One of Europe’s leading manufacturers of off-highway lubricants has announced the release of two new products designed to perform in the harshest of environments.
The new Volvo FL and Volvo FMX are now available at Euro-6 with the option of a four-door crew cab for operations such as fire and rescue services or roadside assistance.
Leading online retailer Argos has announced the launch of a fleet of newly branded trucks. The 76 vehicles, all sporting the new brand colours and designs announced this week, will take to the road this autumn.
Volvo Trucks has developed new technology which can eliminate the risk of accidents caused by a limited field of vision as it enables a vehicle to do a 360 degree scan of everything in its surroundings.
Twenty new series Volvo FH tractor units have entered service with highly-respected, Cambridgeshire-based, independent haulier Knowles Transport.
The A-series are setting the pace: from the Actros and Arocs to the Antos and Atego, Mercedes-Benz Trucks is the first European manufacturer to have rolled out its fleet with Euro VI technology.
The Retro Truck Show returns to the Heritage Motor Centre for its fourth year and due to its popularity, will take place over two days on Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 September. The show will feature a display of over 350 modern classic show trucks manufactured between 1960 and 2000 including manufacturers Volvo, Scania and Daf.
Volvo Trucks has announced that the new series, Euro 6-compliant FM, is now available fully configured for car transporter applications.
Volvo Trucks is expanding its model range in Europe with a new version of the Volvo FE running entirely on methane gas. The Volvo FE CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) has been primarily developed for operations involving short driving cycles with repeated stop:starts such as refuse collection and local distribution.
The first Mercedes-Benz Arocs to join the fleet of Birmingham-based Go Waste is already giving its new owners fuel for thought, with economical performance from the day it was delivered.
One of Britain’s biggest vegetable growers has hailed the flying start made by its first Euro VI trucks, 15 Mercedes-Benz Actros tractor units.
Computer distribution and installation specialist Paul Ponsonby has commissioned some high-tech hardware of its own in the shape of a specially-bodied 26-tonne Mercedes-Benz New Actros drawbar rigid.
Two into one does go: Joint Managing Directors Brian Kempson, left, and Roy Reed are now plotting an exciting future for Britain’s newest Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicle Dealer, Roanza.
Multimodal transport logistics provider AV Dawson had made its first investments in Mercedes-Benz trucks following impressive fuel returns from a pair of demonstration units.
Matthew Kibble Transport’s first Mercedes-Benz New Actros is beating the competition on fuel by an impressive half a mile per gallon.
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