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Haulage is the business of moving things by road or railway. See below all our great articles and stories covering the haulage industry.

DAF New Generation XF, XG and XG⁺

DAF, Setting a new benchmark in efficiency, safety and driver comfort DAF sets a new standard with an entirely new

£7 Million For Timber Transport

£7 Million For Timber Transport Projects Across Scotland Projects which will improve Scotland’s timber transport infrastructure have been awarded £7

Kesla launches new 22-series Z-cranes

Kesla launches a new generation of 22-series Z-cranes. The new Z-cranes are available in the 12-, 14- and 17-tonne-metre classes.

Daimler Truck AG and CATL Expand Partnership

Joint development of sophisticated truck-focused batteries and supply agreed beyond 2030 Stuttgart, Germany / Ningde, China – Today, commercial vehicle

Lorry Drivers Wanted

Due to our increasing workload Jim Wilmer and Sons Timber Harvesting Ltd require Lorry drivers with crane experience and for

Long Poles Require Purpose-Built Trucks

Lars Persson Åkeri specialises in the transport of long power and telephone poles which requires purpose-built trucks. In Alucar, the

The SENNEBOGEN 830 E Series Enjoys Worldwide Popularity

A SENNEBOGEN 830 E series material handler stands out for its variety of equipment options, and the large number of

Rannoch timber rail project “on track”

A project which could move over 500,000 tonnes of timber out of Rannoch Forest by rail has taken a major

£7 million for Scottish Timber Transport

Timber transport projects which help minimise the impacts of timber lorries on Scotland’s rural road network are set to share

Volvo Trucks’ I-Shift transmission

Volvo Trucks’ I-Shift transmission technology is still a breakthrough innovation after 20 years Volvo Trucks’ I-Shift intelligent automated manual transmission

ALUCAR in America

ALUCAR is cracking open the door to the American market with its new comprehensively equipped subframe. ALUCAR has had connections in

Transport of poles requires specially made cars

Lars Persson Åkeri specialises in the transport of long electricity and telephone poles, which requires specially manufactured cars. The company

Call for timber transport projects to be submitted

Local authorities and landowners across Scotland are being reminded to submit their proposals for timber transport projects to Scottish Forestry

Scania tests autonomous trucks on motorways

 Scania has been granted permission by the Swedish Transport Agency to test self-driving trucks on the E4 motorway between Södertälje

A lighter approach

A logging truck that is two tonnes lighter yields a significant extra income every year Antti Löthman has invested in

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