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ZF Completes WABCO Acquisition

Following approval by all regulatory authorities, ZF Group commences the integration of WABCO ZF and WABCO to form a leading global integrated systems provider for...

Mobile Phone hygiene must be a key element in employers’ back-to-work plans

Businesses need to urgently incorporate increased smartphone hygiene as they prepare and plan for their employees to return to work, according to one of...

CNH Industrial: Lowering the impact of automotive logistics

In managing its logistics processes, CNH Industrial continually strives to find sustainable solutions focused on technologies, procedures, and activities aimed at reducing the environmental...

Fernando Alonso tests out new Toyota Hilux

· Fernando Alonso tested the new 2020 Toyota Hilux during his Dakar Rally preparations · All-new Toyota Hilux will feature a new and powerful 2.8-litre...

President of Consulting Engineers of Ireland calls for Public Capital Investment & Regional Development

Conor McCarthy: ‘Regional imbalance across our country remains a serious challenge’ - Irish Independent 26th May 2020 THE State should boost public capital investment to...

Connacht Truck Show 2020 – Was to be – But not to be Today!

The Connacht Truck Show 2020 planned for today 31 May at the Claremorris Equestrian Centre is cancelled, due to the current situation that affects...

Details of Viking Line’s service over the next few weeks

In view of the Finnish Government’s decision to gradually ease some Coronavirus-related restrictions, Viking Line will open up passenger service at a cautious pace...
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Stena Line reduces Belfast freight capacity as business volumes decreases

Stena Line has announced that it will be reducing freight capacity on its Belfast - Liverpool (Birkenhead) service due to a decline in freight...

EU Commission launches COVID-19 transport exit plan

The European Commission has published a series of recommendations for transport policy as Member States transition out of lockdown.  The main focus of the “communication”...

ETSC Report calls for action on goods vehicle safety

A quarter (25%) of road deaths in the European Union are the consequence of a collision involving a goods vehicle, according to the European...

Worldwide Outlook on the Bus & Coach Industry Post-Coronavirus

As the bus and coach industry starts back in service, Busworld, the Belgian bus show organiser and representative body hosted another webinar with highlighted...

Alliance for Insurance Reform – 5 minute survey on insurance issues...

In spite of all the challenges that face road hauliers during the COVID-19 crisis, insurance is still a big issue. Much more work needs...

Relaxation of driving and rest times rules ends in Ireland &...

Transport operators and drivers of trucks and buses should be aware that the temporary relaxation of driving regulations agreed for the initial part of...

Safety is more than a slogan, it is a State of...

While people have become used to living with COVID-19 we should not become complacent, advises the Health &  Safety Authority (HSA). Safety is important...

FTAI offers an Overview of the Derogations offered by the EU

EU OMNIBUS REGULATIONS The European Union has adopted its regulation on the extension of a number of transport certificates and inspection deadlines. The Regulation of the European...

CTTC concerned at the need for Self-Isolation of Tourists

As the country starts to move slowly again, the Coach Tourism & Tourism Council (CTTC) is concerned that the current requirement for people arriving in...