FAW Jiefang J7 crowned Chinese Truck of the Year 2019
The FAW Jiefang J7 has been crowned Chinese Truck of the Year 2019. The jury, a spin-off of the International Truck of the Year, concluded that the J7 measures up to European standards in terms of design, safety, comfort and production processes, and sets a new benchmark for the Chinese truck market. The 6x4 tractor unit, which was developed in-house, uses a Euro-5 550hp 12.5-litre engine, matched to a 12-speed manual gearbox.
10 O-licence applications and decisions that caught our eye this week - 17 December 2018
Grab King has been given the go-ahead for 10 vehicles at a site in Spellbrook Lane East, Spellbrook, Bishop’s Stortford.
Husky Trucking can locate one vehicle and one trailer at the East Anglian Freight Terminal, Parker Avenue, Felixstowe.
Pallet Plus has been granted authorisation for 25 vehicles and 19 trailers at the Crossways Centre, Great Bromley, Colchester.
I Haulage can base two vehicles and two trailers the Breedon Plant site on the Woodham Industrial Estate, Aylesbury.
Turners (Soham) can station 10 vehicles and 10 trailers at the Port of Tilbury, Fortress Distribution Park, Tilbury.
H Dunne & Sons (Haulage) can base six vehicles and two trailers at Breedon Quarry, Black Cat Roundabout, Chawston.
DHL Supply Chain has been given the green light for 20 vehicles and 30 trailers at the BMW parts warehouse, Nectar Way, Prologis Park, Northampton.
XPO Bulk UK can locate 27 vehicles and 27 trailers at a facility in Iron Latch, The Manorway, Coryton.
Stand & Deliver Transport has been given authorisation for 21 vehicles and 17 trailers at Mackays Yard, Colonial Way, Watford.
Chiltern Transport & Warehousing can base two vehicles and three trailers at Smiths Yard, Slapton, Leighton Buzzard.