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17/11/2017

AO.com commissions 80 rigid trucks with Tiger bodies

Internet retailer AO.com has taken delivery of 80 new rigid trucks featuring Tiger Trailers bodywork, replacing older vehicles operating in the AO.com delivery fleet.

The deal represents the first rigid bodies Tiger has built for the company, having supplied double deck trailers for its trunking fleet since 2014. Mounted to 7.5-tonne ...
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17/11/2017

Akasol's new battery factory

German firm Akasol has begun serial production of batteries for commercial ...
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17/11/2017

Food firm frozen by regulator

The owner of a Bristol chilled food transport firm has been banned for ...
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17/11/2017

Actros safe choice for Quinns

North Yorkshire bulk haulier Quinns Transport has secured a £700 reduction ...
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17/11/2017

CRH on track with Verilocation

CRH Transport has rolled out the Verilocation trailer tracking system, ...
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16/11/2017

RHA to assess new drivers

The Education and Skills Funding Agency (EFSA) has approved the Road ...
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16/11/2017

Ford Brazil's tiredness cap

Ford Brazil’s heavy truck division has developed an innovative technology ...
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16/11/2017

Golden spanner for technician

TruckEast technician Colin Woodcock has been recognised for his work ...
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16/11/2017

New route planner from QRoutes

Bus and coach operators transporting school children and special needs ...
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Features
13/11/2017

Cameron Forecourt's introduction to fuel stock reconciliation

Reconciliation is one of the most useful tools available to fuel operators to ensure that fuel stocks are safe from leaks and theft, according to fuelling solutions provider Cameron Forecourt. It provides advice about how to perform basic wet stock reconciliation.

Stock-taking is recognised by accountants and stores managers as a safe means of ...
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03/11/2017

Winds of Change

Dr Phil Greening, director of the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight, describes four key ways in which technology is bringing change to transport
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03/11/2017

Choices, choices, choices

Speakers from Cenex, Gasrec and the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership outlined the technical options for fleets to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality, reports Steve Banner
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03/11/2017

View from the top

Emissions and CO2 legislation continue to drive the development of commercial vehicle engines, reports Ricardo chief engineer Andrew Banks
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