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News
18/04/2019

Carrier Transicold aims high with Vector HE 19 launch

Carrier Transicold’s will launch its next-generation temperature-controlled trailer system the Vector HE 19 at the Commercial Vehicle Show (NEC; 30 April to 2 May).

So called for its high efficiency (HE), the new system promises lower fuel consumption of up to 30%, delivers a 10% saving in weight, cuts noise by 3 dB(A) and offers up to 15% ...
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18/04/2019

Merridale FuelWorks solution

Fuel management business Merridale will be demonstrating FuelWorks, its ...
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18/04/2019

VWS goes Live at CV Show

Vehicle Weighing Solutions (VWS) is launching VWS Live, billed as a smart ...
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17/04/2019

Axtec weighs in at CV Show

Axtec will unveil the next generation of its OnBoard Axle Load Indicator ...
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17/04/2019

Orbcomm solutions at CV Show

Orbcomm has announced it will be showcasing a range of new technologies at ...
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17/04/2019

BPW lifts lid on Eco Air

Commercial vehicle running gear business BPW will be launching its latest ...
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16/04/2019

Fridge van conversion at NEC

Vehicle converter CoolKit will be exhibiting a VW Crafter refrigerated ...
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16/04/2019

New report from Asset Alliance

Asset Alliance Group is to publish its second annual report into the ...
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16/04/2019

FleetCheck upgrades driver app

FleetCheck is unveiling an new version of its Vehicle Inspection app at ...
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Features
08/04/2019

Workshop: draining resources

Pits and lanes can both accommodate systems to safely collect used vehicle oils drained out of the vehicle sump, reports Richard Simpson

Used oils are an inevitable product of workshop activity. They are also potentially harmful to the health of workers who handle them; the consequences range from skin irritation to cancer in humans, and ...
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08/04/2019

Air quality health and safety

Following an update last year, workshops must meet more stringent air quality standards, or risk prosecution, says Kevin Swallow
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08/04/2019

Further hope for hydrogen

Once a lot of the fears surrounding fuel cell buses had been dispelled, they entered into a period of quiet acceptance with small-scale trials. Now, however, there is a new EU project that could propel them back into the limelight. ...
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08/04/2019

Greening the fleet

Run non-compliant vehicles and need to operate in an ultra low emissions or clean air zone? The aftermarket may have some answers, but only really for the passenger and municipal sector, reports Richard Simpson
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