Steel construction product supplier Stramit and its freight partner Glen Cameron Group have purchased a new Freightliner Cascadia 116 to hit the highway.
Freightliner in the US has unveiled the new eCascadia at the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo currently underway in Long Beach, California.
The recent announcement from the Australian government that advanced emergency braking system (AEBS) for 3.5 tonne and up busses would have to come standard has been welcomed by Daimler Trucks Australia.
Daimler Truck and Bus Australia has welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement that Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEBS) for 3.5-tonne plus trucks and buses will be mandated locally.
Impressed with the blue 126 Cascadia he purchased in late 2019, grain and fertiliser hauler Mark Rix has ordered two more.
Queensland-based Reid Removals are proud to be entrusted with the worldly goods of the many families they assist with services across the east coast of Australia.
Helping Freightliner rack up 500,000 kilometres in the early R&D phase of the Freightliner Cascadia convinced Maktrans owner Rob Hannemann to buy one.
Jerilderie-based Hamilton Contracting says its Freightliner Cascadia has passed the harvest-season test with flying colours.
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