• TIP-EX PICTORIAL

    TIP-EX PICTORIAL

    Chassis manufacturers can trim it back a bit, but body builders are really losing it – weight that is, and Tip-ex visitors were treated to promises of increased profit-making payloads.

     
  • GLASGOW DAILY

    GLASGOW DAILY

    Iveco’s latest Daily Blue Power range offers light commercial vehicle buyers a solution, as Glasgow looks to create its own Low Emission Zone (LEZ) requiring all vehicles to have Euro 6 engines.

     
  • SCHMITZ EXPANSION

    SCHMITZ EXPANSION

    Trailer manufacturer Schmitz Cargobull is continuing to expand at a record-breaking pace, opening a new plant in Turkey and introducing a steady stream of new and upgraded products.

     
  • ACTROS 1 ON TEST

    ACTROS 1 ON TEST

    Transport News got its hands on the first Actros1 from Mercedes-Benz. To see if this fancy motor can pay its way, Kevin Swallow took it round our gruelling Scottish test route.

     
  • 70 YEARS OF BRS

    70 YEARS OF BRS

    BRS is celebrating the role it has played in the history of British transport over the last 70 years and will be marking this key milestone with colleagues and customers throughout the year.

     
  • 90 YEARS OF DAF

    90 YEARS OF DAF

    18 DAF Trucks celebrated its 90th anniversary by stepping back through the years with some timeless classic and retro trucks, before offering a glimpse into the future with platooning vehicles.

     
  • Longman roundabout in Inverness

    THE DESIGN work to upgrade the traffic bottleneck at Longman roundabout in Inverness has reached an important milestone. The public are now able to see and comment on five options that have been developed for […]

     
  • Apse in Sunshine

    Apse in Sunshine

    Local authority fleets were on truck manufacturers’ radar at the Annual APSE Show in Aviemore which has become the place to launch innovative solutions. Alistair Vallance caught up with the ‘scoops’.

     
  • Urban Scanias

    Urban Scanias

    Scania unveiled its urban truck range of vehicles with the focus on improving safety for vulnerable road users and moving towards greener fuels. Kevin Swallow travelled to Stockholm and stepped aboard.

     
  • Cab Robots

    Cab Robots

    An impressive army of nearly 300 robot workers at Scania’s hi-tech Oskarshamn plant is helping to build the Swedish manufacturer’s latest New Generation cabs. Brian Weatherley investigated.