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Accuride Wheels has revised parts of its product portfolio and is presenting these changes at the IAA commercial vehicle show in Hanover next week. 


The Alliance Agriflex 363 VF steel-belted row crop tyre range was one of the key treads that was showcased at this year’s Potato Europe in Germany.

Hankook has announced the winner of the Motor Transport Operational Excellence Award which was presented to JPE Holdings at the awards ceremony in London last week. 

With TPMS legislation soon to include commercial vehicles, Hamaton are offering a new upgrade from ATEQ - a provide of TPMS solutions. VT56 users across Europe can now purchase a truck upgrade, enabling them to read and diagnose TPM systems on all commercial vehicles. 

SPEEDLINE TRUCK are participating at IAA TRANSPORTATION at Hanover, Germany next week and are exhibiting its product range of aluminum wheels for trucks, buses and trailers as well as matching accessories in hall H22, stand B02 with the focus is on new applications for the transportation industry.   


Fedecom has published its tractor registration statistics for agricultural and narrow-gauge tractors and compact tractors for July with both segments reporting the continue downward trend that we have seen across European markets recently.


The Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación (Ministery for Agriculture, Fishing and Food) in Spain has published its latest registration figures for the month of August for agricultural machinery with the main takeaway that across all segments 2022 is still behind where we were one year ago.

Trelleborg has gone a step further to meet the growing demands of farmers looking to increase reliability and productivity in their ground spreading operations, thanks to the latest launch of its newest steel-belted tyre, the MPT100.


The AEA (Agricultural Engineers Association) has published the monthly registration figures for agricultural machinery in the UK for August.

Last week our offices here in the UK were closed for a family vacation. At the start of the week Queen Elizabeth II was our monarch and Boris Johnson was the Prime Minister. When we returned, we had King Charles III and Liz Truss. It serves as a timely reminder how things can change in the twinkling of an eye, something we all might wish to reflect on when we analyse how our world has been transformed in the last ten years or so.

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