Truck & Bus magazine is South Africa’s longest standing specialist publication serving the transport industry. Launched in 1980 by Justin Haler the objective was – and remains – to offer South African readers in-depth coverage of the truck and bus industries, while providing relevant, pertinent and reliable transport information.

Targeted squarely at the transport operator and fleet owner, Truck & Bus is the leader in its field with an ABC (audited) circulation of 4662 and a monthly readership that tops 20 000.

The Truck & Bus team includes some of the most experienced writers in the industry, whose insightful comments and forthright views help to keep the reader abreast of the latest trends, developments and new model releases in this fast-paced industry.

Titan Publications also produces Who’s Who in Trucks & Buses, an annual in-depth overview of trends, developments, manufacturers and organisations shaping the transport industry. The annual is widely regarded as a valuable reference work.

In addition, Titan publishes a quarterly supplement – SABOA BUS – on behalf of the Southern African Bus Operators’ Association. SABOA has played a key role in facilitating the transformation of South Africa’s bus sector and offers valuable support to bus operators. Titan has published SABOA BUS for 20 years.

In line with the growing swing to online media, the website www.truckandbus.co.za is a crucial element in Titan Publications’ strategy, generating impressive readership statistics. The site is updated regularly with news from manufacturers and operators, complementing the in-depth perspective that the print publication offers.

Completing the Titan Publications portfolio is the Truck & Bus Aftermarket Guide, published bi-annually in April and August, showcasing aftermarket vendors and their products and solutions.

The views of bus and coach expert Rollo Dickson are available in print and online: his popular historic series has moved online, complementing his take on the modern bus and coach scene in the monthly publication.

The print publication and website continue to offer valuable support to readers by addressing a broad spectrum of topical issues.