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23/10/2018

Renault Trucks Exeter apprentice starts Master Technician programme

Renault Trucks has announced that Ryan Thorne from its Exeter dealerpoint is about to embark on the prestigious Master Technician programme.

Thorne, 30, has spent more than half of his life at Renault Trucks South West (Exeter), since joining on a work experience scheme for one day a week when he was 14. He then moved on to the three-year ...
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23/10/2018

DPD all-electric depot opens

Parcel delivery company DPD has opened the UK’s first all-electric parcel ...
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23/10/2018

Bespoke lifts for Rushlift

Rushlift’s ground support equipment (GSE) division is using bespoke ...
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23/10/2018

MAN wins £53m MoD deal

The Ministry of Defence has signed a £53 million deal with MAN Truck & Bus ...
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22/10/2018

15 new Volvos for Hadfields

Derbyshire-based operator RM Hadfield Haulage has taken delivery of the ...
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22/10/2018

Eurocargo NP for Warrens Group

Recycling business Warrens Group has taken delivery of a 16-tonne IVECO ...
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22/10/2018

£1.4m expansion for Merritts

Heavy machinery transporter Joseph Merritt Group is investing £1.4 million ...
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19/10/2018

Stralis NP breaks record

Truck maker IVECO has announced that a Stralis NP truck from the UK has ...
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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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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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