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24/02/2017

First MAN truck for J Adams Transport

Northern Irish haulage firm J Adams Transport and Sons has taken delivery of its first MAN vehicle, a TGX 26.480 6x2/2 BLS, after a demonstrator proved popular with drivers and with the firm’s boss.

Owner John Adams got behind the wheel to return the vehicle and, he says, “I realised what a good drive it was… I was definitely interested in adding ...
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24/02/2017

JR Glenn turns to FH tridem

JR Glenn & Daughters has taken delivery of a Volvo FH Tridem 8x2 rigid for ...
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24/02/2017

Global quest fo Actros

Northampton-based Global Road Runners has taken delivery of five ...
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23/02/2017

Pilot of earned recognition

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is ready to start a pilot ...
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23/02/2017

Brewery rates Isuzu Forward

St Austell Brewery has taken delivery of four Isuzu Forward 7.5-tonners as ...
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23/02/2017

Operator cleans up with TruTac

Linen and workwear provider Clean is reporting improved visibility of ...
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23/02/2017

Enterprise DAF for Breezemount

Express home delivery specialist Breezemount has taken delivery of 24 new ...
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23/02/2017

Montracon debuts three bodies

Semi-trailers and rigid bodies manufacturer Montracon will be celebrating ...
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23/02/2017

Sprinter for QCEL

Worthing-based catering equipment specialist QCEL (Quality Catering ...
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Features
06/02/2017

Sound approach

Tomorrow’s delivery trucks will have to be safer, greener and quieter, too. But how do you create a noise standard when there are so many sounds in and around a truck? Brian Weatherley hears how

With the recent unveiling of TfL’s (Transport for London) Direct Vision Standard, the monopoly on who decides how a truck should be built, currently ...
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06/02/2017

Fast forward

Never before has electronics, sensor and computing technology so dominated the pace of truck development. Brian Tinham examines the future with Bosch and Wabco
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06/02/2017

Professional standard

As the transport industry increasingly wakes up to the importance of competence and compliance at every level, including vehicle inspection and maintenance, irtec is trending upwards. Brian Tinham reports
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06/02/2017

Electric revolution

Last year Transport Engineer revealed ambitious plans for the futuristic, all-American, electric Nikola One tractor. The latest zero-emission prototype has now broken cover. Brian Weatherley reports
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