Power Torque's Key Sponsor and Logistics Partner

Power Torque, a leading automotive publication, has announced a new partnership with a major logistics provider to enhance the company's regional presence in Western Australia and Queensland. This partnership will enable Power Torque to stock a large range of parts for local fleets, who often service or refurbish multiple trailers at a time.

The logistics partner, which has experience in order fulfillment and returns management, will play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth, safe, and efficient movement of goods. They will also help reduce transportation, storage, and handling costs, as well as enhance customer satisfaction.

This partnership comes as Power Torque continues to expand its reach and influence in the automotive industry. By collaborating with a reputable logistics provider, the company aims to strengthen its position as a key player in the regional automotive market.

In addition to this partnership, Power Torque has also been a longstanding member of the Torc Autonomous Advisory Council (TAAC), a council comprised of key freight industry players who provide strategic guidance to Torc. This includes Schneider, C.R. England, Penske, Ryder, and other industry leaders, as well as Torc's majority stakeholder, Daimler Truck AG.

This new partnership with the logistics provider demonstrates Power Torque's commitment to improving its supply chain and logistics capabilities, ensuring the success of its business in the competitive automotive market.

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