The truck dispatch service is dead as of 2017

By Mark Stevens The truck-delivery service has been around for about 20 years.

It was the brainchild of Peter Tait, the former chairman of the New South Wales Department of Transport, who had previously designed a system for delivery trucks.

Today, it is largely automated and largely staffed by automated drivers who deliver a package from one of two major operators.

The former truck dispatcher service operator is now the owner of a new truck dispatch company, which is based in a suburb of Melbourne.

Its primary job is to drive trucks from one point to another on a single truck route.

It is not the first truck dispatch system to be rolled out in Australia, but the first to use the automated system developed by New Zealand’s New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA).

The new system uses the same automated technology, but it is not yet licensed for commercial operations.

A number of companies have already applied to be licensed to use it.

The NZTA’s system is licensed by the New Zealand Information Technology Agency (nztea).

A system that can operate without an operator is not a standard technology, because it requires a human operator to ensure safety and speed.

The Auckland-based company, Truck Stop Services (TSS), has also applied to get a licence to operate its automated system.

TSS’s chief executive officer, Michael Taylor, told the ABC he hopes to eventually have a commercial operation of its system in Australia by the end of the year.

The company is based at a warehouse on a busy street in the city of Auckland, which also hosts the world’s largest truck-truck-deliver service centre, TMS, which can handle hundreds of thousands of vehicles a day.

TSS’s system was designed to be efficient, but is not intended to be as fast as other systems.

The truck service company says it has been able to reduce the number of times it has to wait to deliver a shipment by 20 per cent over the past five years, which has allowed it to reduce costs.

But, in order to achieve the 20 per% reduction, it has had to increase the number and type of trucks it uses, which makes it more expensive.

The cost of a delivery, the company says, has increased by about $6,000 since the new system was introduced.

TCS says the cost savings it has seen in the past year were offset by the increased number of truck trips required to deliver its service.

This is the first time in the company’s 40-year history that the company has offered a fully automated system for delivering truck services, but in 2017 it has become the first company to do so.

TBS, a logistics firm based in the northern city of Alice Springs, has also made the transition to its automated delivery system.

This means it has begun testing its truck delivery service system.

The system is operated from a warehouse in Alice Springs.

It uses a computer-controlled robot to deliver packages.

“The technology is not so advanced, it’s not quite there yet,” says chief operating officer Michael Schoebelen.

“But it’s the first of its kind in Australia.”

Schoemelen says the system can deliver packages to a wide range of addresses, including schools, churches, businesses, government buildings, and sporting events.

TMS says it uses its own trucks and is able to deliver parcels to the homes of customers.

“We are the only one in the industry to deliver this way,” TBS CEO Michael Schoeppel said.

Schoeppels wife, Gail, who is also a truck dispatcher, says the change is good for the industry. “

Our goal is to be able to offer it to the wider community and have it be easy for customers to use.”

Schoeppels wife, Gail, who is also a truck dispatcher, says the change is good for the industry.

“I think it will be good for businesses as well as the communities,” she said.

TSB, which runs the service from a different warehouse in Auckland, has not announced a specific date when it expects to offer its new system.

It says it will not announce a pricing model, because the costs of operating the system will be borne by customers.

But it will make a decision on pricing by the middle of 2018.

The move to a fully-automated delivery system comes as TBS is being watched closely by its competition.

The New Zealand Department of Agriculture has begun a formal competition for the delivery of its parcel delivery services.

The government says the delivery service could reduce the cost of delivery by up to 50 per cent, with an estimated savings of $1 billion a year.

In February, New Zealand Post announced it would be opening its delivery network to the private sector.

The Post also says it is looking at how to increase its delivery efficiency.

The Government of New Zealand says it does not have plans to launch a new delivery system for some time.

However, it says the public service could be considered in the future, when it would have a better