Refrigeration Transition Part Three

Refrigeration Transition Part Three

In this final instalment – refrigeration transition part three – exploring the transition of refrigerated transport across to zero emission running, we will explore some of the solutions we will see on our roads in the near term.
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Getting the Right Message

Getting the Right Message

Data and connectivity is vital to the running of a modern trucking operation and getting the right message about board data on a vehicle can be vital for compliance and/or safety, but some systems can be compromised.
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Refrigeration Transition Part Two

Refrigeration Transition Part Two

In this second instalment looking at the road to zero emission refrigerated transport, in this article, refrigeration transition part two, Revora examines the options available to fleets in the near term, the first stage of the transformation of the fleet.
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Preventing Damage From Raise Lower Valves

Preventing Damage From Raise Lower Valves

Raise Lower (Docking) valves are used to bring the trailer deck height in line with loading bays, and Hendrickson offer a series of recommendations on preventing damage from raise lower valves. They are very useful when dealing with various height loading bays. However, the valves can also cause considerable damage if not installed or used correctly.
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Refrigeration Transition, Part One

Refrigeration Transition, Part One

As the trucking industry moves across to a zero carbon future the cold chain will have to re-examine the technology mix and drive a refrigeration transition across to zero carbon systems, introducing Refrigeration Transition, Part One, with the help of Revora.
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Get Longer Slat Life With the J-MAX Floor

Get Longer Slat Life With the J-MAX Floor

Operators who haul abrasive materials need the J-MAX Steel Slat and here Keith Walking Floor explain how operators can get longer slat life with the J-MAX floor.
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Truck and Trailer Maintenance

The basic concept behind truck and trailer maintenance is to prevent vehicle breakdown and to minimise overall costs. Many Australian fleets are adopting servicing models to comply with the Maintenance Management module of the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS). The main purpose businesses in Australia have of joining this scheme is usually increased mass limits (concessional mass limits) along with removing the need for a certificate of inspection for annual registration renewal. However, when correctly implemented, it will also reduce costs, minimise vehicle down time and improve safety.
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