Royal Mail has placed an order for a further 45 tri-axle Lifting Deck trailers from existing supplier Don-Bur.
The entrepreneur Heinz Hermann Thiele, majority shareholder and longstanding CEO and Supervisory Board Chairman of Knorr-Bremse AG, died yesterday (February 23, 2021) at the age of 79 with his family in Munich.
As a result of the corona crisis, the issue of air quality is once again gaining in importance, including for vehicle manufacturers and suppliers.
UK supermarket chain Morrisons has upgraded its fleet capacity with a new order of 150 curtainsiders from Tiger Trailers equipped with a moving double deck.
A new textile treatment from Camira StaySafe is able to reduce the potential transmission risk of viruses from fabrics.
A report published by Fitch Ratings suggests that penalties for failure to meet new emissions targets in 2025 are encouraging truck manufacturers to invest in hydrogen fuel-cell technology.
Cavan-based haulage business, Angretia Haulage has just taken receipt of a brand-new DAF XF 530 FTP 6X2 from DAF Trucks Ireland.
Scania’s new disengageable tandem bogie axle is said to provide more sustainable multi-wheeler operation, reducing fuel consumption by up to three per cent.
A joint venture between Group Renault and Plug Power will focus on the development of a new range of alternative fuel vans.
Consortium Purchasing, led by William Stobart, has placed an order for at last 2,250 trucks from Scania. The deal is the largest ever placed in Europe for its commercial trucks.
The VECTO measurement tool developed by the European Commission to standardise emission testing for heavy duty vehicle manufacturers, has an obvious impact on OEMs.