Cummins and International show long-term commitment to the local market.
Apollo Tyres South Africa found Truck Test 2013 very exciting as it afforded the company ample opportunities to network with major vehicle manufacturers – one of many advantages. However, the company’s Dunlop Transteel range has advantages of its own and a surprise in store.
Ctrack supplied equipment for Truck Test 2013 to assist with the monitoring and recording of operating times of all the vehicles that participated. FOCUS speaks to Eugene van Niekerk, new business development manager for Ctrack Fleet Management SA, to find out more.
Engen was excited by the move to eight tonners for Truck Test 2013, as a large number of its customers form part of this market segment. But this isn’t the only reason the company joined the Truck Test bandwagon once again.
With fossil fuels likely to be around for the foreseeable future, and the quality of fuels not as good as it should be, UD Trucks is committed to providing the appropriate technology for operators in Africa.
An important feature of Truck Test 2013 is the option to run standard and aerodynamically modified vehicles side by side. GAVIN MYERS spoke to Cameron Dudley-Owen of Aero Truck about his involvement.
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