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Keele University experts advise  policymakers on road safety during and after lockdown

Keele University experts advise  policymakers on road safety during and after lockdown
Keele University experts advise  policymakers on road safety during and after lockdown Criminology experts from Keele University are studying the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on Britain’s road network, in a bid to make the roads safer during and after the lockdown. As the country remains in lo...
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TY Cushion Tyres outperform all expectations at Harsco scrap yards

TY Cushion Tyres outperform all expectations at Harsco scrap yards
TY Cushion Tyres outperform all expectations at Harsco scrap yards Machines working in the arduous environment of a steel manufacturing plant must be robust, durable and capable of working long days without interruption. Fitting the right tyres is key to achieving the best performance. Celsa Group i...
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VolvoCE adds Five new apps to expand Load Assist on-board information system

VolvoCE adds Five new apps to expand Load Assist on-board information system
VolvoCE adds Five new apps to expand Load Assist on-board information system Volvo Construction Equipment’s (Volvo CE) Load Assist is the umbrella term for a series of machine control applications that are designed specifically for Volvo CE wheel loaders. These ‘apps’ operate via Volvo Co-Pilot – th...
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Vision announced to bring 3,000 hydrogen buses to the streets of Britain

Vision announced to bring 3,000 hydrogen buses to the streets of Britain
Vision announced to bring 3,000 hydrogen buses to the streets of Britain Plans for a UK-built, 3,000-strong hydrogen bus fleet across the country, have been revealed by JCB heir Jo Bamford in a move he hopes can lead the nations’ economic recovery. Mr Bamford claims his plans are “an ideal option fo...
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Workwear manufacturer in the Kyrgyz Republic helping to fight coronavirus pandemic

Workwear manufacturer in the Kyrgyz Republic helping to fight coronavirus pandemic
Workwear manufacturer in the Kyrgyz Republic helping to fight coronavirus pandemic Faced with the coronavirus crisis, the Kyrgyz Republic declared a state of emergency in late March and shut down its economy. Despite being hit the hardest, private sector companies have played a major part in the res...
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Network Rail uses state-of-the-art testing to keep Bridge open in Oxfordshire

Network Rail uses state-of-the-art testing to keep Bridge open in Oxfordshire
Network Rail uses state-of-the-art testing to keep Bridge open in Oxfordshire A Grade II listed bridge in Steventon, Oxfordshire, has been saved after innovative testing and the introduction of a new speed limit by Network Rail means it no longer has to be replaced as part of electrification. The br...
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Study reveals cost of sourcing battery metals for electric vehicles and renewable energy

Study reveals cost of sourcing battery metals for electric vehicles and renewable energy
Study reveals cost of sourcing battery metals for electric vehicles and renewable energy A coalition of leading researchers and scientists have released the findings of a year-long study into the impacts of sourcing metals to produce battery cathodes and wiring for electric vehicles (EVs). As calls...
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Hyundai High-Walkers perfect for tough forestry tasks and for Carron Valley Plant

Hyundai High-Walkers perfect for tough forestry tasks and for Carron Valley Plant
Hyundai High-Walkers perfect for tough forestry tasks and for Carron Valley Plant Carron Valley Plant Ltd is a forestry ground preparation business based in Dumfries in Scotland. Established some 30-years ago, the three-man firm, headed up by founder William Brown, is contracted to Forestry and Land...
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The Road Safety Trust awards £120K in funding for six local organisations

The Road Safety Trust awards £120K in funding for six local organisations
The Road Safety Trust awards £120K in funding for six local organisations The Road Safety Trust, a charity dedicated to making the UK’s roads the safest in the world,  has awarded £120,000 funding to six organisations across the UK to help improve road safety at a local level. All grantees are chari...
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Mecalac expands in North America with opening of new HQ in Massachusetts

Mecalac expands in North America with opening of new HQ in Massachusetts
Mecalac expands in North America with opening of new HQ in Massachusetts Mecalac, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of compact construction equipment for urban environments, has opened a new 14,000-square foot facility in Norfolk, Massachusetts, to serve as the North Americ...
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Survey finds 65 percent of Londoners changed vehicles due to the Ultra Low Emission Zone 

Survey finds 65 percent of Londoners changed vehicles due to the Ultra Low Emission Zone 
Survey finds 65 percent of Londoners changed vehicles due to the Ultra Low Emission Zone A recent survey undertaken by Motorbike insurer Bikesure of 1,000 commuters in London set out to find how the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) had impacted them, in reflection to their previous annual ULEZ Survey...
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Campbell Contracts in Northern Ireland doubles material wet processing with CDE

Campbell Contracts in Northern Ireland doubles material wet processing with CDE
Campbell Contracts in Northern Ireland doubles material wet processing with CDE Campbell Contracts Ltd, a family-owned and managed business headquartered in Tempo, a small village on the outskirts of Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, has doubled its materials processing ability sinc...
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M6 Stage 1 construction tender released in New South Wales

M6 Stage 1 construction tender released in New South Wales
M6 Stage 1 construction tender released in New South Wales Australian Minister for Roads Andrew Constance today announced the NSW Government will call for tender applications to help build the new ‘missing link’ motorway to connect Sydney’s south, creating around 5,300 new jobs. The project, costing...
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KfW IPEX-Bank and MEAG financing A3 motorway expansion in northern Bavaria

KfW IPEX-Bank and MEAG financing A3 motorway expansion in northern Bavaria
KfW IPEX-Bank and MEAG financing A3 motorway expansion in northern Bavaria As part of an international consortium, KfW IPEX-Bank and MEAG are financing the six-lane expansion of federal motorway 3 (A3) between interchanges Biebelried and Fürth/Erlangen as well as its operation and maintenance for 30...
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Honda hybrid and EV batteries feature in new recycling initiative

Honda hybrid and EV batteries feature in new recycling initiative
Honda hybrid and EV batteries feature in new recycling initiative Honda Motor Europe is expanding its battery recycling partnership with SNAM (Société Nouvelle d’Affinage des Métaux) to advance the sustainable usability of its end-of-life traction batteries. The pan-European arrangement will see SNA...
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