Saturday 16th Feb 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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New factory for Tiger Trailers

Tiger Trailers, has moved into its £22 million factory at Winsford in Cheshire, which will enable it to double production capacity in the next 12-months.

58 Caddys for tea company

Newcastle-based tea company Ringtons has added 58 Volkswagen Caddy vans plus a Transporter and Crafter to its fleet.

Heavy truck market falls 4pc in 2018

Some 43,103 heavy trucks were registered on UK roads in 2018, almost two thousand fewer than in 2017, according to full year figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

7,800 hauliers claim compensation for truck price fixing

More than 7,800 truck operators have signed up or registered to the Road Haulage Association’s claim for compensation from a group of commercial vehicle manufacturers who were found to be operating a price fixing cartel.

AB InBev trials LNG deliveries

Budweiser, Stella Artois, Beck’s and Bud Light brewer AB InBev is to trial the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to make beer deliveries as it aims to meet its 2025 Sustainability Goals of reducing 25 per cent of CO2 emissions across the value chain.

DAF leads UK market for heavy trucks  

DAF Trucks hit a market share of 16.6 per cent in Europe in the heavy truck segment and a 9 per cent share in the light truck segment in 2018.

Reading council takes 10 Range D Renault trucks

Renault Trucks is to supply Reading Borough Council with 7 Range D12 tippers, a D16 tipper grab, D18 tipper and C2300 18t gulley sucker truck to replace some of its fleet of 240 vehicles.