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Bourg-en-Bresse welcomes the production of new electric trucks from Renault Trucks

Bourg-en-Bresse welcomes the production of new electric trucks from Renault Trucks

News of the 01/12/2023

Bourg-en-Bresse produces the E-Tech T and C electric trucks from Renault Trucks, which complete its 100% electric offering, the largest in Europe.

Trucks and buses: the European Parliament tightens CO2 standards

Trucks and buses: the European Parliament tightens CO2 standards

News of the 24/11/2023

The European Parliament approved the Commission's objectives to reduce CO2 emissions from heavy goods vehicles over 5 t: -45% in 2030 and -90% in 2040 compared to the 2019 level.

The EU must find a quick solution for heavy goods vehicle parking

The EU must find a quick solution for heavy goods vehicle parking

News of the 17/11/2023

The EU road transport sector is calling on European legislators to agree to facilitate the construction of secure HGV car parks.

Road transport: how bioLNG can be a game changer, by Iveco

Road transport: how bioLNG can be a game changer, by Iveco

News of the 10/11/2023

In partnership with Shell, Iveco has launched a European campaign to prove the performance and sustainability of trucks running on bioLNG (liquefied natural gas)

Carcept Prev launches an awareness campaign on welcoming drivers

Carcept Prev launches an awareness campaign on welcoming drivers

News of the 27/10/2023

Faced with the lack of respect and consideration suffered by truck drivers at loading and unloading locations (particularly with regard to access to toilets), the Carcept Prev Foundation launched the Respect the Truck Drivers operation.

Stricter CO₂ objectives for heavy goods vehicles: tension between European ministers

Stricter CO₂ objectives for heavy goods vehicles: tension between European ministers

News of the 20/10/2023

Europe maintains its unachievable climate targets for road transport. Despite an encouraging report from the Transport Commission, the European Council approved a radical reduction in CO₂ emissions from manufacturers by 2030, 2035 and 2040.

The prototype of the eActros 600 electric truck travels 530 km in the mountains

The prototype of the eActros 600 electric truck travels 530 km in the mountains

News of the 13/10/2023

The Mercedes eActros 600, a 40-tonne battery-electric truck, achieved a remarkable performance by crossing the Alps fully loaded.

The Fixang pliers, the invention of a Breton truck driver to no longer lose your straps

The Fixang pliers, the invention of a Breton truck driver to no longer lose your straps

News of the 06/10/2023

It was a trucker who had the brilliant idea of creating the Fixang, a magnetic clamp for lashing straps which simplifies, optimizes and secures the loading of goods on a platform.

How AFT supports young people and job seekers in the transport sector

How AFT supports young people and job seekers in the transport sector

News of the 29/09/2023

From November 13 to 17, during School/Business Week, the AFT is launching a vast campaign to promote transport and logistics professions.

A bridge to avoid: three consecutive days of accidents in the same place!

A bridge to avoid: three consecutive days of accidents in the same place!

News of the 22/09/2023

The N57 south of Pontarlier (Doubs) has been under construction for several days, and this poses a serious problem for truckers...

Closure of the Gotthard: a new blow for the Alpine tunnels after Fréjus and Mont-Blanc

Closure of the Gotthard: a new blow for the Alpine tunnels after Fréjus and Mont-Blanc

News of the 15/09/2023

The Gotthard tunnel is expected to remain closed until the end of the week,

TICPE: government abandons its plan to lower the tax in 2024

TICPE: government abandons its plan to lower the tax in 2024

News of the 08/09/2023

Carriers can blow. Bruno Le Maire, declared this Thursday morning on France Info that the TICPE would not be modified for them. "I'm not going to penalize them to preserve our competitiveness," he assured.

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