Daily Archives: November 1, 2012

Common sense prevails over Cleveland Bridge

November 1, 2012

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has welcomed the decision by the Department for Transport (DfT) to overturn the proposed turning ban on heavy lorries using the Grade II-listed Cleveland Bridge in Bath.

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More women behind the wheel in US

November 1, 2012
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The transport industry is still a male-dominated sector, despite of the shortage of drivers and calls for increased equality. However, in different parts of the world, there are crusaders who are working to bring about change and Ellen Voie is one of them. Her organisation, Women in Trucking, with the support of Volvo Trucks, has…

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Tyre labeling good news all-round – says FTA

November 1, 2012

Today (1 November 2012) sees the implementation of the EU regulation (1222/2009) on all new tyres on sale in Europe – which now have to be classified and labelled for fuel efficiency, wet grip and noise performance.

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Tyre labeling good news all-round – says FTA

November 1, 2012

Today, Thursday, November sees the implementation of the EU regulation (1222/2009) on all new tyres on sale in Europe – which now have to be classified and labelled for fuel efficiency, wet grip and noise performance.

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trg donates brand new car to Cancer Research UK

November 1, 2012

Leading logistics company trg has launched a national raffle in partnership with its customer Tesco Grocery Distribution, to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK. Wimbledon-based trg will be donating a brand-new Hyundai I30 to the raffle in a bid to raise £30,000 for the partnership.

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