Continental Landscapes is cleaning up on the streets of south-west London with the help of a pair of 7.5-tonne Fuso Canters.
“Fuel efficient, reliable and spacious” is the verdict from leading steel carrying haulier, A Hingley Transport, following its ‘top secret’ 12 month trial of Renault Trucks’ new T-range tractor.
Jeffreys Haulage ordered its first four Stralis Hi-Way (AS440S46TX/P) twin-steer tractor units after seeing the International Truck of the Year 2013 on the Iveco stand at the CV Show.
UD Trucks, part of the Volvo Group, has launched Quester, a new heavy-duty truck range developed specifically for growth markets.
Company expansion has led nationwide bulk powder distributors, Damac Transporters, to add a further 10 Renault trucks to its 38-strong all Renault fleet.
The Volvo FH16 - Volvo’s new truck for heavy long-haul operations - has been tested in the toughest of all environments: Australia.
One of Britain’s biggest privately-owned transport companies has been presented with its 100th fuel-efficient New Actros tractor unit from Mercedes-Benz.
Trevor Ratcliffe’s new Volvo FH16-750 having made an instant and lasting impression at the recent Truckfest at Peterborough went on to take the ‘Top Truck 2013’ award back home at the re-established Mondello Truck Show.
Clipper Logistics has taken delivery of its first six new Stralis Hi-Way (AS440S46TX/P) 6x2 twin-steer tractor units, increasing the percentage of Ivecos in its fleet to 80 per cent.
Brit European is running its first fleets of fuel-efficient New Actros tractor units and carbon-busting dual-fuel trucks from Mercedes-Benz.
The first Mercedes-Benz New Actros tractor units to wear the colours of Gloucestershire bulk haulier T Barry have made a flying start, setting new standards for fuel efficiency from the outset.
A Mercedes-Benz New Actros left trucks from every other major manufacturer trailing in its wake in a fuel-efficiency trial staged by temperature-controlled distribution specialist McCulla (Ireland).
Container transport specialist IPL Haulage is hoping to slash its fuel costs after veering away from its established supplier to purchase its first Mercedes-Benz trucks.
The popular Retro Truck Show returns for a third year to the Heritage Motor Centre on Sunday 15 September. The show, which features a fantastic collection of modern classic trucks manufactured between 1960 and 2000, is arranged by enthusiasts for enthusiasts.
A long-term, profitable relationship with his local dealer and 'almost perfect reliability' of other Volvo eight-wheelers in the fleet were just two of the factors which convinced Nick Elliott, managing director of Elliotts (Cheltenham) Ltd., to invest in two new FM 8x4 tippers.
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