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News
20/05/2019

Autogem launches TPMS for commercial vehicles

TPMS supplier Autogem has announced it is now offering the universal i-sensor HD system for commercial vehicles, describing it as “a compelling product” for fleet operators.

Already an established supplier in the passenger car market, Autogem says it is expanding its offering to HGVs, buses and trailers, after identifying issues with other CV ...
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20/05/2019

Michelin buys Masternaut

Michelin has announced that it is acquiring telematics business Masternaut ...
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20/05/2019

First hydrogen double-deckers

Transport for London has ordered 20 hydrogen-powered double-decker buses ...
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17/05/2019

Digital workshop for McDowell

Haulage and distribution business R McDowell has expanded its use of ...
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17/05/2019

Isuzu tips it for Mone Bros

Aggregates supplier Mone Bros has taken delivery of its second Isuzu ...
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17/05/2019

JDP upgrades with Ryder

Civils and drainage product supplier JDP has taken delivery of its latest ...
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16/05/2019

Econ builds shining example

Ripon-based gritter manufacturer Econ Engineering is celebrating 50 years ...
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16/05/2019

Krone at MultiModal

Krone has announced that the Box Liner container carrier will be taking ...
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16/05/2019

New site for Dennis Eagle

RCV manufacturer Dennis Eagle is opening a new service centre in Scotland ...
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Features
29/04/2019

Irtec accreditation: Fast Track

Adam Russell, DAF business services manager, explains why the company has developed an intensive, accelerated four-month training course that leads to an irtec inspection technician accreditation

The technician shortage was something that our dealer network came to us about. A lot of dealers are looking for more technicians, but there’s only a ...
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29/04/2019

Seeing all the angles

Wheel alignment is an often-neglected tool for reducing running costs. Will the introduction of so-called 3D technology change that, asks Richard Simpson
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29/04/2019

Two ways to test CV brakes

Although the DVSA states a preference for roller brake testers during safety inspections, it does allow the use of portable decelerometers. What are their advantages and limitations? Chris Tindall reports
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29/04/2019

First UK Econic tractor

Bringing the first Euro VI Mercedes-Benz Econic tractor unit into operation involved a year’s work from the customer, fresh food supplier Reynolds, asset finance firm Ryder – which owns the vehicle – as well as the vehicle manufacturer
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