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News
29/07/2016

US air quality boosted with cleaner trucks - report

Major improvements in trucks include air quality benefits to the tune of six million cars being taken off the road in the US, according the findings of research released by the Diesel Technology Forum.

The non-profit organisation commissioned The Martec Group to look at the impact of more advanced diesel truck engines, emissions control systems, ...
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29/07/2016

Autonomous buses and trucks

Tesla is developing electrically-powered autonomous buses and trucks, and ...
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29/07/2016

Government reports on haulage

Transport sector associations are welcoming a government report on road ...
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28/07/2016

Shawston signs with Asset

Steel piping supplier Shawston has taken delivery of two 7.5-tonne DAF ...
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28/07/2016

Buntons builds with Arocs

Plant hire and groundworks business Buntons has taken delivery of three ...
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28/07/2016

TSS upgrades passenger fleet

Passenger transport provider Transport Service Solutions (TSS) has ordered ...
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28/07/2016

Online compliance for rentals

Dawsonrentals Truck & Trailer has developed an online electronic ...
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27/07/2016

FP McCann rates Range C

Precast concrete product manufacturer FP McCann has taken delivery of two ...
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27/07/2016

Warrens rates Krone Dry Liners

Logistics operator Warrens Warehousing Group has taken delivery of its ...
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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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