Back In Production

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Coronavirus has hit the commercial vehicle sector hard, and a recent pan-European event discussed how to put the industry back in business. Transport News reports back from the ‘Putting the EU auto industry back on […]

Raising Cash

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Right now, money is cheap. Those institutions stockpiling cash are being ‘encouraged’ to lend. Transport News considers what options are now the most viable for hauliers looking to update their fleet and with coronavirus and […]

Scania V8 plan

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Following last month’s launch of Scania’s V8 770hp engine, Transport News speaks to sales director Vincente Connolly about the importance of the behemoth to the UK market. He also assesses Scania’s market performance and how […]

Future Concerns

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The Orwell Youth Prize is an annual programme for 12 to 18 year olds culminating in a writing prize. It’s rooted in George Orwell’s values of integrity and fairness. Tom Finlayson is a junior 2020 […]

show success

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The road freight industry got a chance to meet in 2020 at the virtual Commercial Motor Show to see new products and services, as well as discuss legislation, understand proposed Brexit procedures, product launches, solve […]

Scania Power Grab

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It’s been arguably the worst kept secret among big truck aficionados this year; now it has finally arrived. A brand new 770hp engine crowns Scania’s new look V8 range, making it the most powerful series […]

Range relaunch

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The first major casualty of Covid-19 was Volvo Trucks’ launch of its all new FM and FMX and revamped FH range. Back in June, the road transport press experienced the new products first-hand ahead of […]

All Electric

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Truck operators are facing a future without diesel and the manufacturers, some familiar and others less well known, are developing and innovating their electric vehicle products to make the leap from short haul to long […]