Scania reveals AXL cabless concept truck

Scania reveals AXL cabless concept truck

Swedish manufacturer lifts the lid on a new fully autonomous cabless tipper concept

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Industry "must do more" to educate customers on alt fuels

"The success or failure of the electric vehicle market in all of its many forms depends on consumers being comfortable with the technology"

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  • Fossil-free refrigeration specialist buys Cold Connect

    Fossil-free refrigeration specialist buys Cold Connect

    25th October 2019

    Swedish fossil-free refrigerated transport company Hultsteins has consolidated its position in the UK market after acquiring Cold Connect. Hultsteins specialises in fossil-free solutions for refrigerated truck transport, and the company hydraulic-powered refrigeration units have achieved a somewhat unique position in…

  • BTRA greenlights GTL Fuel for truck racing

    BTRA greenlights GTL Fuel for truck racing

    25th October 2019

    UK independent fuel and lubricants distributor Certas Energy has overseen the collaboration with the British Truck Racing Association (BTRA) and Shell to obtain FIA approval on the use of a cleaner-burning diesel alternative fuel. To help reduce local air emissions,…

  • MPs “shocked” over dire driver shortage statistics

    MPs “shocked” over dire driver shortage statistics

    25th October 2019

    Representatives from the UK road haulage industry have revealed the current driver shortage in the UK stands at around 60,000 – and have estimated the figure could rise to a shocking 150,000 by 2020. In addition, just one per cent…

  • Greencarrier invest in first all-electric trucks in China

    Greencarrier invest in first all-electric trucks in China

    16th September 2019

    Freight-forwarding company Greencarrier Freight Services has invested in the first all-electric trucks to be put to work in China. The vehicles, which have a range of approximately 240 km between charges, have already started work in Shanghai. Fitted with batteries…