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News
05/03/2015

Kestrel flies with Seven’s Cool Track remote monitoring system

Refrigerated logistics provider Kestrel Temperature Controlled Services has rolled out the Seven Eye Cook Track remote monitoring system, from Seven Telematics, across much of its fleet.

The Grantham-based operator already used Seven's Transcan 2 data logging system to ensure temperature control quality in its vehicles, but decided to extend the ...
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04/03/2015

98 DAFs for Carlsberg

Carlsberg UK has placed an £11.7 million order with DAF for 98 new trucks ...
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04/03/2015

Ryder helps Evans grow

Ryder has supplied a 20-vehicle mixed fleet of DAF and Mercedes-Benz ...
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04/03/2015

DFA offers free training

Nearly half (47%) of commercial vehicle drivers are held up by RTCs (road ...
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04/03/2015

Hankook invites Princess Royal

Hankook Tyre UK will be hosting HRH the Princess Royal at an upcoming ...
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04/03/2015

Mahle acquires Delphi thermal

Mahle is to acquire the thermal business of Delphi Automotive in a move ...
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04/03/2015

Arriva invests in StreetLites

Bus operator Arriva Southern Counties has invested £840,000 in six ...
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Features
03/03/2015

Power to the people at the CV Show 2015

There are times when the power of the people is greater than that of the legislature and its executive. Just occasionally, even the dominance of Europe in matters regulatory is usurped and the market finds itself bowing to the will of what amount to regional pressure groups.

So it is with London's Safer Lorry Scheme, now set to go live on 1 ...
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03/03/2015

Get a grip

Managing hefty trucks on snow and ice requires techniques many UK fleets never master. Ian Norwell travels to Scandinavia with Scania to see how drivers cope at -12°C – and how the manufacturer’s operationally-led research is changing ...
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03/03/2015

CV Show 2015

New names, products and services in transport – the CV Show 2015 promises plenty for visitors to discover when it opens in Birmingham (14—16 April at the NEC). John Challen picks out some highlights
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03/03/2015

Carbon dating

Is the European Commission’s VECTO project the best way to help drive down truck and bus fuel consumption and CO2 emissions? Brian Weatherley talks to Cummins Engines
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