website packed full of special online offers, including pallet jacks from just $299*!

Whether you are looking to rent or buy forklifts, reach or pallet trucks, Nichiyu will have a lift truck to suit your needs. Nichiy

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Truckers welcome speed reforms, reject IAP

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Australia

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Truckers demand speeding laws

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The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has called on the state and territory governments to implement stronger speeding laws in conjunction with the fatigue management reforms in September, rather than delaying their implementation.

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QLD Police focuses on truck drivers

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Queensland South Eastern Region police “continue to be amazed that some heavy vehicle drivers take risks behind the wheel”.

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Urban congestion: the problem is cars, not trucks

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The congestion in Australia’s cities is mainly due to motorists in their cars, not truckies in their cabs, the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, Anthony Albanese, told Parliament.

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Environment drives truckers

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Environment drives truckers

The biofuels arm of the Victor Smorgon Group, is making inroads into the Australian trucking sector.

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Diesel tax rebates under attack?

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The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has used its pre-Budget submission to the Australian Government to defend the fuel tax credit system, which saves trucking operators 18.51 cents per litre on their fuel costs.

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Solutions to slow speeding trucks

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‘Chain of Responsibility’ laws to target the cause of heavy vehicle speeding have been approved unanimously by the Australian Transport Council. National Transport Commission (NTC) chief executive Nick Dimopoulos said the focus of the new laws is on the underlying cause of heavy vehicle speeding. Off-road parties in the logistics chain must take “reasonable steps” […]

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Black Belt cuts truck queues

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Black Belt cuts truck queues

Pilot delivers impressive results in cutting truck queuing times.

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