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News
16/04/2021

CCF launches 27-tonne zero-emission vehicle in London delivery fleet

CCF has worked in collaboration with Electra, to launch what they call the UK’s first 27-tonne curtainside battery electric vehicle (BEV), with 287kWh traction batteries.

The brand-new 27 tonne 6x2 rigid is the product of three years of development driven forward by CCF, part of the Travis Perkins plc Group. The BEV has been manufactured and ...
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16/04/2021

15 skiploaders for Dunmow

Hyva UK has supplied 15 skiploaders to Dunmow Waste Management in the east ...
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15/04/2021

Farrall’s Group changes gears

Family-owned haulage and warehousing specialists, Farrall’s Group of ...
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14/04/2021

Giti's new 17.5" urban tyre

Giti Tire is targeting the small stop-start city bus and 7.5 tonne ...
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14/04/2021

ZF Aftermarket's reman parts

For the fourth year in a row, April 8 was Global Remanufacturing Day, an ...
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13/04/2021

IVECO's autonomy partnership

IVECO has signed a memorandum of understanding with technology firm Plus ...
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13/04/2021

New Scania (GB) MD named

Succeeding Martin Hay, who leaves the business at the end of June, is ...
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12/04/2021

The truck's 125th birthday

One of the greatest talents of inventor Gottlieb Daimler was finding new ...
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12/04/2021

UK dealers named in DAF awards

UK DAF Dealer group, Lawrence Vehicles Ltd. – which comprises the ...
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Features
06/04/2021

Hot air? Revisiting hydrogen for commercial vehicle propulsion

Hyundai says that “building a comprehensive hydrogen ecosystem… will lead to a paradigm shift that removes automobile emissions from the environmental equation”. But are hydrogen fuel cell-powered heavy vehicles a realistic proposition, asks Toby Clark

Hydrogen fuel cells have promised to be the future of renewable energy-powered transport for ...
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06/04/2021

Hydrogen injection

Electric vehicles are viewed by many as the solution to a lot of transport-related problems. But other technologies – such as hydrogen – are fighting back. By John Challen
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06/04/2021

Comment: safe every day

When I hear people say that they inspect their vehicles to MOT standards, I wonder. As the MOT determines minimum standards, does this mean that they are only maintaining their vehicles to the minimum? When you are operating a ...
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06/04/2021

Road safety: London and beyond

Truck technology is helping drivers keep pedestrians and vulnerable road users safe, reports Lucy Radley
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