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News
22/02/2017

Iveco takes top honours for Daily Euro 6 range

Iveco has taken top spot in the best light truck category at the 2017 Fleet World Honours for its Daily Euro 6 light commercial vehicle range, with judges describing the line-up as “simply unequalled”.

It is the second year running that the Daily has won the prize at the awards hosted by Van Fleet World magazine.Dan Gilkes, Van Fleet World ...
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21/02/2017

World-first at CV Show

The world’s first fully low-floor electric minibus will be unveiled in ...
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21/02/2017

Hanson at home with Renault

Hanson European Caravan Transport has expanded its all-Renault fleet with ...
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21/02/2017

Conti YardReader at CV Show

Continental Tyres says it will use the upcoming CV Show (25—27 April 2017, ...
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21/02/2017

AA orders 158 VW Transporters

Vehicle recovery giant The AA has ordered a further 158 VW Transporters – ...
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21/02/2017

UK second for congestion

The UK is now the second most congested country in the world behind China, ...
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21/02/2017

Praise for Loadmac forklifts

Midlands-based builders’ merchant AW Lumb added two Loadmac 825iSR ...
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21/02/2017

Don't blame HGVs, says RHA

The Road Haulage Association has leapt to the defence of UK hauliers, ...
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20/02/2017

UKCM turns to Volvo Trucks

UK Container Maintenance (UKCM) has taken delivery of another five Volvo ...
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Features
06/02/2017

Sound approach

Tomorrow’s delivery trucks will have to be safer, greener and quieter, too. But how do you create a noise standard when there are so many sounds in and around a truck? Brian Weatherley hears how

With the recent unveiling of TfL’s (Transport for London) Direct Vision Standard, the monopoly on who decides how a truck should be built, currently ...
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06/02/2017

Fast forward

Never before has electronics, sensor and computing technology so dominated the pace of truck development. Brian Tinham examines the future with Bosch and Wabco
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06/02/2017

Professional standard

As the transport industry increasingly wakes up to the importance of competence and compliance at every level, including vehicle inspection and maintenance, irtec is trending upwards. Brian Tinham reports
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06/02/2017

Electric revolution

Last year Transport Engineer revealed ambitious plans for the futuristic, all-American, electric Nikola One tractor. The latest zero-emission prototype has now broken cover. Brian Weatherley reports
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