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Trucking Magazine  |  Trucking September 2013  


This issue, we head to Drummond Distribution in Armadale for a closer look at its hard-working, yet pristine rigids in Truck on Trial. You might recognise driver Scott Sievewright’s impressive DAF LF
from our Show & Shine Special back in May, and this month we put it up against Drummond’s equally striking Scania P-Series to find which fares the best. Read our verdict, starting page 36.
Also this month, we take to the driving seat of MAN’s TGS 32.400 8x4 BB tipper chassis. While not the full-blown heavy-duty version, the manufacturer has designed the truck to cope with almost everything its tougher sibling can withstand – and you can find out how it performed in Driven, starting page 28. Staying with MAN, we talk to Peter Bennett of Verran Freight about how the German truck-maker’s telematics system has enabled the Oxford-based firm to stay ultracompetitive. The company runs a diverse operation and is keen to keep its staff at the top of their game, and it’s using the data provided by the system to cut fuel spend and encourage best
practice among its drivers. Discover why telematics has been a “revelation” for the business,
starting page 50. Across the water in The Netherlands, Saan is celebrating its 115th year in road transport. The operator has a remarkable life story – including daring secret shipments under the nose of the Nazis during World War II, unusual oversize load hauls and a thriving touring business in the entertainment industry. It makes for a fascinating read, beginning page 58. Rounding out this issue is our insightful interview with the owner of Lockerbie Lorry Park (page 64), our full report from the all-new Truckfest South West & Wales show (page 80), and a look at an astonishing private collection of classic trucks and plant (page 88). Enjoy!
Read by all levels of the industry, this quality magazine offers you a unique mix of news, features, commentary and road truck tests.

Many of Trucking’s writers and photographers are professional truck drivers, so there’s plenty of reader involvement, combined with free legal advice, training, competitions and a popular letters page.

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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Trucking Magazine magazine subscription.

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Really enjoy reading this on the iPad. Didn't think it would be as good as the printed magazine, but now I prefer it this way
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Trucking Magazine   |   Trucking September 2013   


This issue, we head to Drummond Distribution in Armadale for a closer look at its hard-working, yet pristine rigids in Truck on Trial. You might recognise driver Scott Sievewright’s impressive DAF LF
from our Show & Shine Special back in May, and this month we put it up against Drummond’s equally striking Scania P-Series to find which fares the best. Read our verdict, starting page 36.
Also this month, we take to the driving seat of MAN’s TGS 32.400 8x4 BB tipper chassis. While not the full-blown heavy-duty version, the manufacturer has designed the truck to cope with almost everything its tougher sibling can withstand – and you can find out how it performed in Driven, starting page 28. Staying with MAN, we talk to Peter Bennett of Verran Freight about how the German truck-maker’s telematics system has enabled the Oxford-based firm to stay ultracompetitive. The company runs a diverse operation and is keen to keep its staff at the top of their game, and it’s using the data provided by the system to cut fuel spend and encourage best
practice among its drivers. Discover why telematics has been a “revelation” for the business,
starting page 50. Across the water in The Netherlands, Saan is celebrating its 115th year in road transport. The operator has a remarkable life story – including daring secret shipments under the nose of the Nazis during World War II, unusual oversize load hauls and a thriving touring business in the entertainment industry. It makes for a fascinating read, beginning page 58. Rounding out this issue is our insightful interview with the owner of Lockerbie Lorry Park (page 64), our full report from the all-new Truckfest South West & Wales show (page 80), and a look at an astonishing private collection of classic trucks and plant (page 88). Enjoy!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Trucking Magazine magazine print subscription.
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