• Truckfest Beckons

    Truckfest Beckons

    UK Truckfest action moves north of the border once again with Truckfest Scotland taking place at the Royal Highland Centre on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 August and of course, in association with Transport News.

  • Three into one

    Three into one

    After outgrowing its three sites, XS Transport has invested a seven figure sum into a new, fit for purpose depot in Grangemouth and now the company is poised to kick on again.

  • Sun Drenched APSE

    Sun Drenched APSE

    Sun drenched Aviemore provided a stunning backdrop for the 2019 APSE Local Authorities Seminar and Exhibition of utilities vehicles ranging from refuse collectors to gritters and even a fire tender.

  • Renault D26 On Test

    Renault D26 On Test

    Choosing something functional for the final mile delivery is a tried and tested formula used by operators. Kevin Swallow spends the day in a Renault D26 to see if that philosophy still holds firm.

  • Look No Mirrors!

    Look No Mirrors!

    Mercedes-Benz has updated the Actros heavy truck range with new technologies. The most noticeable innovation is that something is missing from both doors, as Actros now boasts MirrorCam.

  • Future Proofing Irtec

    Future Proofing Irtec

    High powered IRTE conference, hosted by GTG in Glasgow, takes a futuristic look at road transport engineering, suggesting developments in irtec and IRTE workshop accreditations to future proof both.

  • CV Show Pictorial

    CV Show Pictorial

    Truck and van manufacturers have powered up their move towards electric vehicles becoming the mid-century norm: all revealed at the NEC in a CV Show which will hit the history books…



    Tyre distributor Soltyre can afford to calmly watch the growing development of alternative fuels in trucks. After all, whether diesel, gas or electric powered, they will all run on rubber tyres!



    Tip-ex and Tank-ex at Harrogate has grown into a must attend event for those involved in the tipper, bulk transport and tanker sectors and this year will be no exception…



    Governments that want truck makers to introduce alternative fuel solutions must ensure that the necessary supplies of energy and the infrastructure needed to deliver them are in place. So says MAN’s Goran Nyberg.