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News
17/09/2021

Renault launches 18t gvw electric rigid

An 18 tonne D Wide Z.E. rigid is joining Renault’s full-electric 16 tonne D Z.E. and 26t D Wide Z.E. models. The manufacturer is also offering a wider range of wheelbases and special connectivity for refrigerated bodies.

Serial production of the 18 tonne D Wide Z.E. (not pictured) is starting at Renault Trucks’ Blainville-sur-Orne plant ...
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17/09/2021

Scania's new 13-l gas engine

Scania has launched a 13-litre gas engine that can run on natural gas and ...
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16/09/2021

ZF Aftermarket product launch

ZF Aftermarket has launched a number of products at the Automechanika 2021 ...
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16/09/2021

S-Way artic pair for Moody

Northumberland’s Moody Logistics & Storage has added a pair of distinctive ...
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15/09/2021

Aftercare Response videos jobs

Customers of Aftercare Response can now review video evidence of repairs ...
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15/09/2021

Stertil Koni lifts blue lights

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service specified a total of nine Stertil ...
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14/09/2021

Biffa retrofits RCVs

Allison Transmission will retrofit FuelSense 2.0 software to 493 Dennis ...
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14/09/2021

Ricardo adds fuel cell to bus

Engineering consultancy Ricardo has received government funding to create ...
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13/09/2021

Ingersoll Rand's truck line

Air compressor and fluid power specialist Ingersoll Rand has launched ...
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Features
14/09/2021

More for less in emissions

OEMs are looking to improve diesel emission performance by modifying the aftertreatment and engine control system, writes Will Dalrymple

Although the detail of the forthcoming Euro VII emissions requirements are not expected to be published until later in the year, the headline figure poses huge challenges on its own: CO2 reductions of 15% by ...
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14/09/2021

Carbon bureaucracy

Vehicle OEMs are now being measured on a weighted average of emissions of the vehicles that they produce. The new rules show the extent to which the EU’s decarbonisation plans are starting to bite, reports Toby Clark
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14/09/2021

Fire risks of the Baumot unit

Buses are operating in the UK while fitted with a system that has been branded as a potential fire hazard. But how real is the danger? Richard Simpson asks questions
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14/09/2021

Looking up

Apprentice technician Boril Dimov is thriving in the Fulwell RATP Dev London bus garage. But for the intervention of a youth worker, his life might well have taken an altogether different path. Interview by Will Dalrymple
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