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Aztec Media Services Ltd is a Surrey, UK-based publishing and communications organisation, specialising in road transport and engineering.

What we do

We deliver top-quality publishing and communications services including research, writing, editing, design, production, publishing management, advertisement design and sales. We specialise in reports and magazines (online and printed) focused on European and global transport and engineering, and have close links with other publications distributed worldwide.

Our multi-award-winning monthly online magazine, Commercial Vehicle Engineer, offers a unique combination of news, analysis and independent, hard-hitting comment on the commercial vehicle market and aftermarket. It is aimed in particular at road transport engineers and fleet managers in UK-based fleets of trucks, light commercial vehicles, buses and coaches but is well-read by commercial vehicle engineers worldwide.

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NOVEMBER 2016 CV ENGINEER UPDATE

 

The UK system for assessing truck and bus driver fitness to drive safely is suffering from "major failings", according to a hard-hitting report published last month by an influential parliamentary ombudsman. This echoes some of the findings of the inquiry into the six deaths resulting from the horrendous Glasgow refuse-collection truck crash of two years ago. Now a separate Commercial Vehicle Engineer investigation has exposed even more failings in the driver medical system. We are calling on the Department for Transport and the British Medical Association to put their heads together and accept openly that urgent improvements are needed.

Are truck and bus diesel engines soon to be consigned to history by concerns over air quality, greenhouse gas emissions and the introduction of alternative fuels such as gas and electricity? Certainly not, according to the straight-talking product development director at Daf Trucks. He lifts the veil, just a little, on the Paccar company's latest driveline development plans.
People in the news this month include Ian Lumsden, leaving Iveco to take charge of Tesco's huge fleet of home-delivery vehicles; and Cummins' global component division boss Tracy Embree, explaining the thinking behind new products such as a mid-range fuel injection system and compact exhaust after-treatment kit.

 

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THE NOVEMBER 2016 EDITION IS NOW ONLINE, FULL OF EXCLUSIVE, WELL-INFORMED NEWS AND COMMENT ON FLEET MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORT ENGINEERING TOPICS, INCLUDING UNRIVALLED COVERAGE OF THE LATEST NEWS ON PEOPLE AND JOBS. 

 
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