TRUCKtalk magazine all the rage with local truck drivers.TYLA HARRINGTON September 3, 2014 10:00am
Owner-driver with Deniliquin Freighters Ron Keating with his 2013 Western Star 4900 FXT takes delivery of the TRUCKtalk magazine, which was published by Deniliquin Newspaper Pty Ltd.
Owner-driver with Deniliquin Freighters Ron Keating (pictured) couldn’t wait to get his hands on the newly released TRUCKtalk magazine, which is inserted in today’s Pastoral Times.
An industry initiative, the 32-page full colour magazine offers an insight into the truck industry — the highs, the lows, the regulations and the people.
The release of the highly anticipated magazine coincides with Truck Week this week.
Deniliquin, along with the rest of the Southern Riverina, is known as a hub for the trucking industry.
Not only is it home to some of the most revered trucking companies in the state, and even the nation, it’s one of the main thoroughfares to the north.
Mr Keating has been a truck driver for about 40 years, and was extremely impressed with the magazine.
He understands the trucking industry is a vital part of every process of Australian life, and the drivers are the cornerstone of the nation’s economy.
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