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News
05/05/2015

Scania announces coach deals with New Adventure and Omega

Scania has announced two more orders for its coaches, with one Irizar i6 and two Tourers for New Adventure Travel, and five tri-axle Touring coaches for Omega Travel.

Cardiff-based New Adventure has taken delivery of two 12.45m-long K 360 IB4x2 Scania Irizar i6 vehicles, as well as its first Scania Touring coach, based on the K 410 EB4x2 ...
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05/05/2015

Weight limit up in Ireland

Ireland’s Road Safety Authority has announced an extension to the weight ...
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01/05/2015

WGM cuts fuel bill by 22%

Scottish engineering solutions business WGM Engineering Group is reporting ...
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01/05/2015

New Safe Loading Pass

UKPIA (the UK Petroleum Industry Association) has today (1 May 2015) ...
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01/05/2015

BVRLA five-point plan

BVRLA (the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association) has responded ...
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01/05/2015

Workshop managers: FTA

High level technicians, workshop supervisors and fleet engineering ...
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01/05/2015

Paneltex Martrans at Tip-Ex

Trailer manufacturer Paneltex Martrans will be exhibiting its latest ...
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Features
28/04/2015

Who will keep turning the wheels on the truck?

As we go to press and 7 May draws tantalisingly close, the 2015 election bandwagon is reaching fever pitch, dominating the news 24/7. But, like it or hate it, the outcome of this election matters – particularly with the economic recovery so vigorous yet fragile, and the world an increasingly unpredictable place.

Clearly, the sympathies and dogma ...
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28/04/2015

Winning formula

Ever wondered about the scale of transport engineering required to support a high-profile Formula 1 team in and out of the season? Brian Tinham goes behind the scenes at McLaren Racing
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28/04/2015

Back to the future

With the headline event for 2015 now over, Brian Tinham looks back at some of the innovations that didn’t get the pre-show treatment, yet are likely to deliver future performance improvements
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28/04/2015

Rise and shine

Tail-lift technologies continue to develop, albeit subtly, but changing operations and a growing focus on safety are changing specification, inspection and maintenance considerations. Toby Clark reports
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