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13/11/2018

Have your say in the 2018 Transport Engineer readers' survey

Readers are invited to take a survey to gain a chance to win £100 in Amazon vouchers.

The Transport Engineer 2018 survey will inform a number of future initiatives from the professional engineering institution the Society of Operations Engineers. Those initiatives are being driven by developments in technology, changes to CPD requirements and its ...
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13/11/2018

Sparks in 20-trailer deal

Glastonbury-based Sparks Transport has added another 20 curtainsider ...
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13/11/2018

Group action on truck pricing

Law firm Edwin Coe has filed a group action seeking damages for businesses ...
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13/11/2018

McBurney rolls with Freeway

The McBurney Transport Group is managing its 1,400-strong truck and ...
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12/11/2018

New ADL bus for Lothian

Bus operator Lothian has taken delivery of the first of a 42-vehicle order ...
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12/11/2018

Romac buys into Asset offer

New chilled and ambient logistics provider Romac Logistics has set up a ...
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12/11/2018

Hexagon buys out Agility

Hexagon Composites has signed an agreement to acquire the remaining 50% of ...
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09/11/2018

TfL dials in with 90-bus order

Transport for London has placed an order with Mellor for 90 Tucana II ...
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09/11/2018

FORS training update

The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is introducing new mandatory ...
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Features
05/11/2018

Blue-flame trucks

Gas-powered engines are hardly new – some of the very first internal combustion engines were gas-fuelled – but it is only now, with emissions all-important, that natural gas is becoming a viable alternative to diesel power. But what technology will these engines use, and are they likely to take over soon, asks Toby Clark

The main reason for ...
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05/11/2018

Gas supply options for trucks

The popularity of gas trucks is increasing along with an extending network for refuelling them, reports Chris Tindall
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05/11/2018

Howard Seymour's introduction

"Having introduced the Society of Operations Engineers’ 2025 Vision a year ago, I can report today at the 2018 IRTE conference that we are well on the way to delivering it.
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05/11/2018

UPS advises on green transport

Conference delegates at the 2018 IRTE conference heard from UPS director of sustainability Peter Harris, who described how the parcel delivery business deals with environmental pressures. Steve Banner reports
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