Posts Tagged ‘Volvo Trucks’

  • Chestnutt Animal Feeds adds more Volvo trucks

    on Oct 4, 18 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Chestnutt Animal Feeds adds more Volvo trucks

    Chestnutt Animal Feeds of Stranocum, the Northern Irish-based business that offers a complete solution for the manufacturing and distribution of animal feed has recently expanded its fleet with two new trucks. The Volvo FM-420 8×4 tridem vehicles will allow for resourceful and efficient loading and distribution of the animal feed which is manufactured at the mill

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  • Volvo Trucks introduces new monitoring services to maximise uptime

    on Sep 13, 18 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Volvo Trucks introduces new monitoring services to maximise uptime

    Volvo Trucks is using new methods to monitor and analyse critical components in real-time in order to take care of potential malfunctions before they interfere with the customer´s business. For example, a new tyre management service has been launched in Sweden as well as a major test pilot for advanced monitoring of trucks in Europe. By also applying machine learning, the accuracy of predicting and preventing unplanned stops will be improved even further

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  • Volvo Trucks’ pioneering automation

    on Feb 24, 18 • in General News, News, UK News • with Comments Off on Volvo Trucks’ pioneering automation

    The steady advance of vehicle automation enables exciting possibilities for the transport industry and society as a whole. And Volvo Trucks has been at the forefront of this evolution for well over two decades. A newly-released two-part film presents the Volvo Trucks view on how automation is set to transform the way we live and work in the coming years

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  • Volvo Trucks introduces new battery system

    on Dec 17, 17 • in General News, News, UK News • with Comments Off on Volvo Trucks introduces new battery system

    Volvo Trucks is introducing a new battery system for its FH and FM ranges, which provides sufficient power for all in-cab functions while also reducing the risk of standstill due to discharged batteries

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