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News
29/07/2021

Renault Commercials launches parts recycling business

Renault Truck Commercials opens the network’s first dedicated parts recycling centre and launches a new parts website, which together strengthen the dealer group’s total parts offer to its customers.

Located at the group’s Renault Trucks South dealership in Reading, the new recycling centre is an authorised treatment facility specialising in ...
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28/07/2021

Turners' trailers and truck

Over 70 new Gray & Adams trailers with Thermo-King Advancer systems are to ...
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27/07/2021

Light fridge fleet for foodies

Euro Foods, a distributor of frozen and fresh foods serving the ...
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26/07/2021

Enviro200 buses for Havering

Alexander Dennis Limited has delivered four low-emission Enviro200 single ...
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23/07/2021

Renault signs up west of Scotl

Renault Trucks UK and Ireland has announced the further expansion of its ...
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23/07/2021

Ringway chooses low-entry cab

Ringway has added three new Volvo FE 6x2 rigid trucks to its expansive ...
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22/07/2021

Security gateway for W.EASY

WABCOWuerth is developing an online portal through which all diagnostic ...
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22/07/2021

Low-height rigids for recycler

Mercedes-Benz Trucks’ ability to supply a 26-tonne chassis with the low ...
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21/07/2021

eStar Truck and Van adds 'bus'

eStar Truck & Van, the latest Mercedes-Benz Truck and Van franchise in the ...
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Features
29/07/2021

Are you using the correct spill kit?

Spill kits are essential when dealing with workplace spills and leaks, particularly those involving dangerous substances and contaminants, but workers need to make sure they are using the right spill kit for the job. First Mats talks through the main types

If you keep bulk liquids such as oil, fuel and chemicals on site, you will need to have ...
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13/07/2021

Digitalising the workshop

Technological aids are closing the communication gaps between operations and engineering departments at bus operators in the UK and Europe, finds Will Dalrymple
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13/07/2021

Coaches as safe as houses

Coach operators who want to coax customers back onboard have to adopt a proactive approach towards combating COVID-19, reports Steve Banner
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13/07/2021

A bit of give and take

The driver is always an integral part in any vehicle maintenance system. Workshops will only see the vehicle at planned service intervals (typically every four to six weeks), but drivers see them every day.
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