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HGV Class 1 C+E Job Opportunity - Avonmouth - Bonus Payment

August 21, 2017
Driving Plus, the On-Site HGV driver division of the Staffline Group, are delighted to be appointed as the sole supplier to one of the most prestigious contracts in Bristol area, where we require Class 1 (C+E) drivers for ongoing assignment at our client's site based out of Avonmouth. As from Sunday 13th of August through to Saturday 9th of September all drivers that complete their...
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News - TruTac launches new products for Coach and Bus UK Show

August 16, 2017
TruTac, the transport software expert is launching a brand-new product for the PSV industry and several new product enhancements at this year’s Coach and Bus UK Show. The exciting new product has been designed specifically for the needs of the coach and bus industry and will be exclusively launched at the Show. There will be significant discounts for anyone who signs up at the Show. ...
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HGV Class 1 C+E Job Opportunity Ellesmere Port

August 15, 2017
As the preferred recruitment partner for one of the UK’s leading logistic providers, DHL, Driving Plus are delighted to offer HGV Class 1 drivers the opportunity of ongoing long term assignment at their site based in Ellesmere Port - one of the most prestigious contracts in Cheshire area. As well as a great rates of pay and the opportunity of ongoing work, each successful candidate will...
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News - SmartWitness raises the bar for In-Vehicle Camera Technology with Sierra Wireless IoT Solution

August 10, 2017
According to recent analysis by the Boston Consulting Group, the growth in autonomous vehicle adoption will accelerate significantly during the next two decades, with more than 12 million fully autonomous vehicles sold per year globally by 2035. One of the main goals for vehicle automation is increased road safety, which has been a priority for SmartWitness since it began developing products in 2007....
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News - Trucker drivers to be taught how to drive

July 31, 2017
Truck drivers across the UK are going to be taught how to drive with less aggression on the road – all in the aid of lowering emissions due to fuel consumption.  The DfT will supply training for 10,000 drivers in 2017 as part of the Government’s plan to improve air quality in the UK. The course will first and foremost target haulage firms who have large vehicle fleets, the course...
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