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19/10/2018

Stralis NP completes ‘longest ever’ trip on single tank of LNG

Truck maker IVECO has announced that a Stralis NP truck from the UK has set a new record, travelling from London to Madrid on a single fill of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

The 454bhp Stralis NP tractor was pulling a tri-axle box van trailer and running at 30 tonnes gvw. It left London and, after a ferry crossing from Dover to Calais, completed ...
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19/10/2018

1,000th MAN truck for DSV

Global transport and logistics business DSV has taken delivery of its ...
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19/10/2018

Tyre policy saves £26k a year

Shire Aggregates has specified Michelin tyres for 12 new MAN 32-tonne 8x4 ...
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18/10/2018

MiX showcases new technology

MiX Telematics will be unveiling the latest version of its in-cab ...
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18/10/2018

ADL delivers on visibility

First Glasgow and Trentbarton have become the first operators to use buses ...
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18/10/2018

SDC Trailers' 40th anniversary

SDC Trailers has marked 40 years in the business with an open day for ...
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17/10/2018

Single diagnosis for First Bus

First Bus, one of the UK’s largest bus operators, has signed a deal with ...
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17/10/2018

Askey upgrades with DAF XF

H Askey Transport has taken delivery of a DAF XF 480 6x2 tractor with ...
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17/10/2018

John Lewis ditches diesel

Retailer John Lewis announced yesterday (16 October) that it will phase ...
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Features
03/10/2018

Meet Supervan

Renault Trucks has launched a 6.0-tonne Master 6x2 as an alternative to the default 7.5-tonne truck.

As van chassis are becoming ever heavier – as emissions compliance tightens and specifications improve – the popular 3.5-tonne van’s payload is under increasing pressure, reports Dan GilkesThere are several 4.5- and 5.0-tonne vans available, ...
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03/10/2018

IAA review: Cummins doubles up

With tougher emissions targets ahead for diesel engines, Cummins used IAA to introduce an updated turbocharger and new two-stage aftertreatment system, reports Kevin Swallow
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03/10/2018

IAA review: Mercedes-Benz

The enhanced truck brain in Mercedes-Benz’s big artic offers semi-automated driving, plus digital mirrors. Richard Simpson slips into the driver’s seat
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03/10/2018

IAA review: roundup

Mol, the Belgian independent truck manufacturer, has delivered its HF5066 extra heavy haulage truck (pictured) to Hong Kong.
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