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News
21/07/2017

Mercedes Actros delivers on safety and value for Woodside

Vehicle transporter Woodside Motorfreight has taken delivery of a Mercedes-Benz Actros, declaring the flagship vehicle to be “the pride of the fleet”.

Supplied by dealer MBNI Truck & Van, the Co Antrim operator’s new addition is an 18-tonne Actros drawbar unit specified with the Safety Pack bundle of features.These include Active Brake Assist 3, ...
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21/07/2017

TDW deploys Freeway software

South Wales operator TDW Distribution has deployed technology from Freeway ...
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21/07/2017

Earned Recognition for Chevin

Chevin Fleet Solutions has announced that its FleetWave software will be ...
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20/07/2017

Renault Range T for moving van

Driver comfort and safety comes first for Staines-based Euro UK Moves ...
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20/07/2017

O’Donovan's LoCity driving day

O’Donovan Waste Disposal, the London independent waste management company, ...
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20/07/2017

RCV maker keeps engineers safe

Vehicle manufacturer Dennis Eagle is using the StaySafe app to monitor and ...
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20/07/2017

LED warning for cyclists

Sentinel Systems has unveiled a new LED warning light as an addition to ...
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20/07/2017

Scania top choice for LinkLine

Wellingborough-based haulier LinkLine has taken delivery of four ...
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19/07/2017

Carrier cool chain guidance

Given the amount of updates to European legislation affecting the ...
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Features
03/07/2017

King concern

Fifth wheel systems that engage the trailer kingpin, as well as drawbar couplings, are simple mechanical connections. They require basic maintenance and training to use safely, but additional equipment offers extra protection. Steve Banner reports on how to maintain, specify and operate them

Too many workshop employees seem to think that the best ...
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03/07/2017

Shop solutions

Workshops may be caught between a company’s need to economise, its needs for vehicle reliability and the requirement for safety. A number of industry schemes can help, reports Peter Shakespeare
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03/07/2017

Legal update

This page is brought to you by specialist transport law firm Backhouse Jones
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03/07/2017

Introduction to cyber-security

According to the police, the typical transport and logistics business presents the ideal target profile for the cyber-criminal. Peter Shakespeare reports
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