Deals On Wheels Australia Issue 465

For more than two decades Deals On Wheels has been Australia’s biggest-selling truck magazine. At a whopping 500+ pages per month, it is widely recognised as the ‘bible’ for those looking to buy and sell new and used trucks, trailers, parts and accessories and much more. Deals On Wheels for Zinio delivers the power of the printed page with the immediacy and convenience that comes from delivery on Zinio. Featuring all the same great content, deals and reviews as the print magazine, it is an essential tool for anyone looking to search, compare and buy or sell trucks, trailers and all things transport related.

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new chapter for truck buyers bible

Deals on Wheels’ May issue is not to be missed – with the special Brisbane Truck Show edition marking the launch of a repowered magazine topping 300 pages of pure trucking ‘porn’. Under the editorship of Mighty Machines TV co-host – and former Owner//Driver deputy editor – Cobey Bartels, each issue of the pimped-up magazine will crack the 300-page mark, including an extra 50–60 pages of the latest used trucks for sale plus 60–70 pages of cracking yarns on the coolest classic trucks, truck restoration projects, weekend show ‘n shine events and much more To mark the relaunch, an extra 5,000 copies of the magazine will be distributed at the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show from May 13–16. As Official Media Partner, Deals on Wheels – along with sister titles ATN and Owner//Driver…

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digital traffic and enquiries surge

Deals on Wheels’ digital platform, TradeTrucks.com.au, experienced a 48 per cent surge in average sessions (or visits) per day in March compared with the same month of 2019, new data reveals. The strong March result follows a robust performance in February (+13.1 per cent) and was driven by renewed investment in search engine marketing (SEM) as well as growth in social media and email traffic. Off the back of significant audience growth average enquiries per day on the 23,000+ trucks, trailers, and parts and accessories for sale were up an extraordinary 66 per cent year-on-year (YoY) in March and 5 per cent month-on-month (MoM). Year-to-date enquiries are up 27 per cent on TradeTrucks.com.au YoY – and an even more impressive 34 per cent on the wider transport network also comprising BusNews.com.au, Fullyloaded.com.au and…

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trailers slow to hook up buyers

Buyer enquiries on used trailers for sale on Australia’s leading truck and machinery classifieds network dipped 25.3 per cent in the first quarter of the New Year compared with the same period of 2020, new data reveals. Almost 1,900 trailers – from A-trailers to water tankers – are advertised for sale across the network comprising BusNews.com.au, Fullyloaded.com.au, OwnerDriver.com.au, TradeTrucks.com.au, TradeEarthmovers.com.au, TradeFarmMachinery.com.au and TradePlantEquipment.com.au. The decline was fuelled by less interest in key trailer types, including extendable (-100 per cent), pig (-80 per cent), dolly (-75 per cent), drop deck (-70.97 per cent), low loader (-64.29 per cent), pantech (-62.5 per cent), tanker (-55.56 per cent), flat deck (-40 per cent), B-double (-25 per cent), side tipper (-20 per cent), and tipper (-16.67 per cent) trailers. Bucking the downward trend, B-double curtainsider (+300 per…

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key trailer brands buck downward trend

Key trailers makes led by Northstar, CIMC, Steelbro, Kreuger and Maxitrans resisted the overall decline in buyer interest on used trailers for sale on Australia’s leading truck and machinery classifieds network in the first quarter of the New Year, new data reveals. Against the backdrop of a 25.4 per cent drop in enquiries on all trailer makes in the period, Hamelex White (+300 per cent), Northstar (+300 per cent), CIMC (+200 per cent), Steelbro (+200 per cent), Kreuger (+175 per cent), Maxitrans (+140 per cent), Maxi-Cube (+100 per cent), Freighter (+66.67 per cent), Barker (+50 per cent), Hercules (+33.33 per cent) and Moore Trailers (+25 per cent) all attracted more enquiries. Conversely, key brands to experience a decline in buyer interest in the period include Tieman (-100 per cent), Shephard (-100 per…

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shepparton dealer award winner

Paccar Parts Australia has announced Graham Thomson Motors Kenworth DAF Shepparton as the 2020 Paccar Parts Dealer of the Year. Paccar says the award recognises dealers over a range of areas, including sales growth, parts availability, participation in retail marketing activities, training and the support the dealer provides customers. Paccar Parts Australia senior regional sales manager David Stow presented the dealer of the year award to GTM Shepparton, handing over the prized award to the dealer principal Gerard Michel and the parts manager Corey Turvey. Paccar Parts Australia GM Damian Smethurst congratulates the dealership. “GTM Shepparton continues to offer its customers an outstanding aftermarket parts service,” he says. “The dealership showroom and warehouse is always well stocked with a huge range of Kenworth and DAF genuine parts as well as the full range of TRP…

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scania heralds new western sydney facility

Eastern Creek to become eighth company-owned sales and service centre Scania Australia is adding a second company-owned sales and service location in Sydney. The Swedish firm owns and operates its own sales and service locations in capital cities around the country and has just turned the first sod on its latest development in Wonderland Drive, Eastern Creek. Set to be operational later this year, Scania says the facility is to cope with the increasing demand for products and services in NSW over the past five-to-eight years, and to be able to accommodate the future growth. “The growing appeal of our New Truck Generation, the significant expansion of our contracted repair and maintenance agreements, and ever-increasing customer loyalty requires us to develop additional capacity to service a much larger number of Scania vehicles than ever…