The South African truck market showed ongoing resilience despite recent political and economic events. However, the effect of the rating agency, Standard and Poor, and possible other’s downgrade
FAW tippers are up to the task
Dust, dirt, loose sand and corrugated roads are ‘all in a day’s work’ for the fleet of FAW 28.280FD 6X4 tippers operating
Bell Equipment has strategically aligned itself with other major global manufacturers to expand its product range.
Over the past six to eight years Bell Equipment has strategically aligned itself
The construction industry, one million jobs and R267 billion
The construction industry plays a crucial role in the South African economy, providing more than one million jobs and generating
AFRIT is one of the most respected and innovative trailer manufacturers in Africa, and is highly regarded by many customers operating in the transport industry. While the company
The roll-out of cleaner diesel fuel in South Africa, continues to drag, originally the target was 2017
The roll-out of cleaner diesel fuel in South Africa, which will permit
Truck operators should carefully select suspension components.
Truck owners usually switch to polyurethane bushing and components exactly to avoid damaging trailers and becoming stranded, says Fred Evans, suspension expert
For one industry the depressed exchange rate of the Rand may be good, for another it’s bad
Isuzu Truck South Africa's chief operating officer Craig Uren has offered a
FAW Vehicle Manufacturers SA has further cemented its manufacturing footprint in South Africa and set for local and export growth.
A mere six months after opening its Coega-based assembly
MAN Truck & Bus SA has converted its Pinetown assembly plant to solar power, the first to do so in the industry. The complete truck and bus-chassis assembly