Monthly Archives: February 2016


Prime Mover “Navman Wireless acquires Transtech business”

Navman Wireless Australia has acquired Melbourne-based Intelligent Access Program (IAP) provider, Transtech Driven, part of the Transtech Group.


Transport & Logistics News “Navman Wireless Australia buys Transtech”

Navman Wireless Australia Pty Ltd has acquired the business known as Transtech Driven which is located in Melbourne, Victoria.


Coffs Coast Advocate “Navman Wireless Australia acquires Transtech Driven”

NAVMAN Wireless Australia has acquired Transtech Driven.


Blackwater Herald “Navman buys Transtech Driven”

NAVMAN Wireless Australia has acquired Transtech Driven.


Northern Star “Navman buys Transtech Driven”

NAVMAN Wireless Australia has acquired Transtech Driven.


Scoop “Navman Wireless Australia acquires Transtech Driven”

Navman Wireless Australia acquires Transtech Driven to extend technology capability in Transport


MyInforms “Navman Wireless Australia acquires Transtech Driven”

Purchase advances Navman Wireless Australia’s transport suite with compliance solutions.


Big Rigs “Navman buys Transtech Driven”

NAVMAN Wireless Australia has acquired Transtech Driven.


Logistics & Materials Handling “Navman Wireless Australia acquires Transtech Driven to extend technology capability in transport”

Navman Wireless Australia Pty Ltd, has acquired the business known as Transtech Driven which is located in Melbourne, Victoria and which is owned by the Transtech group.


ATN/Trade Trucks “Navman Wireless acquires Transtech and TCA approval”

Navman Wireless has acquired rival fleet management solution provider Transtech Driven, part of the Transtech group of businesses, subsuming the Melbourne-based company into a business unit of its local arm.


Navman Wireless “Purchase advances Navman Wireless Australia’s transport suite with compliance solutions”

Navman Wireless Australia Pty Ltd, has acquired the business known as Transtech Driven which is located in Melbourne, Victoria.


Effectively managing fatigue risks with Sentinel

The exemption that spares drivers from keeping a logbook when working within 100km of their base under BFM or AFM in NSW has been extended. From the 7th of March 2016, drivers working under Basic Fatigue Management (BFM) or Advanced Fatigue Management (AFM) rule sets must carry and complete a fatigue work diary. This provides a more consistent national approach, bringing NSW into line with Queensland, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.