Category:Featured April 2012

Milling about in the most high-tech way
April 1, 2012

Milling about in the most high-tech way

Farming is one of the oldest professions, but the development of agricultural machinery has made the job title of “farmer” a rarity. JACO DE...

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All systems go for controversial tolls?
April 1, 2012

All systems go for controversial tolls?

When it’s frowns and fists rather than vuvuzelas and brightly-painted faces that are uniting us, you have to wonder how the controversial e-tolling system...

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Taking charge of one’s fleet
April 1, 2012

Taking charge of one’s fleet

Stopping a high-speed truck thousands of kilometres away may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie – but technological advances enable fleet managers...

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The ‘apply’ chain
April 1, 2012

The ‘apply’ chain

People would be miserable and economies would suffer if it were not for the modern-day supply chain. DANIELLE DU TOIT looks at international trends...

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Certainly not tyre(d) of tyres!
April 1, 2012

Certainly not tyre(d) of tyres!

Tyrexpo Africa, the African continent’s only dedicated tyre, wheel and accessory show, opened its doors on March 6, 2012 – reporting increased visitor attendance,...

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Truck Test 2012
April 1, 2012

Thunderbirds are almost a go!

Truck Test 2012 is going to be fascinating for so many reasons particularly since it will provide data on the actual real-life performance of...

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Scania looks to score
April 1, 2012

Scania looks to score

With two impressive vehicles taking part in Truck Test 2012, Scania is planning to show the industry what’s what.

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Trailers to be put to the test too
April 1, 2012

Trailers to be put to the test too

Recognising Truck Test 2012 as the perfect opportunity to illustrate the depth of its product line-up, Afrit – one of South Africa’s leading trailer...

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Quon-tifying change
April 1, 2012

Quon-tifying change

UD Trucks has launched the new-generation Quon extra-heavy commercial vehicle range amid its celebration of 50 years in South Africa. As a present to...

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Dying to learn?
April 1, 2012

Dying to learn?

DANIELLE DU TOIT investigates the transport systems available for scholar transport – or, rather, the lack thereof

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