Morayshire firm Limehillock Quarries is using a high-spec Volvo tractor unit to transport equipment to sites across the north of Scotland. 'A substantial investment,' says the company.
A Scots traffic management company has improved fleet safety and efficiency by using a mobile application with integrated telematics. The integrated telematics and camera system can reduce accident rates by up to 39%.
AB2000 is replacing more than half of its 50-strong van fleet with new vehicles. It’s the first time the Glasgow-based company – acquired last year by the Quattro Group – has contract hired.
An all-Isuzu distribution fleet at a 15th century West Lothian estate has been boosted with the arrival of the customer’s first Grafter Green 3.5 tonne rigid truck to join three other Grafters.
Powered access business AFI group has expanded its transport fleet with a £1m investment in nine Scania vehicles. “We expect powerful, robust, economical performance,” the company says.
A one-off Volkswagen pick-up has been designed exclusively for use in the Arctic Circle. It has a raised ride height, big all-terrain tyres…and a cappuccino maker.
A Glasgow business that supplies up to 250,000 tonnes of topsoil a year believes it has come up with an unbeatable combination for delivering loads. But it's got things front to back.
A haulage company specialising in truck-mounted cranes and buckets has won an award in its 50th anniversary year. And Jim Ritchie and Campbell Stewart of Cadzow Heavy Haulage shared the Personality of the Year title.
HGV drivers using an historic north-east bridge in contravention of weight limits will be identified by a new monitoring installation. The equipment is being installed at Inverbervie’s Jubilee Bridge.