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News
01/07/2016

Government comes clean with new £15m Green Truck Fund

The Freight Transport Association has welcomed the government’s announcement yesterday (30 June) of a new Green Truck fund, with £15 million of funding, saying it could lead to “a step change in emissions reductions”.

The announcement was made at the LowCVP Conference by transport minister Andrew Jones and, along with the £15m vehicle fund, a ...
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01/07/2016

Marketing shift at Iveco

Iveco has announced the appointment of Lisa Fuller as brand marketing and ...
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01/07/2016

SmartChoice for video

SmartDrive Systems is launching a new video-based driver safety solution ...
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01/07/2016

A&D rates Volvo used trucks

Renfrewshire-based A&D Logistics is celebrating 21 years in business and ...
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30/06/2016

HGV CO2 accreditation scheme

Transport minister Andrew Jones today (30 June 2016) announced that ...
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30/06/2016

Fleetwatch sponsors Tor Trucks

Commercial vehicle livery business Fleetwatch, part of PPG, has signed a ...
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30/06/2016

MAN TopUsed deal for GMA

GMA Warehousing and Transport has taken delivery of seven MAN TGX ...
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30/06/2016

Nestle is sweet on Actros

Food giant Nestlé UK has taken delivery of four Mercedes-Benz Actros ...
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30/06/2016

ADLV survey

More than nine out of ten fleet managers would like Driver CPC and tacho ...
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Features
07/06/2016

Advance retard

Engine brake technology has seen little change in recent years. However, with its revolutionary two-stroke compression brake design, Jacobs Vehicle Systems is rewriting the rules. Brian Tinham explains

Engine brakes have been around on heavy-duty trucks for decades. Indeed, the good old Jake Brake goes right back to 1961 and best estimates put ...
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07/06/2016

New constructs

BAUMA may be the main event for mining and construction, but technology doesn’t always respect industry boundaries. Ian Norwell and Brian Weatherley report on trucks, engines and cranes
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07/06/2016

Right time, right place

So what’s involved in re-engineering trucks to meet the requirements of the emerging CLOCS standard? Brian Tinham talks to low-entry cab specialist Dennis Eagle
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07/06/2016

March of the large rigid

In the latest of our series on truck staples, Ian Norwell looks at the distribution sector’s large rigid, which has seen the same migration as other classes, but picked up innovations on the way
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