K Trans

When KTrans WA landed a linehaul contract for the Perth-to-Pilbara return run they were after a truck that offered driver comfort, reliability and fuel efficiency. The Mack Super-Liner ticked the boxes and the company added three to become a new member of the Mack family.


Could a truck-driving apprenticeship be a solution to the looming driver shortage in Australia, and lead to better safety on our roads? The Leocata brothers think so.

Sullivan Logistics

Tim Sullivan’s willingness to cart everything from Weston’s Wagon Wheels to live emus across Western Australia for the last 30 years has meant steep growth for Sullivan Logistics.

Fulton Hogan

Pulling a load up the steep hills out of Central Otago on New Zealand’s South Island towards Queenstown requires power – and more than a little patience to deal with the throngs of tourists.

Boss Logging

Boss Logging has worked the high country of Victoria for thirteen years, and Mack’s been a part of the journey from the beginning.

Blinco Transport

When you’re running Brisbane-Darwin on a regular basis, every drop of fuel your Super-Liner saves goes straight to your bottom line.

Cardross Mining

The Cardross Mining fleet mostly carries magnetite from Ravenshoe to Innisfail, but one truck has a very different type of load.

D&S Smith Haulage

D&S Smith Haulage carry a wide range of goods all over the southern half of Australia. After decades using European-style trucks, David Smith tried a Super-Liner.

Cochrane Cartage

With the trucks on the road 24 hours per day, running on a two-up driving system the Mack Super-Liner gives Cochrane's team the reliability and comfort they need.

Garden Grove

Garden Grove are a major supplier of landscape products in South Australia, and haul bulk products all over the south-east. Alicia Delloro explains why they use Macks.

GTS Logistics

Giants of food logistics, GTS Freight, recently trialled their first Mack in 15 years.
The new Super-Liner made a great impression.


Hoyhaul reap the benefits of their new Macks on the long haul between Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Menefy Trucking

Bryan Menefy has been operating Macks across New Zealand for 17 years, hauling loads of every kind and dimension. He’s also got six in his shed he’s restoring.

Quinn Transport

In their forty years of operation, Quinn Transport never had a Mack … until they had real trouble with the engines in their other trucks.

Shaws Livestock

Don Shaw has been transporting cattle in Queensland for fifteen years. Recently he started driving a Mack Super-Liner with mDRIVE and he loves it.

TJS Transport

“Its reliability has been faultless. We have an in-house mechanic who’s been doing its regular servicing every 20,000km. Not a single thing wrong,”

Straw Jones Livestock

Straw Jones Transport haul cattle in road trains and B-doubles from farms all over Queensland. It’s hard work that needs tough trucks, in this case Macks.