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News
09/07/2020

Brinor prepares for Direct Vision with four new Volvo tractors

Brinor International Shipping & Forwarding has taken delivery of four new FH 6x2 tractor units, including one 454bhp FH model with I-Save.

Brinor placed this latest order to modernise its fleet to help meet the new Direct Vision standards and low-emission zones (LEZ) that will come into force later in 2020. Supplied by Volvo Truck and Bus Centre ...
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09/07/2020

CV Show returns 13-15 April 21

The 2021 CV Show will be held Tuesday-Thursday 13-15 April in halls 3A, 4 ...
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08/07/2020

Microlise drivers of the year

Drivers from Forterra Building Products and Boughey Distribution have been ...
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08/07/2020

Michelin tyre damage scheme

Michelin has upgraded its accidental damage guarantee, which covers the ...
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07/07/2020

Hyundai ships fuel-cell trucks

Hyundai Motor Company has shipped the first 10 units of the Hyundai Xcient ...
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07/07/2020

L Lynch goes 14 for 40

Established 40 years ago, L Lynch Plant Hire & Haulage is marking its four ...
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06/07/2020

Parts recycling for Renault

Renault Trucks and Indra Automobile Recycling of France are carrying out a ...
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06/07/2020

Olympia Transport buys coach

Heathrow-based Olympia Transport has taken delivery of a new Scania ...
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03/07/2020

Wilmotts expands Tiger fleet

The fleet of one of the largest independent warehousing and distribution ...
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Features
09/07/2020

Metroline's COVID-19 story

In mid-June, London bus operator Metroline returned to a full service, nearly three months after the COVID-19 shutdown closed the capital to all but key workers. Group engineering director Ian Foster explains how the operator adapted to changing requirements

Metroline carries Londoners on some 1,800 buses driven by 4,500 driver on 100 routes, ...
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09/07/2020

Legal update: July 2020

This page is brought to you by specialist transport law firm Backhouse Jones. Its COVID-19 hub is available via www.is.gd/ifogih
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09/07/2020

Learning from lockdown

The way lockdown has forced office workers to adapt – by staying at home, using virtual tools such as videoconferencing, and juggling the demands of family and the job at the same time – may well change working habits from now on.
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09/07/2020

Telematics and COVID-19

Vehicle tracking data, summed up across hundreds of vehicles and thousands of trips and hundreds of thousands of miles can actually reveal quite a lot about how a transport operation works, as Abbey Transport recently discovered. By ...
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