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Out Now! Commercial Motor 11 July

  • 11 July 2013
  • By Ashleigh Wight

This week’s issue of Commercial Motor magazine (11 July) hits the newsstand today! Make sure you pick up your copy for more on Daimler‘s aim for world truckmarket domination, plus hundreds of used trucks and trailers for sale if you are looking to update your fleet.

This week’s issue also includes:

  • CM’s latest installment of our in-depth guide to Euro-6, focusing on the after treatment system and the chassis.
  • Bull Transport tells the story of how the small company has grown from agricultural roots to a firm with some big achievements under its belt.
  • No haulier wants to find themselves in the middle of a manslaughter investigation, but what happens if an employee or someone else is killed as a consequence of their work?
  • Transervice Express Transport explains why it has made the move from buying new to purchasing used trucks.
  • June’s Trucking Britain survey asks hauliers what they think of Vosa’s OCRS, with some very mixed opinions.
  • The latest industry news: It is still doubtful whether a surge in new sales ahead of the Euro-6 deadline will happen, despite an increase in new truck registrations in June; Vosa reveals plans to address the concerns of operators in the grey OCRS band; administrator’s documents show Deben Transport bought the assets of failed Elite Transport Services for just £75,000, and a director is disqualified after he dodges a Vosa inspection opting for the Cheltenham Festival instead.

Make sure you pick up this week’s issue of Commercial Motor at a newsagent or MSA for all this, plus much more. Or why not subscribe to get it delivered directly to your door?


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