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FM Conway ‘revolutionises’ maintenance processes with Freeway

Published: 19 April 2018

Infrastructure services company FM Conway has implemented a maintenance management system from Freeway Fleet Systems – and says the system has “revolutionised” its operation.

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Scottish haulier hooks up with Tiger for four new curtainsiders

Published: 19 April 2018

Haulier Hayton Coulthard has taken delivery of four new curtainsider trailers from Tiger Trailers, after seeing impressive results from a seed trailer which has been in its fleet since 2016.

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Camera action: guide to GDPR implications

Published: 19 April 2018

Brigade Electronics is offering a free guidance pack on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its effect on vehicle cameras and recording equipment.

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Body damage tops list on vehicle safety checks

Published: 18 April 2018

Body damage is the most common issue identified during commercial vehicle safety checks, followed by windscreen damage, mechanical noises, failed bulbs and internal damage.

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