Iveco has unveiled its Euro-6 Eurocargo line up, which follows the Italian manufacturer’s SCR-only policy, with larger four and six-cylinder engines and up to 11,000 ex-factory variations of engine, transmission and chassis options. There is no Stralis-style facelift: the new Eurocargo looks the same as Euro-5 models, inside and out. In the transition to Euro-6 the four- and six-cylinder Tector engines have gained extra swept volume, taking them from 3.9 litres to 4.5 litres and from 5.9 litres to 6.7 […]
Eddie Stobart and AW Jenkinson Forestry Products have placed what Scania has described as its largest ever order in Europe: 2,000 trucks over two years.
Safetykleen, the hazardous waste management company, has renewed its fleet with 85 new vehicles.
Heavy truck sales are expected to surge at least 10% in 2013 compared with this year as operators delay buying Euro-6 vehicles, which will replace Euro-5 in 2014. The predicted spike in Euro-5 sales in 2013 is expected to result in longer lead times for new trucks. One operator, Andrew Spence-Wolrich, general manager of bulk specialist Hargreaves Transport, has been told he must order Euro-5 trucks by March 2013 to be sure of getting them. Truck makers MT spoke to […]