DPF clean up urged as countdown to T-charge begins
Drivers of diesel vehicles are being urged to ensure they comply with the latest emissions legislation as the six months countdown to the additional £10 London congestion charge (known as the T-charge) takes effect.
TotalKare launches new electro-hydraulic two-post lift at Commercial Vehicle Sho
At the Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC, TotalKare – the UK’s number one provider of heavy-duty vehicle lifting solutions – will be launching its electro-hydraulic two-post lift with an installation on stand 4E60.
Last Chance to Enter Talent in Logistics Awards
The entry deadline for this year’s Talent in Logistics Awards has been extended to Friday 28th April.
My Car Check market guide: March 2017
My Car Check market guide: March 2017 New 17 plate and vehicle excise duty changes spark increased sales activity Used car of the month: Škoda Yeti Used bike of the month: Suzuki SV650 M
Highways England urged to make CCTV of “swerve to avoid” crashes available
Highways England urged to make CCTV of swerve to avoid crashes available to insurers Swerve to avoid video: http://www.englandhighways.co.uk/hazards/the-careless/ With distracted
IPF Ltd launches 3D printed “rubber” components
IPF adds Agilus30 to its range of 3d printing polymers. IPF2329-New-Materials-EN 14 March 2017 IPF Ltd launches 3D printed “rubber” components 3D printing and plastic CNC machining specialist, Industrial Plastics Fabrication Limited, has added the
PSM’s Cost Effective APT’s for the Marine Industry
PSM Instrumentation Ltd have announced the launch of their latest products, the Analogue Programmable Transmitters (APT), cost effective transmitters which are suitable and approved for the marine industry.
GateHouse Joining Key Data Sovereignty Work in IDS
News Flash For Immediate Release 14 March 2017 GateHouse Joining Key Data Sovereignty Work in IDS Supply chain data unifier participating in Working Groups and Taskforces to assist development of open
The safe way to work at height
Businesses whose employees routinely work at height appreciate that to comply with safety regulations they must use appropriate access equipment, yet those undertaking only occasional or seasonal activities may be unclear about their responsibilities.
Major investment reinforces Port of Garston as North West gateway
Investment in the world’s largest hydraulic crane is set to improve the strategic economic importance of the Port of Garston and reinforce its position as a gateway to the North West of England.
New crane to boost productivity at ABP’s Port of Garston
The UK’s leading port operator is set to grow its business in Liverpool after installing the world’s largest hydraulic crane on the north bank of the River Mersey.
GateHouse Telecom Showcasing Global Xpress Test Tool at Inmarsat Conferences
News Release For Immediate Release Nørresundby, Denmark 28th February 2017 GateHouse Telecom Showcasing Global Xpress Test Tool at Upcoming Inmarsat Conferences Ka-band tool simulates satellite connec
WORCESTERSHIRE BUSINESSES LOSING MONEY ON PROPERTY REPAIRS
Worcestershire businesses which rent commercial property are facing unexpected bills at the expiry of their leases, as they do not understand what building repairs they have to pay for, according to a leading Building Surveyor.
Used car bargains ahead of March new plate and motorbike sales set to soar
My Car Check market guide: February 2017 Used car bargains ahead of March new plate and motorbike sales set to soar Used car of the month: BMW 520d M Sport (2010-) Used bike of the month
RECORD YEAR FOR GJS DILLON VALUATION TEAM
GJS Dillon’s valuation team has got off to a flying start in 2017, after recording its best ever year for total of properties valued.