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News
19/04/2021

ZF launches braking system and predictive cruise control at Chinese trade show

At the Auto Shanghai 2021 trade show, 21-28 April, ZF is planning to launch globally an advanced emergency braking system for commercial vehicles, OnGuardMAX, and debut it on Chinese roads.

The technology can identify and – if necessary – react precisely to a broad range of moving and stationary objects, including vehicles and pedestrians. ...
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19/04/2021

Hultsteins' service partner

Swedish company Hultsteins has appointed Kent-based Longhurst ...
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16/04/2021

1st UK full-electric 27-tonner

CCF has worked in collaboration with Electra, to launch what they call the ...
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16/04/2021

15 skiploaders for Dunmow

Hyva UK has supplied 15 skiploaders to Dunmow Waste Management in the east ...
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15/04/2021

Farrall’s Group changes gears

Family-owned haulage and warehousing specialists, Farrall’s Group of ...
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14/04/2021

Giti's new 17.5" urban tyre

Giti Tire is targeting the small stop-start city bus and 7.5 tonne ...
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14/04/2021

ZF Aftermarket's reman parts

For the fourth year in a row, April 8 was Global Remanufacturing Day, an ...
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13/04/2021

IVECO's autonomy partnership

IVECO has signed a memorandum of understanding with technology firm Plus ...
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13/04/2021

New Scania (GB) MD named

Succeeding Martin Hay, who leaves the business at the end of June, is ...
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Features
06/04/2021

Hot air? Revisiting hydrogen for commercial vehicle propulsion

Hyundai says that “building a comprehensive hydrogen ecosystem… will lead to a paradigm shift that removes automobile emissions from the environmental equation”. But are hydrogen fuel cell-powered heavy vehicles a realistic proposition, asks Toby Clark

Hydrogen fuel cells have promised to be the future of renewable energy-powered transport for ...
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06/04/2021

Hydrogen injection

Electric vehicles are viewed by many as the solution to a lot of transport-related problems. But other technologies – such as hydrogen – are fighting back. By John Challen
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06/04/2021

Comment: safe every day

When I hear people say that they inspect their vehicles to MOT standards, I wonder. As the MOT determines minimum standards, does this mean that they are only maintaining their vehicles to the minimum? When you are operating a ...
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06/04/2021

Road safety: London and beyond

Truck technology is helping drivers keep pedestrians and vulnerable road users safe, reports Lucy Radley
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