Custom Kenworth T909

Way down a muddy dirt road on the wild west coast of Tasmania is the last place you’d expect to see glistening chrome and polished stainless steel reflecting from a T909 grill. But Adrian Cassidy is a workin’ man, and so is his immaculate 9OH and Lusty 4×4 deck widener.  The bright flashing amber LED…

Four Australian teams in Volvo International Service Training Finals

Volvo International Service Training Award (VISTA) is an international competition open to all Service Market professionals within the Volvo Trucks and Volvo Buses’ global service network. Currently, it is the world’s largest competition for Service Market personnel. This year, 84 teams from Australia and 22 from New Zealand signed up to enter VISTA. Teams competed in…

Fuso 510 Shogun Review

Ken Blanch Transport has added a Fuso Shogun 510 to its Taree-based fleet. The Shogun joins a Freightliner Cascadia and Mercedes-Benz Actros as the latest models provided by local Daimler Truck dealer, Mavin Truck Centre. The business owner, Ken Blanch, sought a truck that could haul bricks and steel around the region, but also go…

Kenworth K220 Breakdown

Kenworth K220 Breakdown – Whats new and Whats not. Kenworth unveiled its next level cabover, the K220, on Friday June 3rd in Brisbane to a crowd of 500 dealers, customers, and industry partners. Director Sales and Marketing, Brad May says “The K220 celebrates Australian ingenuity to engineer a uniquely Australian product to optimise the capability…

The Evolution of the Cabover

In the ever-increasing multi-combination market Kenworth’s Cabover is the unquestionable industry leader. What has made Kenworth’s COE the preferred choice with many leading fleets for decades? It’s task we gave Howard Shanks and the story begins at  Kenworth’s Bayswater factory in Melbourne, Victoria. With the introduction of multi combination vehicles in one form or another…