• 4000 Series transmission

    ALLISON Transmission has produced its 500,000th fully automatic 4000 Series transmission, used in applications that include refuse, construction, fire and emergency, distribution, coach and transit bus, and motorhomes. Allison began producing the 4000 Series transmission […]

  • two more dualling projects

    THE WORK to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness is moving on apace, said cabinet secretary Keith Brown. ‘Hot on the heels of awarding a ground investigation contract for the Dalraddy to Slochd dualling […]

  • 0% finance deal

    TO CELEBRATE being named the ‘Best Builder’s Truck’ for the sixth year running Isuzu Truck UK has launched a 0% finance deal for its Grafter N35.120T twin rear wheeled tipper models, with 50 of these […]

  • OPTAC3 tachograph analysis software

    STONERIDGE is working with the DVSA on it’s Earned Recognition Scheme Pilot with their OPTAC3 tachograph analysis software. Amanda Robertson, VP aftermarket sales commented: ‘This is a great opportunity for Stoneridge customers to be involved […]

  • balance out the testing

    NEW ROADWORTHINES legislation means that many vehicles which have not been in scope for an annual test will now be required to take one. But a phased approach will help ensure that industry has more […]

  • dedicated gas powered engine

    SCANIA has introduced a new 13 litre dedicated gas powered engine. Rated at 410hp, the new engine joins existing 280 and 340hp nine litre dedicated gas units. ‘With 2,000Nm torque from 1,100rpm through to 1,400rpm, […]

  • FPS EXPO 2018

    FPS EXPO organised by heating oil trade association, The Federation of Petroleum Suppliers, is the oil industry event of the year and is returning to the Liverpool Exhibition Centre on 18/19 April 2018 with many […]

  • Stark Brexit Border Warning

    THE RHA says the government must engage urgently with the haulage industry to avoid border and customs chaos after Brexit. Chief executive Richard Burnett told a discussion at the House of Commons that the industry […]

  • Self Employment Advice Can Be Dodgy

    THE RHA is calling on both hauliers and drivers to be aware of taking the wrong tax advice on employment status. It follows news that HMRC have taken action against those driving agencies and managed […]


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