Australian logistics leader Border Express is investing $13 million in a Pick Up and Delivery (PUD) fleet upgrade that includes the addition of 78 new Fuso trucks. The initiative consists of 60 Shogun heavy duty trucks, 15 small Canters and three medium duty Fighters.
A Townsville-based lawn care business has highlighted the value of great customer service. CBK Mowing’s Tyrone Cashin sat down with Sean Colgrave at Daimler Trucks Townsville (RGM) to discuss building a custom truck that would improve the efficiency of his business.
Eurocold has taken delivery of its 100th Fuso truck. The Brisbane-based company builds industry-leading refrigerated equipment for sale or long-term rental, using the best trucks and refrigeration technology.
Martin’s Albury has added two new-generation Fuso Rosa buses to its diverse fleet. The premium transport provider was established in 1931 and has grown to feature a fleet of close to 70 coaches and buses.
Arrow Transport and Logistics recently looked to Europe, Japan and the United States for trucks to grow its fleet. Managing Director, Craig Webster, has long been a loyal Mercedes-Benz Trucks customer, but due to supply constraints, the brand was not able to deliver all the Actros units Arrow Transport and Logistics needed.
The Fuso Shogun 510 has been announced as a finalist for the inaugural Truck of the Year Australasia. Australia’s most powerful Japanese truck is one of four finalists of the award, which seeks to shine a spotlight on the excellence of the product-hauling freight on our highways.
ACFS Port Logistics has added 10 new Fuso Shogun prime movers to its fleet. The new models, which include six 460 Shoguns and four 510 Shoguns, join a large number of Mercedes-Benz Trucks Actros models in the ACFS stable.
Tamworth livestock hauler Mckyla Hull of JM Pastoral has hit the road in a new Fuso Fighter complete with a fresh stock crate. Mrs Hull selected a quality livestock crate from JM Welding, a company she owns with husband John.
Goldstar Transport has added the zero emission electric Fuso eCanter to its fleet. The Perth-based company, which employs 400 people and has a fleet of more than 150 trucks, took delivery of the eCanter at a ceremony today.