LAPV March 2017 has been published

LAPV March 2017

Published:  06 April, 2017

Read your digital issue now. What is being covered in LAPV March 2017?

  • The latest news on industry, contracts won, and new product developments.
  • Future Fleet Forum will have a truly international perspective when it takes place at the Guildhall in London on January 24-25 2018.
  • Senior traffic commissioner Beverley Bell had a strong message for transport managers at the Redbridge public sector show, says Phil Clifford.
  • Last year, Johnston Sweepers saw truck-mounted sweeper number 28,000 roll off its production line and into service.
  • Real-world data capture on emissions and fleet efficiency holds the key to smart, future-proofed fleet-purchasing decisions.
  • With the recent launch of its 3G digital recording facility, Brigade Electronics is taking on-vehicle camera safety to a new level.
  • As the move to greener alternatives gathers momentum, it is important to consider engine technology that is fit for purpose.
  • Rochdale Borough Council has become the first council in Greater Manchester to adopt the Autologic automatic gritting technology.
  • Sweepers could be gathering valuable resources and boosting council coffers by recycling waste into a resource.
  • Public buying organisations can help fleet managers make smarter procurement decisions, save time, and achieve better value for money, argue two procurement experts.
  • Many councils and contractors are recognising that multi-purpose vehicles for highways and ground maintenance are the way forward.
  • A contract hire agreement between SFS and Lichfield District Council and Tamworth Borough Council’s Joint Waste Services is now one year in, and the company has added value in a number of ways.
  • The new Hako Citymaster 2200 is now available in the UK. LAPV's Steve Banner travelled to Germany to take it for a test drive.

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What is coming up in LAPV June 2017?

LAPV June 2017

Deadline: May 22, 2017

 

Special focus:

Workshop Management solutions

 

Technical reports:

RCVs for 2017

Sweepers

Waste handling equipment and earthmovers

Bin lifts

Grounds maintenance equipment

 Efficiency:

Safety for vulnerable road users

Vehicle test

 To participate in this issue editorially, please contact Ann-Marie Knegt.

To advertise in this issue contact Jason Pidgeon.

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  • Future Fleet Forum 2016 – setting new standards 

    Back by popular demand, the second LAPV Future Fleet Forum held on 29 June, at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire, is all set to shine a spotlight on the shape of things to come in the local authority fleet management industry. The highlight of the event will be the keynote address from Keith Kerman, the Deputy comMissioner and chief fleet officer of the city of new york, the largest municipal fleet in the USA.

  • Sant Cugat del Valles integrates the latest waste and street cleansing technology 

    The district of Sant Cugat del Valles is situated close to Barcelona in the heart of Catalonia. It is home to a population of 86,000 inhabitants. The management of waste collection in Sant Cugat is a very important task. The district needs the latest specification equipment for delivering an integrated waste management system to both residents and tourists all year round, writes Tim Byrne, a chartered waste manager.

  • Improving vehicle safety and reducing insurance costs 

    According to Brigade Electronics the two biggest issues for operators of local authority vehicles are improving safety and reducing costs associated with damages, false claims and rising insurance costs. This is backed up by the Health and Safety Executive report Mapping Health and Safety Standards in the UK Waste Industry, which says 60% of accidents in the industry were caused by workplace transport.

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  • Fuel savers 

    As the UK moves beyond a throwaway society local authorities are having to make big strides in their waste management initiatives to ensure they keep up with the increase in recyclables, writes Nick Preston, commercial and marketing director of Faun Zoeller.

  • New hybrid RCV reaches UK shores 

    NTM's Hybrid KGLS-2B is a specialist recycling vehicle that collects two fractions of waste at once, and it is heading to our shores to make its debut at RWM in Birmingham.

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