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New Deals for April

Great news we have several new deals for April 2012. We can now offer a 95 bar Pressure washer (230v) for the fantastic price of £50.00 + VAT. Not only that if you order 3 at a time, carriage is free. These machines normal trade price is £109.95 + VAT.

A 120 bar machine normally £199.95 + VAT is only £90.00 + VAT and again order 2 and carriage is free.

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The Government has announced that new regulations on the mandatory reporting of greenhouse gas emissions will not be introduced by 6 April 2012 as planned.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, which launched a Consultation on GHG emissions last May, told Parliament that gathering evidence of the costs and benefits involved in the introduction of mandatory carbon reporting (MCR) had taken longer than anticipated and the findings were still being analysed.

Reported by ‘Workplace Law’ more at

ATS Euromaster

secures largest winter tyre order to date

ATS Euromaster has announced an initial order for more than £10m of winter tyres for the 2012/2013 season – its largest order to date and an increase of more than £4m over 2011/2012. ATS warns that it is essential for both tyre distributors and fleets to secure stocks promptly ahead of the next winter.

From SMMT 23.03.12

Fuel card specialist FleetCor Technologies, which own The Fuelcard Company in the UK, has bought AllStar Business Solutions from The Arval Group for $304m. AllStar has 40,000 fuel card customers and about one million cardholders. The Office of Fair Trading is reviewing the takeover.
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Van and truck registrations rose 19.1% to 27,187 units in November, and in the rolling year by 18.6% to 300,331.

“November saw the commercial vehicle market continue on its upward trend with demand up 19.1%,” said Paul Everitt, SMMT Chief Executive. “Both the van and truck markets saw growth, reflecting sustained investment in new vehicles by businesses. London’s new Low Emission Zone comes into effect on 3 January, requiring drivers of older vans and trucks to upgrade their vehicles or pay a daily fee, so we expect to see a boost to registration levels next month and through the early part of 2012.”
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Government has announced that it is to extend the Green Bus Fund with the introduction of a £25m third round of funding to allow even more bus operators to invest in low carbon technology and support a UK-wide shift to low carbon transport.
“The Green Bus Fund has proved extremely effective in delivering environmental improvement and low carbon industrial capability,” said Paul Everitt, SMMT Chief Executive.
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Continental has added five new sizes to its Scandinavia 2 winter tyres for trucks, buses and coaches. For the drive axle, there are two new low profile sizes on offer: 295/60 R 22.5 and 315/60 R 22.5. Meanwhile for steer axle, Continental now offers three new tyres for heavier loads: 315/60 R 22.5 XL, 315/70 R 22.5 XL and 355/50 R 22.5 XL sizes.
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News from Transport News Brief

The 26th Motor Transport Awards is the road transport industry event of the year and will take place on Wednesday 13 June at London’s Grosvenor House.
If you have a success story to be proud of, make sure you enter the Motor Transport Awards 2012. The awards will open for entries in January. In the meantime, to ensure you are kept informed of further details you can register your interest at and remember to hold the date: 13 June 2012.
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October commercial vehicle manufacturing in the UK was down 2.9% in October, on par with the 2.7% decline for the year to date. Car and engine production rose 14.1% and 12.0% respectively in the month as strong export demand continued. Paul Everitt, SMMT Chief Executive said, “Weak UK market demand is a cause for concern and makes it essential that the Chancellor uses his Autumn Statement to help encourage private sector investment and boost economic growth”.