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.
Specialist equipment has been added to the fleet as Transport Scotland gears up for winter weather. It includes a specialised vehicle from Finland, fitted with a V plow, to be be trialled on the M80.
A quarry business is running its first vehicle delivered by the newest addition to the Mercedes-Benz dealer network. “We’re very happy to give the new dealer the opportunity to demonstrate what they can do.”
Tool theft from vans has rocketed by 15% in the last three years and is costing businesses millions of pounds a year according to new research. Police recorded a record 23,859 incidents in 2017/18.
Scotland’s big movers were well to the fore at the awards ceremony to acknowledge the companies who transport heavy and abnormal loads. Team of the Year and Escort Operator of the Year titles both came north.
Truck specialist MV Commercial has acquired a ‘super site’ in Airdrie as a new central hub. The eight-acre facility was previously operated by T.O.M. Vehicle Rental which went into administration in March.
A Scots driver is at the heart of a Network Rail campaign urging HGV operators to “wise up” and cut the number of bridge strikes. The number of strikes across the network in 2017 was the highest for five years.
A trailer built for JMC Scotland, a specialist in access platform servicing and repair, took centre stage on the stand of manufacturer Cartwright at the recent Tip-Ex conference in Harrogate.