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How fuel cards work, and how they can help reduce fuel expenses

For businesses with a single company car, all the way up to those managing a fleet of vehicles, the cost of fuel can be a significant expense. Accounting for these costs can be time-consuming and difficult to track in detail. Companies in the agriculture, transport, construction and resource industries can use large amounts of fuel […]

How a bulk fuel solution can save you money

Fuel costs can be a significant and unpredictable expense for many industries. About three quarters of fuel sold in Australia is to commercial and industrial customers. From agribusiness to civil engineering, to transport, aviation, and marine enterprise – finding a reliable bulk fuel solution can be the key to saving money and making the most […]

Diesel or Petrol: which is right for your boat?

So you’ve decided to buy a boat. Whilst you have a lot of decisions to make that will impact your time on the water, few are as important as whether you’ll go with a diesel or petrol engine. Decades ago the choice was easier – the difference was far more pronounced– but nowadays the two […]

Fuelling Solutions, Marine|

A few tips to increase your boat’s fuel efficiency

It’s fair to say boats aren’t exactly the most fuel-efficient vehicles around. But there are a few things you can do to make your time on the water a lot cheaper.
Proper Hull care
One thing to keep in mind is the condition of the bottom of your boat. A smooth, clean hull will do wonders for efficiency. […]

Fuel Industry, Marine|

Australian wool prices benefit from international demand

Surging international demand has seen Australian wool skyrocket to prices not seen in years.

Victorian Farmer Tom Spielvogel said he has been fetching up to $50 a kilo.

“I have sold a few bales recently at very good prices – $40 and $50 a kilo – they’ve been the ultra fine ones, the 13 and 14s”, he […]

Areas We Service, Farming|

Inboard or outboard: which motor is right for your boat?

If you’re in the market for a new boat, especially if you are a first time buyer, you’ve probably been confronted with the decision between an inboard or an outboard motor. This article will hopefully give you some insights into just what each option offers. […]


Young people in agriculture and what they think is important

At the current time, the average age of an Australian farmer is 58 years old. As Australia’s farming population begins to age, there appears to be a deficit in the number of youth stepping in to fill the gaps.


Since the 1980’s, the population of Australian famers has gone down by 40%, leading many to wonder […]


Five ways to ensure the safety of yourself and your crew

One of the most important things for having a safe day on the water, especially if you are taking guests, is preparation. These five tips will ensure that everyone understands what to do when something goes wrong and that you have the right equipment to deal with a problem.
Create a Float Plan
Although a lot of […]


Australia Set for Record Harvest

Ending the year on a high, the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) has released its forecast for the season and it shows Australia is on track to record its largest grain harvest ever.

The revelation comes at the end of a year which ABARES has described as being generally favourable to […]


7 things to consider when buying a boat

If you are in the market for a boat, you may be a bit overwhelmed by the sheer amount of things to consider. Luckily for you this article is here to reveal a few details that you definitely don’t want to miss.

Type of Boat

Although you probably already have something in mind, you should spend […]