Truck Transport

Mercedes-Benz launches series production of the eActros truck

Mercedes-Benz officially started (on October 7, 2021) the series production of its first battery-powered electric truck, the Mercedes-Benz eActros, designed for the distribution of heavy goods vehicles. Production takes place at the Wörth plant in Germany, alongside the conventional versions. In fact, the initial part of production is similar on …

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COVID positive transport worker in South Africa

South Australia has recorded a new case of coronavirus in another transport worker, after a Victorian man in his 20s tested positive at a checkpoint. SA Health said the man, a commercial transport worker, was crossing the state into Western Australia on Saturday. He tested positive at the Yamba checkpoint …

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Where have all the truckers gone?

Analysis: Truck driver shortage is a global problem ignored and allowed to fester for years Anyone looking at media coverage of the UK recently could be forgiven for thinking that the UK’s truck driver shortage is a direct result of the pandemic and the dreaded Brexit. But the shortage of …

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A new way to track truck pollution

SunPower, a solar power and energy services provider, is starting to ship solar panels in electric heavy-duty trucks powered by – you guessed it – solar power. The question communities and investors are starting to ask is, why isn’t everyone? How long can a business go without a plan to …

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Chronology of theft of life and in numbers | New

A Life Flight helicopter begins landing near the scene of a truck explosion Monday near the Pilot Travel Centers in Milton in 2014. Daily article file photo LIFE FLIGHT TIME nineteen eighty one – LifeFlight begins serving the region from its base at Geisinger Medical Center (GMC) 1988 – LifeFlight …

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