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06/12/2019

Telematics prove the best ingredient for Nagel-Group

Food logistics operator Nagel-Group is reporting numerous benefits after implementing the idem telematics solution across its 7,000-strong European fleet.

Arthur Ebel (pictured), Nagel-Group’s fleet management supervisor, says the operator’s telematics requirements are “very complex”, adding: “Idem telematics completely won us over with its ...
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06/12/2019

Hybrid fridge unit delivers

Castell Howell Foods is reporting fuel savings and improved operational ...
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06/12/2019

MAN eTGM now available

MAN Truck & Bus has announced that it is now offering the eTGM ...
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05/12/2019

SM UK best fit for Arriva

Arriva Bus and Coach is kitting out its service vans with new storage ...
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05/12/2019

Midland Tyre boosts skills

Midland Tyre Services (MTS) says it can now offer its customers the best ...
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05/12/2019

TRL develops route risk tool

Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) has developed a tool to calculate the ...
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04/12/2019

Nikola TRE prototype launch

IVECO and Nikola have unveiled a prototype of the Nikola TRE, the first ...
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04/12/2019

Future saves time with r2c

Waste management business Future Industrial Services says it has ...
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04/12/2019

Japan Centre rates Isuzu

Japan Centre Group has taken delivery of its fifth Isuzu truck, moving up ...
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Features
06/12/2019

Injection and combustion: Six pots or three?

Cylinder deactivation could be a path to the fuel savings needed to hit EU CO2 reduction targets. Richard Simpson explores the possibilities

Europe’s heavy vehicle manufacturers have been set a stiff target for reducing CO2 output by the European Commission. Using fuel consumption figures produced by the VECTO tool and a model baseline of ...
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06/12/2019

Shining example

Looking after its own people – as well as customers – has led to positive results for Alltruck, finds John Challen
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06/12/2019

User testing

In today’s increasingly technology-led industry, can a case be made for fleet operators to conduct their own comparative testing of consumable components? By Peter Shakespeare
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06/12/2019

Common as muck

The humble gully emptier trundles along municipal roads, clearing drains to keep traffic flowing. But its sophisticated pressure equipment also requires regular – and in some cases specialist – attention, reports Steve Banner
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