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12/02/2016

Walsall removals firm’s ‘appalling’ MOT record results in revoked licence

Clentons (Removals), of Walsall, will lose its operating licence this month, after a public inquiry at which the traffic commissioner described the firm’s MOT record as “appalling”.

At the inquiry on 27 January, in Birmingham, traffic commissioner Kevin Rooney disqualified company director and transport manager Brett Perry; one driver was banned ...
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12/02/2016

Todds weighs in with Schmitz

Todds Highway Maintenance has taken delivery of three lightweight ...
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12/02/2016

More users of freight exchange

Transport Exchange Group says more than 300 transport businesses have ...
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12/02/2016

WMAS in command with Isuzu

West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) has taken delivery of a high-spec ...
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11/02/2016

Cemex safety-first DAF tippers

Readymix concrete, cement and aggregates supplier Cemex UK has added 15 ...
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11/02/2016

Vans line up for CV Show 2016

Leading van manufacturers are lining up to ply their wares at the ...
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11/02/2016

Report on green bus revolution

Supportive government policies and technology innovations have led to the ...
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11/02/2016

Operator signs with Goodyear

Birmingham-based haulier Steve Benton Transport has signed a five-year ...
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11/02/2016

SmartWitness and Corcra

Truck and van dashcam specialist SmartWitness is now working with fleet ...
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Features
04/02/2016

Change is one of the few certainties left

We’re just a few short weeks into 2016, yet the CV Show (26–28 April, NEC) marketing machine appears to be in top gear, with visitor registration already live on the website. Early, maybe. But, with the pace of change – technical, legislative and market driven – this premier event can’t come a moment too soon.

Analysis of the SMMT’s (Society of ...
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04/02/2016

Mission zero

Technologies capable of slashing road transport’s environmental impact may be just around the corner. Brian Tinham talks to a Cambridge-based engineering innovation firm to assess opportunities
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04/02/2016

Reach for the sky

Selecting cranes and loaders for vehicle mounting may not be rocket science, but there’s more to it than meets the eye. Brian Tinham looks at the issues and recent developments
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04/02/2016

Ringing the changes

One month into 2016, it’s time to reflect on CV trends, the lessons of history – and trucks likely to deliver our requirements in the future. Brian Tinham reports from Iveco’s ‘State of the Nation’
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