CD Enviro has increased its product assembly space by 32%, enabling it to produce 60 additional machines every year.
A ground-breaking construction vehicle from Mercedes-Benz has been launched by the City of London Corporation in the Square Mile.
New guidelines for sentences imposed on companies for death and injury in the workplace should serve as a serious wake-up call for companies, says Licence Bureau.
Making its Scotplant debut, the Loadex 100 is a retrofittable scale installed on both tracked and wheeled 360o excavators to weigh the amount of material in the bucket, grab or clamshell.
An updated range of aftermarket municipal brushes is being launched by Brush Technology. These one-piece belly brushes are designed to work on all modern municipal truck-mounted sweepers such as Scarab and Johnston vehicles.
Brigade Electronics will return to the CV Show this year, 40 years after the company made its debut at the same show in Earl's Court, London.
SHB Hire has purchased a new depot in central Gloucester allowing it to relocate to a facility from which it can grow and develop its workshops and bodyshop
Contract hire and fleet management company Specialist Fleet Services Ltd (SFS) and its subsidiary companies, Five Arrows Vehicle Finance (FAVF) and Collett Transport Services (CTS), have been acquired by Paragon Bank PLC, part of The Paragon Group of Companies PLC.
Isuzu Truck (UK) Ltd and TVS Supply Chain Solutions have marked 20 years of collaboration by signing a new three-year contract renewal.
Nottingham has secured £6.1m for the first ‘Go Ultra Low Cities' scheme - set up by the Office for Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV) - with the help ofCenex, the UK's first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies.
Kubota UK has launched a bespoke finance solution for its range of construction machinery.
Kubota UK, the market leading machinery manufacturer, has signed up as an partner of Northampton Saints – one of the biggest and best supported teams in the Aviva Premiership, England's top flight of Rugby Union.
UK-based Tevva Motors has developed an electric range extended drivetrain which can reduce and even avoid producing emissions completely thanks to ground-breaking new predictive software
The Doosan DX140LC-5 14 tonne crawler excavator has been launched by Doosan Construction Equipment.
A high-vision, safer tipper vehicle which improves road safety for cyclists and other vulnerable road users has gone into action with City of London, the first local authority to use the vehicle in London.
Two new types of film for vehicle graphics have been introduced by 3M.
Biffa has launched its new emergency waste removal service - Oncecall - with a quartet of Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans.
Liverpool-based engine care specialist, Cataclean, has won a major contract to supply one of its flagship products to the RAC's entire fleet of UK patrol vehicles.
A major public transport organisation has become the first to affiliate to industry watchdog Electronics Watch.
Fleets that persist in using spreadsheets to manage their activities are falling further and further behind best practice, warns fleet software specialist Chevin.
Fleet management company Fraikin has retained itsstatus as a supplier to the public sector after a rigorous tender process.
A study into present and future telematics trends in the commercial vehicle industry has been conducted by Mix Telematics across four key European markets; UK, France, Germany and Spain.
Roadworkconsultancy specialist Develop Training Ltd (DTL) has been appointed to provide signing, lighting and guarding awareness training for the Transport Division of Edinburgh Council.
The new Cornereye camera monitor system provides a view on blind spots around trucks, and is a vision system that combines digital technology with an application solution. With an advanced HD monitor and a robust camera, Orlaco is offering a vision solution that covers a field of vision that satisfies the criteria of vision classes V and VI.
A plan to water down and delay stricter emissions tests for diesel cars has been rejected by MEPs in the European Parliament's Environment Committee.
Isuzu Truck has is reducing prices of selected genuine parts to members of the Isuzu Genuine Parts Club in a winter campaign.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched its popular Caddy Life and Caddy panel vans and its Caravelle with petrol engines. The move comes in the wake of the diesel emissions scandal.
A new camera system has been produced by Orlaco to cover blind spots around trucks.
Leeds-based The Gritting Company has taken delivery of two 18-tonne GVW, Volvo FL 4x2 rigids from Crossroads Truck and Bus of Birstall, West Yorkshire.
Reading Buses has taken on the Optare Metrodecker demonstrator vehicle for a one month trial.
The first Isuzu truck has been added to Orpington-based Road Runners Recovery Service's fleet.
Finance packages for wheelchair-friendly transport are being offered by specialist vehicle manufacturer Brotherwood in partnership with contract hire specialist LVC Mobility.
A UK low carbon technology research centre has added a truck performance simulation to its arsenal to help fleets evaluate cost and carbon emission savings from gas-fuelled trucks.
Low carbon vehicle specialist Torotrak Group is presenting its solution to the conflicting demands of increased urban transport capacity and improved inner-city air quality at a conference in Berlin between December 7-10.
New powers that would allow the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to stop unlicensed people from driving a vehicle without involving the police, would help improve road safety, says Richard Brown, managing director of Licencecheck, a licence verification company.
One hundred free and fully accredited Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (DCPC) Staying Legal courses are now available through the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS).
The Society of Operations Engineers (SOE) is playing a major part in the development of three new commercial vehicle apprenticeship standards.
Delegates from across the bus and coach sector met at the inaugural CILT Busmark Member Meeting in London in November for presentations highlighting the value of benchmarking.
FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, has responded to the call from the transport industry for a single, UK-wide compliance standard, saying ‘FORS is already in place'.
Independent waste and recycling company O'Donovan Waste Disposal has invested in new equipment to further enhance its waste processing and recycling capabilities.
Wiltshire-based Hills Waste Solutions has bought a new Volvo FM 8x4 Tridem for commercial waste collections in the county.
Shetlands Island Council has purchased a 9.7m Solo bus manufactured by Optare.
Fleet managers are being urged to include driver audits in their licence-checking and risk prevention strategy by the Licence Bureau, the independent licence and compliance-checking company.
Hills Waste Solutions is one of the first operators in the UK to specify Volvo's Active Safety Package on three new FH-500, 6x2 tractor units bought for the company's bulk articulated fleet.
Welfare vehicles for mobile workforces are being produced by Doncaster-based Clarks Vehicle Conversions from Vauxhall Movanos.
Harnessflex has launched its new high temperature range of conduit and fittings for the automotive market.
Merseytravel, the local transport executive, has added three all-electric Nissan eNV200 to its fleet of 40 vehicles.
For the second consecutive year, a technical team representing Isuzu Truck UK finished in the top three in Isuzu's annual World Technical Competition in Japan.
Quadzilla, the quad and ATV distributor, has launched a new vehicle, the Quadzilla CForce 450S.
Lili Waste Services has bought two Volvo FE for w6x2 rigid trucks for trade and commercial waste collection in Sheffield, Hull and Leeds.
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