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Samworth Brothers Supply Chain chooses Carrier Transicold Vector eCool units

Samworth Brothers Supply Chain selects electric Carrier Transicold Vector eCool units to move fleet toward zero emissions

Mercedes Econic is a winner for Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council

Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council stuck to a tried and tested formula for its latest refuse collection trucks - the Mercedes Econics.

James Hall & Co. orders engineless Carrier Transicold Syberia units

James Hall & Co. has taken delivery of three new Volvo FE rigid trucks, with the company's first Carrier Transicold Syberia MT (multi-temperature) engineless units.

Bolton Council opts for 19 new Mercedes Econics

Bolton Council has added 19 six-wheel Mercedes Econic chassis to its refuse collection fleet with two types of Faun Zoeller body.

Arnold Plant Hire upgrades to Volvo FH Globetrotter 8×2 rigid

Arnold Plant Hire has upgraded to a Volvo FH Globetrotter 8x2 rigid.

DAF Trucks rolls-out dedicated Electric Vehicle technician training

DAF trucks has announced dedicated EV product training for DAF Technicians at their Academy.

Schmitz Cargobull trailers are the top choice for DWP & Sons

Customer demand has prompted transport business DWP & Sons to extend its fleet with seven refrigerated trailers from Schmitz Cargobull.

Flogas Britain moves up the Isuzu truck range benefits

Moving up the Isuzu truck range benefits Flogas Britain.

Government is playing ‘Russian roulette’ after relaxing HGV rules

The Government is playing 'Russian roulette' with road users' safety, a union claims.

A.F. Blakemore & Son adds 10 Volvo FMs to fleet

Ten new Volvo FM 6x2 tractor units have been delivered to A.F. Blakemore & Son's food distribution fleet.

Remote monitoring centre boosts Gasrec’s safety and reliability

New remote monitoring centre takes Gasrec's safety and reliability to the next level.

Government plan to extend lorry driver hours is ‘dangerous’, warns Unite

Government's plan to extend lorry driver hours is not solving the problem and is dangerous, warns Unite.