The bar was raised high for the 25th anniversary of the Transport News Scottish Rewards, as the full house of 600 hauliers anticipated an exceptional edition of the annual presentation ceremony.
This year Harsh reports a surge ahead on all fronts, the company’s ninth successive year of growth across the full variety of its product lines. And that success has been greatest in Scotland.
Renault Trucks has started manufacturing its own second hand Euro 6, 18 tonners in a specially constructed used trucks factory next to its sprawling ‘new truck’ assembly line near Lyon.
The construction industry often depends on Scania for innovative transport solutions and Kevin Swallow put the all new XT through its paces to see if it equates with tipper industry demands.
While MV Commercial might have only shifted 20 miles west along the M8, this move is indicative of far more long-term plans for this burgeoning truck build and hire operation, as Transport News reveals…
At the Scottish Rewards, Iveco asked one of its customers on stage: Graham Thomas, head of supermarket Ocado, who had recently bought 29, LNG fuelled 460hp Stralis NP tractor units.
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