Home / Tag Archives: safe (page 10)

Tag Archives: safe

FTA Ireland launches van accreditation scheme

FTA Ireland (FTAI) this week launches a pilot of its new van accreditation scheme, which aims to professionalise the van industry and enable operators to demonstrate compliance and excellence. The scheme follows the success of FTA Van Excellence in the UK, which sets demanding but achievable standards for van operation. …

Read More »

Renault Range C joins forces with Gerrards of Swindon for active service & ‘Free Courses For Ex-Forces’

Contract haulage specialist, Gerrards of Swinton, has taken delivery of seven Renault trucks – all 32-tonne Range C430 8-wheel tippers. Supplied by local Renault Trucks dealer, JDS Manchester, the Range Cs are additions to Gerrards of Swinton’s growing fleet of 14 trucks servicing the buoyant construction sector. They will also …

Read More »

How will connected vehicles affect us? By Richard Newbold, founder of Returnloads.net

What is connected vehicle technology? Connected vehicle technology is a wireless-based technology which enables vehicles to communicate with each other as well as traffic infrastructure such as traffic lights. They can communicate through devices which are installed on-board the vehicle which receives warning signals ahead of time about road closures, …

Read More »

Stertil Koni, commercial vehicle lift supplier, introduces agricultural vehicle lifting solution

Stertil Koni, the UK’s leading commercial vehicle lift supplier, has introduced a specially-designed solution for the lifting of agricultural vehicles and machinery. The new agricultural vehicle lifting system has been developed around Stertil Koni’s acclaimed range of wireless mobile column lifts and incorporates a number of special adapters and accessories …

Read More »

Blackpool benefits from new electric vehicle

Bradshaw Electric Vehicles has recently supplied Blackpool Council with an electric pedestrian controlled vehicle to help maintain street cleansing standards and service the litter bins within the Town Centre and Tourism Areas. The pedestrian controlled vehicle will assist with the day-to-day work that is carried out to keep the town …

Read More »