Broad range of OEMs confirmed for Melbourne Truck Show

Organisers of the International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show (ITTES) have revealed that high-profile trailer builders Pumpa Engineering, Max Tankers, Marshall Lethlean, Panus Oceania and Australian Trailer Manufacturers (ATM) have been added to the Show’s expanding exhibitor list. According to Show Director, Simon Coburn, the latest trailer builders to join the packed Melbourne Showgrounds are

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UK company to use Melbourne Show for Australian expansion

UK-based tyre sealant producer Air-Seal Products has announced it will be using the upcoming International Truck, Trailer and Equipment show in Melbourne to launch its business expansion in Australia. Established in 2000, the family business specialises in NATO-approved tyre sealants that are already used in over 30 different countries and will be exhibiting at the

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Cleanaway to showcase at 2016 Melbourne Truck Show

Cleanaway, one of Australia’s leading waste management and recycling companies, has announced that it will be a part of the first-ever Waste Management In Action show, part of the 2016 edition of the International Truck Trailer & Equipment Show (ITTES) from 5-7 May. After many years providing services as Transpacific and Cleanaway, the company has

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KS Environmental’s expo plans

KS Environmental is planning to showcase its extensive range of expertise and services when it takes part in the Waste Management In Action expo in May. The Australian-owned and operated company provides a broad range of waste management solutions to clients across the greater Melbourne region. “We’re taking the opportunity to exhibit at the upcoming

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Stabilcorp gearing up for Roads & Civil Works Expo

Roads & Civil Works Expo exhibitor Stabilcorp is using the inaugural event as an opportunity to showcase its award-winning ShoulderMaster as well as its latest road maintenance technology. The ShoulderMaster cutting-edge road widening and repair machine tackles dangerous narrow road and crumbling edges. Attendees to the Roads & Civil Works Expo in May, run in

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Melbourne Truck Show tickets now on sale

Tickets for the 2016 edition of the International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show (ITTES) in Melbourne are on sale now. The Show – to be held in conjunction with the newly developed Road & Civil Works Expo as well as Waste Management in Action – will take over the Melbourne Showgrounds from 5-7 May and

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Hype around Melbourne Leaders Summit growing

Australia’s only international transport industry leadership event – the Global Heavy Vehicle Leadership Summit – is rapidly taking shape, according to the Australian Road Transport Suppliers’ Association (ARTSA). With only two months to go, tickets for the landmark event in Melbourne – again presented by Foundation Sponsors BP – are selling fast, according to the

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TDT Training gets behind ITTES 2016

Victorian training provider, TDT Training Australia, has confirmed it will have a stand inside the Education and Careers Pavilion at the 2016 edition of the International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show. “Our presence at the Melbourne Truck Show will be about promoting our Australia-wide services and helping people to understand that TDT can be a

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Hiab World Crane Championship qualification rounds at ITTES

The 2016 edition of the International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show (ITTES) in Melbourne will play host to the qualification rounds of the second annual Hiab World Crane Championship. ITTES organisers and Hiab Australia have confirmed that the qualifying rounds will take place on Saturday, 7 May, on the Live Test Track at the Melbourne

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Volvo Group confirmed for Melbourne Truck Show

John Murphy, Chairman of the International Truck, Trailer & Equipment Show (ITTES) Organising Committee, has issued a statement saying a “dramatic change in exhibitor dynamics” will make for a new and improved experience at the iconic event. “Due to overwhelming demand for space this year, the Melbourne Truck Show has evolved into a more dynamic

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