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HEAVY TRUCK SALES MANAGER

Without doubt, this is one of the best Heavy Truck Sales Manager roles in Victoria... A job like this is lucky to come up once a decade, so don't miss this opportunity to apply!
HEAVY TRUCK SALES MANAGER

HALLAM TRUCK CENTRE

Hallam Truck Centre, is a leading multi-franchise new truck dealer, operating from modern facilities in Melbourne's eastern / SE suburbs. Part of the CMV Group, their portfolio of brands covers popular and strong selling American, European and Japanese trucks covering the light, medium and heavy duty sectors.

To succeed in this role you will need:

• a thorough knowledge of heavy trucks
• a proven background in a sales / marketing role
• previous success in selling high value items to the road transport industry

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Heavy Vehicle Truck Instructor

Wise driving school are seeking a HC, HR or MR heavy vehicle trainer/assessor.
Heavy Vehicle Truck Instructor

You must have at least heavy vehicle instructor licence and a certificate IV to work for a busy Sydney based well established driving school.

We are looking for someone with a good attitude towards anything motoring and people friendly personality.
You will need to be professional, flexible and reliable with good communication skills. Weekday or weekend only jobs available.

Your Background:
You may have a background in interstate truck driving, Transport and Logistics, or diesel mechanic who has or who wants a career change.

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Freighter’s Mining Trailer Growth

Freighter’s Mining Trailer Growth

Gary Rogers runs a lucrative operation out of Brisbane’s transport hub of Rocklea. “We operate a premium service,” Gary said. “When we deliver, we deliver freight with care and timeliness.” He’s recently won a contract for the Gladstone coal seam gas project (GLNG) to deliver large diameter steel pipes from Gladstone to Injune. The Rogers Transport fleet consists of 150 pieces of individual equipment and includes 50 prime movers. When he won the contract Gary decided to buy a new set of flat top semi-trailers and turned immediately to Freighter Maxi-CUBE Queensland.

Hino rates high with Rent WA

Hino rates high with Rent WA

The ease-of-use and reliability of Hino trucks has helped Perth-based vehicle hire company Rent WA grow its business while maintaining a core of satisfied repeat customers. And Rent WA has recently purchased three new Hinos to replace non-Hino trucks. The two new 300 Series 616 medium autos and the new 616 long crew auto have joined more than 100 other Hinos in a total fleet of about 300 trucks that Rent WA and its sister branch in Darwin, Rent NT, currently operate. “I've been in the truck rental business for 29 years, Rent WA owner Michael Lenderink said.

NatRoad Conference hears about heavy duty solution

Freighter’s Outback drop-deck semi which was auctioned at the 2012 NatRoad Conference Dinner Auction
NatRoad Conference hears about heavy duty solution

Freighter’s general manager Rod Cunningham addressed the recent 2012 NatRoad Conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast and discussed the issues facing the transport industry, as increasingly more operators field requests to transport equipment for the mining boom, and the need for purpose-built equipment for this sector. “There is an increasing amount of transport work coming from the mining industry with more growth on the way,” Rod Cunningham said.

QR National marks a silver milestone with LyondellBasell

QR National marks a silver milestone with LyondellBasell

QR National is celebrating a 25 year history with one of the world’s largest chemical companies, announcing the signing of a new contract today with LyondellBasell. General Manager of Intermodal Logistics Richard Spall says QR National has signed a new agreement to continue as the major freight contractor for LyondellBasell across all mainland states of Australia. “It is great news for us that we will continue as their provider of intermodal transport and logistics services for their product range across Australia”, he said.

NatRoad Conference hears about heavy duty solution

Freighter’s Outback drop-deck semi which was auctioned at the 2012 NatRoad Conference Dinner Auction.
NatRoad Conference hears about heavy duty solution

Freighter’s general manager Rod Cunningham addressed the recent 2012 NatRoad Conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast and discussed the issues facing the transport industry, as increasingly more operators field requests to transport equipment for the mining boom, and the need for purpose-built equipment for this sector. “There is an increasing amount of transport work coming from the mining industry with more growth on the way,” Rod Cunningham said.

QR National marks a silver milestone with LyondellBasell

QR National marks a silver milestone with LyondellBasell

QR National is celebrating a 25 year history with one of the world’s largest chemical companies, announcing the signing of a new contract today with LyondellBasell. General Manager of Intermodal Logistics Richard Spall says QR National has signed a new agreement to continue as the major freight contractor for LyondellBasell across all mainland states of Australia. “It is great news for us that we will continue as their provider of intermodal transport and logistics services for their product range across Australia”, he said.

Freighter’s Mining Trailer Growth

Freighter’s Mining Trailer Growth

Gary Rogers runs a lucrative operation out of Brisbane’s transport hub of Rocklea. “We operate a premium service,” Gary said. “When we deliver, we deliver freight with care and timeliness.” He’s recently won a contract for the Gladstone coal seam gas project (GLNG) to deliver large diameter steel pipes from Gladstone to Injune. The Rogers Transport fleet consists of 150 pieces of individual equipment and includes 50 prime movers. When he won the contract Gary decided to buy a new set of flat top semi-trailers and turned immediately to Freighter Maxi-CUBE Queensland.

High Tech Railway Crossing Safety Device Unveiled

Russell Murray (left) of Australasian Railway Consultancy Services and Jason Livingston (right) of QR National network asset manager with the safety device in action.
High Tech Railway Crossing Safety Device Unveiled

QR National has unveiled an innovative new safety device which could help protect truck drivers from death or serious injury by preventing them from striking the 25,000 volt power lines at central Queensland rail crossings. “These power lines carry 25,000 volts and can be deadly,” QR National’s Vice President Network Operations Clay McDonald said. “We’re pleading with truck drivers to take the greatest care at level crossings, especially when they have a heavy vehicle carrying a high load or a vehicle with a high aerial.

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