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Carrier Transicold’s Platinum Anniversary: All About E-Drive

February 9, 2019 | Author: | Posted in Automotive

Two decades ago, Carrier Transicold launched E-Drive. Little did they know that this all-electric technology would prove to be industry-changing to the transport refrigeration sector of the logistics world. Now, as they celebrate their platinum anniversary, they can look back with pride on how they’ve helped delivery work become more sustainable over the past 20 …

How New Technology Can Help Achieve First-Time Deliveries

September 3, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Business

Efficiency is paramount for a courier company, and in order to maximise potential profits, successful first-time deliveries need to be happening regularly. Read on to find out how you can achieve this and ultimately make your company smarter and stronger. What Am I Doing Wrong? Hopefully you aren’t doing anything wrong yet! The question is, …

Is This the Future? China’s Self Driving Dragon

June 26, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Business

In what has been described as a groundbreaking accomplishment, the Chinese firm Suning Logistics recently completed driving tests for a cutting-edge, autonomous truck known as the Strolling Dragon. The Strolling Dragon represents a huge achievement for Suning, as it is the first self-driving HGV developed in China to pass highway scenario and logistics campus tests. …

A Case Study in the Benefits of Telematics

May 29, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Business

Alongside such developments as Artificial Intelligence, telematics are seen as a new wave of smart technologies that are revolutionising how transport companies operate. Telematics have changed the central concern of the haulage industry: whereas the broad objective of reducing fuel usage was once the main goal, driving style has now become the predominant focus. This …

Tougher Testing for HGVs on the Horizon

May 29, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Business

The Driver and Vehicles Standards Agency(DVSA) testing service has a big impact on anyone doing delivery work. But last month a spokesperson for the Freight Transport Association claimed that it is no longer fulfilling its purpose. In light of the Freight Transport Association’s recent call for a review of HGV assessments in the UK, this …

Five Ways to Protect Your Palletised Freight

May 4, 2018 | Author: | Posted in Automotive

Making sure that freight remains undamaged and in pristine, original condition is the most essential operating target of palletised delivery work. If cargo is lost or damaged, it can lead to large future costs due to missed deadlines and sometimes even staff insurance claims. That is why pallet transport companies with the best reputations protect …

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