Hoyer has added 89 new MAN TGS vehicles to its Petrolog division. The deliveries are set to be complete by October. The order comprises 75 replacement vehicles and 14 additional vehicles, all with 420hp engines. The majority of the new trucks feature day cabs (85), with four fitted with sleeper cabs. Read more Hoyer Petrolog signs World Fuel Services aviation fuel distribution deal Hoyer extends BP aviation contract Suckling and Hoyer extend Shell contracts until 2020 Allan Davison, operations director […]
Felix Kybart, vice president of alternative drives at MAN Truck & Bus, will speak at next month’s Microlise Transport Conference on the topic of how alternative fuels can change the rules of the logistics game.
Operator EM Rogers saw its pre-tax profit soar last year in the wake of low fuel prices and a strong pound against the euro, but said the UK’s vote to leave the EU could now prove costly to its operation.
The TRATON group, which includes Scania and MAN, believes the EU’s target of cutting carbon emissions from heavy trucks over 16 tonnes by 15% by 2025 can be achieved largely with conventional engine technology but the much tougher target of a 30% reduction by 2030 will require significant sales of alternative drive trains, mainly battery electric.