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Out Now! Commercial Motor 24 January issue

  • 24 January 2013
  • By Ashleigh Wight

The latest issue of Commercial Motor is out today (24 January). Pick up your copy for the latest road haulage news, thousands of used trucks and trailers and part four of our free Operator CPC course.

This week’s issue includes:

  • What’s next for truck finance? CM asks what happens next after ING Lease pulled out of the market last year.
  • CM looks back at Scammell’s history and why its closure was a blow to the UK’s truck manufacturing industry.
  • Buyers’ guide: What should you look out for when buying insurance for your fleet and how can you minimise the cost without jeopardising protection?
  • Pursuing unpaid debts: what legal remedies are there to recover debts from a customer who doesn’t pay after a final reminder?
  • The latest legal cases: A plant hire firm wins an appeal to have its O-licence application reheard, Highland Car Crushers has its appeal to overturn the revocation of its O-licence turned down and a North London skip operator has its O-licence suspended.
  • The latest industry news: Stobart discontinues its chilled business, sells its automotive after-sales division and shakes up its board of directors, hauliers are urged to order their longer semi-trailers before it’s too late, Sims Worldwide Logistics creditors admit they don’t expect to see the money they are owed, the ATF Operators Association is formed, and the Freight Transport Association slams JAUPT’s changes to Driver CPC course approval.

All this and more only in this week’s issue of Commercial Motor, in newsagents today. Pick up your copy or subscribe to receive 25% off the cover price for a year and unlimited access to the Commercial Motor Archive.


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