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Renault launch

Renault Trucks UK will launch its Euro 4 strategy at the Commercial Vehicle Show, 25-27 April 2006 at the NEC, Birmingham.

Even more power

Trunking vehicles have been increasing in power year by year and that seems to be continuing.

Make your mind up time

The advice from the government is that operators will need to be ready to use digital tachographs in new HGVs and PSVs from May this year.

Nissan on light duty

Nissan are to supply Renault Trucks S.A.S with its own brand of light duty vehicles through its specialised dealer network.

Lean machines

Leaner, greener and meaner must be the way ahead for the automotive supply chain of the future. But is the sector tunned-up for high performance?

The new complexity

Global networks of diverse suppliers have increased the length of supply chains, and with it the risks. The ‘new complexity’ means that assemblers are dependent on multiple logistics providers working in close collaboration. Can they deliver the required

Making stock replenishment easier

As supplier to more than 500 dealers throughout the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands, the Nissan/Renault Parts distribution centre at Magna Park in Leicestershire is one of the largest and most active installations of its kind.

Poor performance levels lead to brand switch

Kalon Decorative Products is midway through replacing its entire fleet of 3.5 tonne van with Iveco Daily City Trucks. More than 80 Dailys went into operation at Kalon during 2003, and similar numbers are expected to be ordered during 2004 and 2005.

Hammond keeps Suzuki moving

Suzuki GB has awarded a contract to Hammond Logistics to provide warehousing at Redhill, Surrey, for a further three years.