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20/10/2017

ACEA moves to counter risks of cyber-attacks

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has published six key principles for vehicle cybersecurity, which have been endorsed by all its members including van, truck and bus manufacturers.

The move comes to counter the risks of cyber-attacks as autonomous truck development increases, as well as increased connectivity of all motor ...
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20/10/2017

O licence rules warning

? Operator licensing is underpinned by commitments such as keeping ...
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20/10/2017

Ferryspeed sails with Carrier

Portsmouth-based freight operator Ferryspeed has expanded its fleet with ...
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19/10/2017

Michelin goes the distance

Irish coach operator GoBus.ie has achieved record mileage on a set of ...
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19/10/2017

XPO Logistics' Michelin deal

Michelin solutions has been awarded a major contract with XPO Logistics, a ...
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19/10/2017

Home Bargains relies on Jost

Discount retailer Home Bargains is expanding its distribution operation ...
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19/10/2017

Flying Fish rates Sprinters

Cornwall-based Flying Fish Seafoods has added to its Mercedes-Benz ...
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18/10/2017

Loader crane orders for Hiab

Hiab, part of Cargotec, has announced more than €2 million of orders from ...
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18/10/2017

Van MOT results revealed

The Fiat Doblo is the best van for passing its first MOT, with 84% of ...
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Features
02/10/2017

Arrived

Now offered to industry, the apprenticeship programme at Arriva London develops new technicians and proves their competence with irtec. Over the last three years, this operator has also trained itself, reinforcing its own technical capabilities. Will Dalrymple visits

No engineering training manager, no external standards and training that had not ...
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02/10/2017

When the cold wind blows

Predicting what the UK's winter weather will throw at us is, at best, precarious. Peter Shakespeare assembles some top tips for the forthcoming season
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02/10/2017

Watch Out

The other day, a haulier friend was showing me some footage of a collision taken by his on-truck camera: a passenger car ran into the back of the lorry, and the footage showed the huge kick caused by the impact. Shocking stuff, and ...
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02/10/2017

The great red bus upgrade

London mayor Sadiq Khan wants the capital’s bus fleets to clean up their act, so more than half of the existing vehicles are being upgraded to Euro VI in an £86.1m Transport for London (TfL) retrofit programme. Steve Banner reports
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