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27/02/2015

SIG shows safer urban delivery truck at CLOCS event

Construction, building and industrial materials supplier SIG unveiled its first enhanced urban safety Mercedes-Benz Econic-based box van rigid at the CLOCS Progress conference yesterday (26 February 2015).

Staged at London's ExCel centre, the Construction Logistics and Cycle Safety initiative event, included displays of several enhanced-safety ...
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27/02/2015

O’Donovan shows safer trucks

Three new safety-optimised trucks were shown by CLOCS (TfL’s Construction ...
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27/02/2015

DAF safety-specified trucks

DAF Trucks unveiled two construction vehicles redesigned for urban ...
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27/02/2015

Econic for CLOCS

Mercedes-Benz played to its strengths at yesterday’s (26 February 2015) ...
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27/02/2015

50th ATF for DAF

DAF Trucks has announced that Chesterfield-based A Herring is the 50th DAF ...
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27/02/2015

Denholm picks bespoke trailers

Haulage firm Denholm Transport has taken delivery of two bespoke coil ...
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27/02/2015

Isuzu looks Forward to CV Show

Isuzu Truck has announced that the Euro 6 Isuzu 12-tonne gvw Forward will ...
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Features
04/02/2015

People news March 2015

Senior traffic commissioner Beverley Bell is to be the next president of CILT, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. Mrs Bell, who has been a Fellow of CILT for 10 years and vice-president for the past two, will take over the one-year tenure from Jim Spittle at an inauguration lunch to be held in London on 8 May 2015.

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03/02/2015

How will transport react

As Brent crude dips below $50 per barrel and the price of diesel at the pumps plummets in response, transport operators large and small are rubbing their hands in glee. There are few developments likely to spread a smile on a ...
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03/02/2015

Independent revolution

Tucked away beneath expensively designed bodies that define vehicles’ form and function, it’s easy to forget truck and trailer running gear. Brian Tinham reviews developments.
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03/02/2015

Keep the noise down

Last year’s Quiet Cities conference revealed plenty of sound arguments behind the latest generation of low-noise trucks and hushed ancillary equipment. Brian Weatherley reports.
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