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19/01/2017

Mercedes-Benz scores a century with Wincanton order

Wincanton has ordered 100 Mercedes-Benz Actros tractors as part of its expansion plans – and the logistics firm says this could be followed up with “future orders of a similar nature”.

The new vehicles will enter service next month and, says Wincanton’s group fleet director Carl Hanson, the Actros tractors are “ahead of the game when it comes to ...
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19/01/2017

NewCold heats up with Volvo

Cold storage and transport firm NewCold Advanced Cold Logistics has taken ...
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19/01/2017

Hampshire Turf loses licence

Southampton-based turf supplier and skip hire operator John Hinton has ...
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19/01/2017

Safety scheme wins DfT funding

Driver First Assist (DFA), the not-for-profit road safety initiative, has ...
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18/01/2017

European fleets on the up

Seven out of 10 commercial fleet operators are predicting growth in the ...
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18/01/2017

Northwards goes for Schmitz

Lerwick-based specialist logistics firm Northwards has taken delivery of ...
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18/01/2017

Telogis boosts food deliveries

Health and social care meal provider Apetito says it has “revolutionised” ...
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18/01/2017

Lloyd signed as Unimog dealer

Ground-care, construction and materials handling sales and service ...
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18/01/2017

Goodyear improves efficiency

A new free phone app from Goodyear, for iOS and android devices, promises ...
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Features
05/01/2017

Injecting intelligence

As truck and engine OEMs look to a future regulated by Euro 7, their supply chains are thinking about innovative fuel injection and combustions strategies, and how to deliver them. Brian Tinham reports

Late last year, Delphi Automotive pre-launched its next generation ultra-high precision common rail fuel injection systems for heavy- and ...
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05/01/2017

Brexit blues

The EU referendum, and subsequent debate about how exactly the UK will detach itself from the European Union, is likely to mean the country facing considerable uncertainty throughout 2017. John Challen looks at transport operators’ ...
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05/01/2017

Safety in numbers

Fleet engineers choosing from the array of competing money-saving interventions now have evidence-based, independent data on tap. Brian Tinham reports from the Centre for Sustainable Road Freight
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05/01/2017

High flyer

With the introduction of Iveco’s Daily 4x4 in RHD guise, Steve Banner puts this serious new off-road truck to the test at Millbrook’s most challenging circuits
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