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Out now: Commercial Motor 13 February

  • 13 February 2014
  • By Ashleigh Wight

This week’s issue of Commercial Motor is out today (13 February). Inside we say goodbye to the Ford Transit Custom, but welcome the new (large) Transit set to go on sale in April.

This week’s issue also includes:

  • Sheffield haulier DBL Logistics explains why it made the transition from parcels to pallets.
  • Operators in the construction sector tell CM how the recession and current building boom affected their businesses.
  • Bell Trailers celebrates 25 years in the rental industry.
  • Every police force in England and Wales is now using automatic number plate recognition technology, but does it raise privacy concerns?
  • Legal case of the week: South East TC Nick Denton issues a warning to restricted O-licence holders after a scaffolding firm is suspended for prolonged drivers’ hours shortcomings.
  • The latest industry news: Pallet-Track to launch Scottish network; Wincanton on the hunt for subcontractors and owner drivers; more fixed penalty notices handed out to cyclists than to HGVs.

Don’t forget to pick up your issue of CM in an MSA or newsagent today for all of this, plus the best used truck and trailer offers. Or why not subscribe to get yours delivered to you?


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