Monday 24th Sep 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Goodyear launches CO2-reducing tyres

Goodyear has released a range of fuel-efficient tyres Fuelmax Performance which uses a silica tread compound technology to help dedicated long haul-fleets to optimise fuel savings.

Ford unveils new 2-tonne Transit

Ford has unveiled its new 2-tonne Transit model at the IAA Commercial Vehicle show in Hannover, which it says provides increased load-carrying capability and upgraded powertrains that optimises fuel efficiency by up to seven per cent.

More smart glasses for Fiege

Fiege has expanded its pick-by-vision capability with an order for 40 more pairs of Picavi smart glasses for its site at Worms near Mannheim, and introduced the system at its branch at Großbeeren near Berlin.

HSE ends confusion on hand pallet truck regs

The Health & Safety Executive has confirmed that hand pallet trucks with maximum lifting heights below 300 mm are not subject to LOLER (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations) after confusion over the requirements of the regulations.

Konecrane supplies Weserport with harbour crane

Weserport has introduced a new mobile harbour crane manufactured by Konecranes to replace the gantry slewing crane previously used to handle break bulk cargo and project loads at its terminal 1.

Ford to unveil production Transit hybrid

Ford is unveiling the production version of its plug-in hybrid Transit Custom at the IAA Show in Hannover later this month, alongside a new 48-volt mild hybrid (mHEV) power train.

Van market grows 5pc

The van market grew last month according to figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. Just over 16,000 new LCVs were registered August, representing a 5.0 per cent increase in demand.