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Volvo delivers ‘unequalled specification’ for Flemings

Published: 18 June 2018

Removals business Flemings of Rosyth has taken delivery of two Volvo FL rigids – its first new Volvo trucks for two decades.

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Clean sweep for Mercedes at GS Hughes

Published: 18 June 2018

Aggregates business GS Hughes has taken delivery of 20 Mercedes-Benz Arocs, completing the upgrade of its 42-strong fleet to 100% Mercedes-Benz.

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Optare secures first order for Metrodecker from Reading Buses

Published: 18 June 2018

Reading Buses has ordered five Metrodecker Euro VI double-deckers from Optare – the manufacturer’s first order for the new vehicle.

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Ipswich buses begins trial of biogas double-decker

Published: 15 June 2018

Ipswich Buses has started a six-week trial of a biogas-powered bus, which it hopes will deliver up to 84% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions compared to an equivalent diesel-powered vehicle.

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