CM Show 2020: Webfleet Solutions and Bridgestone team up to offer free prize draw
Webfleet Solutions and Bridgestone have teamed up to give away a PRO 5350 TRUCK driver terminal and set of DURAVIS All Season van tyres each day throughout the virtual Commercial Motor Show event, which runs from 29 September to 1 October.
Visitors can enter the free prize draw by visiting the Webfleet Solutions and Bridgestone joint stand, where they can also learn about the latest enhanced Webfleet features, including Asset Tracking and TachoShare, as well as Bridgestone’s latest additions to its tyre ranges, including the Ecopia H002, the ultra-durable Duravis R002, and the COACH-AP 001.
Visit the website for more info and for full terms and conditions.
The Commercial Motor Show is an exciting three-day trade event combining topical webinars, with networking opportunities and a wide-ranging virtual exhibition experience for visitors. Free to attend, so why not sign up today for your entry pass!
Hiab hooks up Metropolitan Demolition
Metropolitan Demolition has acquired a Hiab Multilift Ultima 24S Hookloader on a Scania chassis. The Yorkshire-based demolition specialist has taken on the vehicle in response to what it described as an increase in demand for quick demolition operations to kick-start redevelopment projects.
The Hookloader includes features such as auto sequence control, friction relief, drawbar ram protection, an undercover sheeting system, stainless toolboxes and chequer plate tandem mud wings.
“We operate across large-scale commercial sites to prepare spaces for major construction work; these can be inner-city sites or larger developments,” said Metropolitan’s managing director, Michael Hirst, “because we are often the first delivery phase of a longer-term scheme, it’s vital that we can get the job done quickly and safely to meet deadlines on the project.
“Our team works with a range of hazardous materials and can be working at significant heights – all of which require careful handling operations to keep our people safe.”