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transport engineer articles

Goodyear launches retreading guarantee

Published: 28 March 2017

Goodyear has launched a new campaign which sees the tyre manufacturer guaranteeing that it will accept 100% of casings for retreading.

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Charles Saunders weighs in with Isuzu Forward 11-tonners

Published: 28 March 2017

Charles Saunders Food Service has expanded its fleet with the addition of 10 Isuzu Forward 11-tonne rigids, part of a strategy to move its fleet from 7.5-tonners to 11-tonners.

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Michelin launches Driver CPC training

Published: 28 March 2017

Michelin is now offering Driver CPC courses designed to give drivers better tyre knowledge of HGVs and PSVs.

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Thames Group goes with the Mercedes Actros flow

Published: 27 March 2017

Three months after they entered service, seven Mercedes-Benz Actros tractor units are out-performing general haulier Thames Group’s Swedish-built trucks by at least one mile per gallon, and often more.

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