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AES

Shorts Group & Andover Trailers with n...

May 27, 2021No Comments

Waste management, plant hire, agriculture and demolition company, Shorts Group, has taken delivery of a new plant body from Andover Trailers, the latest build in

HGV

British HGV market up 9.5% after a year of ...

May 19, 2021Comments off

New heavy goods vehicle (HGV) registrations increased by 9.5% in the first three months of 2021, according to figures released today by the Society of

HGV

Making HGVs smarter as road and fleet risk ...

May 12, 2021Comments off

Business use of data and analytics is growing, reshaping risk management for HGV operators and hauliers. The phrase “every business is a digital one” is

JMD tick all the boxes with first, post-Bre...

May 10, 2021Comments off

JMD Haulage, one of Liverpool’s leading container carrier operators, recently added a further 3 Krone Box Liners to their fleet, bringing the Krone total to

hydrogen truck engine

Ricardo to begin testing hydrogen truck eng...

Apr 30, 2021Comments off

Ricardo has created a hydrogen-fuelled research engine which could offer a solution to accelerate zero carbon emissions in heavy duty trucks. The environmental, engineering and

Fontaine

Fontaine introduce new heavy-duty 2” slid...

Apr 23, 2021Comments off

Fifth wheel specialist Fontaine has announced the launch of a new 170SF Heavy Duty 2’’ Sliding Fifth Wheel into the commercial market, designed for 80-tonne

Dunlop SP346+

Dunlop SP346+ steer tyre launched

Apr 14, 2021Comments off

Dunlop has introduced the SP346+ steer tyre for fleets and hauliers who demand a wide variety of performances in all on-road applications. The Dunlop SP346+ features a range of

tyre safety

Cutting edge technology on right track to i...

Apr 09, 2021Comments off

Cutting edge technology that monitors tyre pressures, tread depth and the axle weight of HGVs has been hailed for its potential in boosting safety on

LNG

New fleet of LNG lorries drives sustainable...

Mar 30, 2021Comments off

A new fleet of lorries powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) is helping to drive sustainable logistics at MINI Plant Oxford. 18 LNG lorries from

Renewable fuels

Renewable fuels could cut truck emissions b...

Mar 08, 2021Comments off

The widespread use of high blend renewable fuels (HBRF) could reduce truck emissions by 46 million tonnes over the next decade, a study by Zemo

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