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News
22/07/2016

Lyreco upgrades fleet with 170 Renault Masters from Fraikin

Office products supplier Lyreco is taking delivery of 83 Renault Master vans this month – the second phase of a fleet investment programme, which saw 89 Master vans supplied earlier this year.

The 3.5-tonne Renault Master long wheelbase vehicles are supplied on a four-year, full-service contract hire with Fraikin.Jennie Lucas, national ...
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22/07/2016

LPG black cab trial

Autogas is about to start a trial in London of a traditional black London ...
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22/07/2016

Shirley’s rates Bridgestone

Shirley’s Transport is reporting fewer breakdowns and less vehicle ...
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22/07/2016

AVID in powertrain project

North East firm AVID Technology is part of a £5.2m, three-year project to ...
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22/07/2016

UK first for Horiba MIRA

Test and research centre Horiba MIRA has announced that it now has several ...
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21/07/2016

EU low-emission strategy

European truck makers and the Freight Transport Association say they ...
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21/07/2016

HNC revs up with Actros

Start-up business HNC Transport has taken delivery of five Mercedes-Benz ...
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21/07/2016

Brick merchant rates Range D

London Reclaimed Brick Merchants has taken delivery of its first Renault ...
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21/07/2016

Terberg at ESS 2016

Terberg has announced that it will unveil the TACR4, the latest model in ...
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Features
06/07/2016

Whatever you want

Disrupting truck production lines with special vehicles for heavy haulage can be a nightmare. Ian Norwell reports from Mercedes-Benz in Molsheim, Alsace, on how it handles custom trucks

When you run the largest truck factory in the world, turning out more than 100,000 vehicles a year, it takes a little organisation. Also, while delays cost ...
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06/07/2016

Safe and professional

With the launch of its new guide to mobile off-site working, IRTE has spelt out required standards and practices not only for technicians but also for third parties using their services. Brian Tinham reports
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06/07/2016

Spoilt for choice

As Volvo continues to refine its construction and severe-duty trucks, Brian Weatherley travels to Gothenburg to try its latest developments
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06/07/2016

Electronic highways

Scania is among the most passionate and innovative when it comes to developing sustainable transport. Ian Norwell went to its Södertälje HQ, near Stockholm, Sweden, to witness latest ideas
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