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News
24/05/2016

Dennis Eagle launches first low-entry 8x4 tridem tipper

Following Dennis Eagle’s launch of its first urban skiploader at the London CLOCS (Construction Logistics Cyclist Safety) Progress seminar back in March, the firm has now built its first low-entry cab urban tipper.

Instead of using the Elite 6 4x2 chassis, already popular in the RCV (refuse collection vehicle) sector, the firm’s new tipper ...
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24/05/2016

Travis Perkins rates Econic

Builders’ merchant Travis Perkins has commissioned a third low-entry ...
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24/05/2016

High-speed amphibian taxi

What is claimed to be the world’s first high-speed amphibious river taxi ...
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24/05/2016

Spedian SuperLite graphics

Vehicle graphics company Spedian has launched a new lightweight reusable ...
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24/05/2016

Third FL for Arkell fleet

Arkell’s Brewery has taken delivery of a 16-tonne gvw Volvo FL 240 4x2 ...
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23/05/2016

Dual-fuel RCVs world first

The world’s first hydrogen dual-fuel RCVs (refuse collection vehicle) have ...
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23/05/2016

Bio-LNG Iveco Stralis

Iveco has unveiled a Stralis Hi-Road powered by liquid biofuel (bio-LNG), ...
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23/05/2016

Fuso Canters for Loft

Manchester-based Loft Interiors has commissioned a new fleet of 3.5-tonne ...
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23/05/2016

Farol takes on Unimog sales

Agricultural machinery sales and service specialist Farol has been ...
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Features
10/05/2016

CLOCS ticking

Since its inception in 2012, the Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety standard has grown in stature, scope and spread. Brian Tinham reviews CLOCS vehicles from the fifth CLOCS Progress event, in London

CLOCS’ time has come. Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety is no longer simply about TfL (Transport for London) working with big-name ...
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10/05/2016

Show postscript

Although many CV Show launches were widely previewed, there are always exhibitors wanting to play their cards close to their chest. The two Brians – Brian Tinham and Brian Weatherley – reveal their hands
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10/05/2016

Over the horizon

Trucks are changing, but what should fleet engineers expect? Will the future be better, or just different and more expensive? Ian Norwell dusts off his crystal ball
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10/05/2016

Emissions charge

As conjecture over a future Euro 7 turns to a reality likely involving new NOx, NO2 and CO2 emissions limits, Brian Tinham reviews meaningful measures
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