14 Sep 2018
Continental executive says that the savings from going driverless will quickly compensate for any fully-autonomous price premium. By Steve Banner
Freight companies may discover that operating costs are not such a drag when semi-autonomous trucks can safely line up together to form an orderly, aerodynamic queue.
A well thought out racking system using lightweight – yet sturdy – materials can increase usable space, improve safety, speed up job completion and save on fuel. It’s an attractive combination.
13 Sep 2018
"We take complaints seriously; we act”, says John Hix as multiple schemes compete for national supremacy in van and truck accreditation. By Stephen Briers
Data helps the energy company identify savings and efficiencies, while planning keeps the fleet relevant and compliant. By Stephen Briers
5 Sep 2018
The FTA looks at the latest issues to affect vans and trucks. Here, it provides guidance on banksman signals and contraflow systems.
The FTA looks at the latest issues to affect vans and trucks, with a Q&A from Eamonn Brennan
21 Aug 2018
With so many imponderables facing fleet decision-makers it’s hardly surprising sales of new vans are softening and interest in the used market is on the increase . By Dean Bowkett
20 Aug 2018
Despite Brexit, vans of 2.5 tonnes-plus may still have to comply with EU rules, especially when deliveries take them across the border. By Steve Banner
16 Aug 2018
Man Truck & Bus MD says his business ‘forgot about our strengths’ but a reorganisation has put it back on song. By Stephen Briers and John Lewis