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24/11/2017

Mercedes-Benz Vans to launch eVito in 2018

Mercedes-Benz Vans has announced plans to offer all-electric versions of its light commercial vehicle range, starting with the mid-size eVito in the second half of 2018.

Other electric models to follow in 2019 will include the Sprinter and the Citan. With a battery capacity of 41.4kWh, the eVito will travel up to 150km (93 miles) on a single ...
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24/11/2017

Tech launch by trailer maker

Schmitz Cargobull is launching a new company, called KUBIKx, to focus on ...
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24/11/2017

CV production down by 25%

British commercial vehicle manufacturing fell by 25% in October, with ...
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23/11/2017

Aggregate partners with FORS

Construction industry supplier Aggregate Industries has partnered with the ...
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23/11/2017

Fraikin's new apprenticeship

Commercial fleet services business Fraikin has launched a new ...
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23/11/2017

JDP in control with Ryder

Civils and drainage product business JDP has taken delivery of nine DAF ...
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22/11/2017

BF Goodrich tyres arrive in UK

BFGoodrich will introduce its first ever tyre range for trucks, buses and ...
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22/11/2017

Council switched on to Econics

Lewisham Council has taken delivery of its second Mercedes-Benz Econic ...
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22/11/2017

Regulator bans scaffolder

The owner of a Blaydon-on-Tyne scaffolding business has lost his transport ...
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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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