The Toll Group has underlined its strong commitment to ensuring safe and fair working standards for all its employees across its 1,200 sites in 50 countries, by signing a unique agreement with the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and its affiliated unions.
Apr 26 - "The Government’s announcement of a fully-funded $28 billion ten year programme for Auckland is very welcome, but to reduce congestion beyond today’s levels road pricing and improved alignment of housing and employment with transport is required," says Stephen Selwood CEO of Infrastructure NZ.
Apr 26 - A $28 billion transport programme has been unveiled for Auckland in what's been described by the Government and Auckland Mayor Phil Goff as the country's largest ever civil construction programme.
Hyundai-Kia America have announced an important development for the future of electric vehicles with the successful trial of a working wireless fast-charging system writes By David Kavermann for Driven.
Apr 16 - New Zealand's government needs to get some tangible wins with its national transport strategy in building a more efficient, resilient and sustainable freight network to avoid returning to an uncoordinated policy, says Mainfreight chief executive Don Braid
Apr 12 - Lyttelton Port has today received a further notice of strike action for 26 April to 29 April by the Rail and Maritime Transport Union (RMTU) for approximately 11 Marine staff. Strike action by this small group will close the Port.
Apr 11 - The New Zealand freight forwarder, TIL Logistics Ltd, which has its headquarters in New Plymouth, uses the 36 new MAN TGS Euro 5 models with M cab and MAN TGX models with XL cab for a range of different tasks.