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A new 600-space truck stop is to be built in Ashford in Kent after Ashford Borough Council’s planning committee approved the plans for it.

The new truck stop will be a replacement for the current 300-space Ashford International Truck Stop off Bad Munstereifel Road near J10 of the M20.

Darren Smith, senior business manager at Ashford International Truck Stop said work will begin on the new development on 14 August, and it could be open by July next year. The current Ashford Truckstop will operate as normal during this period.

Parking for trucks has been an issue in the area for some time, but was brought into focus last year when Kent County Council and Ashford Borough Council joined forces to clamp down on illegally parked HGVs.

The scheme allows the authorities to clamp and fine drivers parking in certain areas, including: the A20 between Charing and Ashford; Wotton Road; Ellingham Industrial Estate; The Orbital Park, Sevington and Ashford Business Park, Sevington.

“It [the new truck stop] is so much needed,” Smith said. “Since October last year and the clamping started in the Ashford area then we haven’t fallen below 98.9% capacity overnight. We have been turning away anything between 300-500 trucks in a normal week and at Christmas we turned away over 1000. As you can imagine there is a lot of frustration among drivers who get turned away.”

Smith added that construction company GSE Group, which operates Ashford International Truckstop, is looking at other potential sites for truckstops in the Kent area.

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Walker Movements and sister company FleetEX are coming to Convoy in the Park at Donington Park this weekend with a range of trucks and much more.

A range of premium used tractor units and tippers from manufacturers including Scania, Daf and Volvo will be on the stands, including the Truck & Driver Help for Heroes Scania tractor unit and Walker Show Trailer.

In addition, Walker Movements and FleetEX’s stand will feature the much-loved ‘Beat the Bar’ competition, along with guest performances from the Walker Movements/Truck & Driver health and fitness campaign ambassador Vicky Hadley. Many Walker Movements customers and website visitors and Truck & Driver readers will be familiar with Vicky’s regular video series highlighting simple exercises that truck drivers can do without going to the gym, as well as giving tips on how to eat more healthily.

Vicky will be on the stand and showcasing some fitness skills, techniques and be leading visitors through some great demos.

A plethora of promotional offers and giveaways shall be available throughout the 2 day event with a whole host of both Walker Movements & Fleetex Team Members on hand to meet, greet and talk all things trucks.

The Walker Movemets/FleetEX stand is directly next to the stage viewing area, among all of the action.

The companies are just one of numerous companies that are exhibiting at Convoy in the Park – there will be eight manufacturers represented – along with a range of accessories providers, model truck retailers and much more.

Convoy in the Park also has a full schedule of racing on both days, led by the British Truck Racing Association Championship. Also featuring are the Legends, Britcar Endurance Championship, Pickup Truck Championship and 2CV Championship.

There is also plenty to do off-track too, with live music, comedy (Saturday night only), fairground rides, children’s entertainment and much more for all the family.

Please note that advance ticket booking has closed, but you can still buy tickets for both days on the gate.
For more information, and prices to attend, go to www.convoyinthepark.com

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Convoy in the Park at Donington Park this weekend (21-22 July) has a wealth of activities happening away from the racetrack and there is something for all ages. Here is the full timetable:

Friday
20:00 Film: Smokey & the Bandit (music stage)
21:45 Close

Saturday
07:30 Gates open
08:30 Trade stands open
09:30 Red Dragon – monster truck rides
Taylor & Sons Transport – HGV drives
Clive Shaw Trucking – US truck drives
Flat Out Factory – drift taxi rides
10:00 Funfair
Kids circus skills
Mini monster trucks
Inflatables
RC model show & drives
Scalextric racing
Face painting (Keltruck)
10:00 Hiab World Crane Championship: Practice opens
11:00 Music stage: Vicky Hadley exercise class
11:30 Music stage: Hot dog eating contest
11:45 Stunt show: TruckSport UK drift trucks/Team Maximum Lock
12:00 Live music: The King Lot
13:00 Hiab World Crane Championship: UK heats open
13:15 Truck Mate UK truck pull competition
14:15 Live music: The Alley Cat Kings
15:30 Stunt show: Truck Sport UK drift trucks/Team Maximum Lock/Caravan Smash
16:00 Kids circus skills closes
16:15 Truck Mate UK truck pull competition
16:30 Live music: The Blueprint Brothers
18:00 Entertainment closes
19:00 Live music: 80s Rock Show
20:00 Comedy club doors open (20:30 start)
21:00 Live music: The Rolling Clones
22:45 Close

Sunday
07:30 Gates open
08:30 Trade stands open
09:30 Red Dragon – monster truck rides
Taylor & Sons Transport – HGV drives
Clive Shaw Trucking – US truck drives
Flat Out Factory – drift taxi rides
10:00 Funfair
Mini monster trucks
Inflatables
RC model show & drives
Scalextric racing
Face painting (Keltruck)
10:00 Hiab World Crane Championship: Practice opens
10:00 Music stage: Vicky Hadley exercise class
10:25 Music stage: Scania prize truck handover
10:30 Music stage: Hot dog eating contest
11:00 Live music: Red Lane Band
11:45 Stunt show: TruckSport UK drift trucks/Team Maximum Lock
12:30 Big Top Circus show 1
12:30 Live music: The B Sides
13:00 Hiab World Crane Championship: UK heats open
13:15 Truck Mate UK truck pull competition
13:45 Big Top Circus show 2
14:00 Stunt show: Truck Sport UK drift trucks/Team Maximum Lock/Caravan Smash
14:15 Live music: The Counterfeit Beatles
15:00 Truck Mate UK truck pull competition
16:00 Big Top Circus show 3
16:30 Truck & Driver/TruckSport UK Awards
17:15 Big Top Circus show 4
18:00 Entertainment closes
18:30 Event close

Advance ticket booking has now closed, but you can still buy tickets on the gate. For more information, go to www.convoyinthepark.com

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The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has spoken out to reassure drivers that HGVS have never been more motorway-safe after a survey claimed that the amount of freight on the UK’s roads is making drivers feel unsafe.

Last week, road safety charity Brake released the results of a survey of more than 1000 drivers, and found that 79% of drivers agreed that there is too much freight on our motorways and that the government should look to invest in shifting freight from road to rail.

Additionally, 77% of respondents agreed with the statement that truck platooning “sounds frightening” and that it carries a significant risk to road safety – especially if it went wrong.

But the fears outlined in the Brake survey are not reflective of reality, according to Christopher Snelling, Head of UK Policy at FTA. “In fact, in the last six years the number of people killed or seriously injured in incidents with HGVs on motorways in Britain has reduced by over 15%,” he said.

“Contrary to public perception, the amount of freight being transported on UK motorways has only marginally increased (2.6%) over the last 11 years, it has only just reached the pre-recession levels of a decade ago. We want to take this opportunity to reassure motorway users that safety is the number one priority of the HGV industry.”

The FTA point to figures take from Road Traffic Statistics and Reported Road Casualties, which found that the proportional involvement of HGVs in motorway accidents (all severities) has fallen from 13.1% in 2007 to 9.9% in 2016 despite the same amount of HGV traffic on motorways.

The number of fatalities and individuals seriously injured also shows a downward trend. In 2011, 22 people were killed and 41 were seriously injured as a result of motorway accidents (including pedestrians) involving HGVs, by 2016 this number had reduced to 15 and 37 respectively.

“Freight transport provides a vital service to the UK economy, from delivering the equipment needed to keep hospitals running to stocking supermarkets with goods, and motorway travel makes this possible, keeping larger vehicles away from villages and towns served by smaller roads. Of course, like all other road users, HGV operators must be vigilant and alert at all times, and take every opportunity to keep Britain’s roads as safe as possible – the nation’s logistics drivers are subject to the highest level of testing and compliance of any road user, and provide a vital service without which our economy would stall.”

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A combination of health problems, an ageing workforce and a failure to recruit younger workers is creating a severe shortage of drivers that could damage the overall economy, trade union Unite has warned.

It has called for the industry to invest in the health and welfare of drivers to reverse this.

Unite note that the average of drivers was 48 in 2016 – up from 45.3 in 2001 – and that 13% are aged over 60, while just 1% are under 25. In addition, about 43-60,000 drivers come from the European Union – roughly a quarter of drivers in the UK – a figure that may decline once the UK exits the EU.

Meanwhile levels of injury and ill-health are high for the transportation and storage sector, which includes lorry drivers. Latest figures from the Health and Safety Executive record that 52,000 workers suffered from a work related illness and 39,000 had reported a non-fatal injury. The most common form of workplace injury was musculoskeletal, accounting for 53% of cases, followed by stress, depression and anxiety – 29% of cases.

Research has found that driving, particularly long-haul (over 250 miles from base), is recognised as an occupational detriment due to excessive anti-social working hours and unhealthy lifestyles. The risk factors include: obesity, high blood pressure, unhealthy diets, lack of exercise, lack of sleep and disturbed sleep and stress. This leads to diabetes, sleep apnoea and cardiovascular disorders. These disorders are also linked to an increased risk of accidents.

Unite national officer Adrian Jones, said: “The UK is sleepwalking into a driving crisis and we face the genuine prospect of being unable to move goods around the UK, just at the time when Brexit means it is essential that our transport network is operating efficiently in order to keep the economy afloat.

“In order to both recruit new drivers and retain the existing workforce, the industry needs to have a long hard look at itself and end the race to the bottom attitude that currently exists on pay and conditions. Many drivers are forced to operate on a casualised basis, often operating via employment agencies.

“The way drivers are treated is making workers ill and forcing highly dedicated drivers to leave the industry years before their normal retirement date.

“Working conditions will only improve across the board by introducing national collective bargaining so that pay, conditions and driver welfare become standardised. Currently even if one company tries to look after the health and welfare of their workforce they face the prospect of being undercut by rivals.”

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Collectors Toys Ireland is coming to Convoy in the Park on July 21-22 at Donington Park, where it will be selling a range of its exclusive model trucks.

Collectors Toys Ireland has been the exclusive Irish Tekno dealer for the past 20 years and responsible for the Irish Tekno Collection, with to date more than 200 models released.

In May 2017, Collectors Toys Ireland entered the UK market producing Exclusive Tekno models (1/50 scale). To date, 11 models have been released.

Some of the new releases from Collectors Toys Ireland include a Harbro Feeds from Aberdeen Volvo FH with Muldoon animal feeds trailer, a W Barker & Sons Scania 6×2 with Pezzaoilli livestock trailer, and Ian Roberts Scania S730 with fridge trailer and Iain Watt Scania T-Cab with Muldoon animal feeds trailer.

All the above models – and many more – will be available before Convoy in the Park.

Collectors Toys Ireland will be part of a full trade show at Convoy in the Park. Eight manufacturers will be represented at the festival, as well as a range of truck accessories providers, other model retailers and much more.

Elsewhere at Convoy in the Park there will be a full programme of racing over the weekend, led by 10 races making up the fifth round of the British Truck Racing Association Championship, plus 12 races from 4 other support series.

Off-track there are a wide range of activities and spectacles to see, including live music and comedy, a fun fair, kids activities, more than 1000 show trucks and much more.

Advance tickets are still available, or you can also pay on the gate. For more information and to book tickets, or to book your truck into Convoy in the Park, please go to www.convoyinthepark.com

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Iveco has launched its new Stralis NP 460 6×2 tractor unit for 44-tonne operation – the first three-axle tractor to operate on 100% liquefied natural gas (LNG).

The tractor was unveiled at Gasrec’s refuelling site at the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal – one of Europe’s largest liquefied gas filling stations.

This adds to Iveco’s gas-powered range, which starts at 3.5 tonnes. Its existing 4×2 Stralis NP range offers a choice of 400hp and 460hp engines – of which 25 operate in the UK and more than 1,000 across Europe.

Stuart Webster, Iveco UK & Ireland business director, said: “This is a really exciting launch for Iveco and marks the moment natural gas moves into mainstream UK volume in a big way. What began as a niche fuel now offers fleets the widest range of opportunities for the future and we’re absolutely committed to helping operators begin the technology transfer from diesel to gas.

“Bringing this new vehicle to market is the culmination of our more than 20 years development of natural gas technology – packaged into a 6×2 tractor which can deliver a true competitive advantage for UK fleets on both regional and long-distance missions.”

The Stralis NP 460 6×2 – which is available in left- and right-hand variants – runs on LNG from tanks mounted either side of the chassis, for a range of about 750 kilometres (466 miles). Iveco states this is aimed at applications where vehicles operate on a ‘same-day out and back’ operation, with gas companies keen to support businesses in establishing on-site refuelling capabilities to complement the UK’s growing network.

Webster added: “Customers tell us that vehicle range will be key to winning their orders, and we’re confident that our pure LNG solution will deliver the optimum mileage for a 6×2 gas-powered tractor.”

The tractor has a 12.9-litre Iveco Cursor 13 NP single-fuel engine and features the company’s latest generation 12-speed Hi-Tronix automated transmission. New functions such as the GPS-based Hi-Cruise predictive cruise control and gear-shifting are also included.

It delivers a 99% reduction of PM and 60% in NOx compared to Euro VI limits. It also offers fleets the potential to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 95% when running on liquefied bio-methane.

The Stralis NP is available to order now nationwide, and the first demonstrators are expected to commence trials with fleets from October.

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Pricing trucks off the road in towns and cities is not the way to reduce emissions in Clean Air Zones (CAZ) and targeting hauliers is unfair, a coalition of road transport trade bodies has said.

The Road Haulage Association (RHA), British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association (BVRLA), Freight Transport Association (FTA) and National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA) are concerned that local authorities are rushing through CAZ plans with scant regard for hauliers.

The trade bodies met with Transport Minister Jesse Norman and Environment Minister Therese Coffey on July 11, to discuss a joint six-point plan for CAZs. The plan – ‘The Way Forward’ – sets out recommendations these four trade bodies believe can help improve air quality while protecting haulage from punitive charges and bureaucracy. The plan calls for consistent CAZ operating standards, smarter use of road space, and a phased approach supporting the transition to cleaner vehicles that doesn’t put operators out of business.

They also point out that the haulage industry has nearly halved its NOx emissions in the past four years.

Richard Burnett, RHA chief executive, said: “We welcome Government’s commitment to improve air quality but local authorities pricing lorries off the road is not the way to go about it. Ministers confirmed in our meeting earlier that local authorities should consider all options and that charging should be a last resort. They also highlighted that it is up to local authorities to decide which vehicles would be charged, when charges should apply and the level of charge. If Clean Air Zones are not handled properly we will have more vans making deliveries, congestion will increase and so will pollution. Clean Air Zones will only reduce emissions if they target polluters proportionately.”

Gerry Keaney, BVRLA chief executive, added: “The fleet industry can help Government to meet its air quality ambitions but we need more support for HGV operators who face particular cost and operational challenges in upgrading their fleets. We rely on commercial vehicles accessing towns and cities for deliveries and any Clean Air Zone policy that deters trucks is likely to increase the usage of vans. 99% of our members’ LCV fleet is diesel so any initiative that increases the number of vans on our roads will not tackle pollution levels. Commercial operators need time and incentives to upgrade their fleets.”

Sue Robinson, director of the NFDA commercial Vehicle Division, said: “It is essential that we encourage operators and logistics companies to move to trucks with cleaner engines. Progressive action is needed to ensure that operators can improve their vehicle fleets, not just by purchasing new Euro 6 commercials, but also by upgrading to cleaner Euro 5 used trucks to replace old and dirty diesel HGVs. This is why it is important that a graduated CAZ levy charge is introduced in order to encourage all hauliers to do their bit in improving air quality.”

FTA chief executive, David Wells, concluded: “Placing all the burden on local areas to accelerate air quality improvements risks the livelihoods of many small business around the country. Government must help local authorities avoid the most damaging effects on the local businesses that use trucks or vans.”

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Ryan Smith further extended his lead at the top of the BTRA British Truck Racing Championship standings with a dominant performance in round four of the series at Thruxton – the on-form MAN driver taking a clean sweep of four victories.

Heatwave conditions plus the flat-out nature of the high-speed Hampshire circuit put the pressure on men and machinery – but Smith turned on the afterburners to slice through to the front of the pack, even in the reverse grid races.

Rampant Ryan – now 27 points clear in the Division One points standings – is now aiming for further success in the upcoming Convoy in the Park event on 21-22 July at Donington Park – ‘home’ territory for the Nottinghamshire driver.

Smith started the Thruxton weekend in style by securing pole position and from the moment the lights flashed green he was never headed in race one: pulling over five seconds clear of his rivals by the time the chequered flag came out 10 laps later.

Stuart Oliver (Volvo) secured second spot, followed home by David Jenkins who was struggling to get the right balance of tyre grip on his MAN. Jamie Anderson (MAN) and Simon Reid (Iveco) completed the top five.

Race two saw the reverse grid in operation – but Smith was taking no prisoners and sliced his way through the field and up to second within four laps. He then tracked down the fast-starting Anderson and two laps later snatched the lead as Anderson ran wide at flat-out Church corner. On the final lap Jenkins and Reid also moved up to take the remaining podium spots with Martin Gibson (Scania) in fourth, just ahead of Luke Taylor (MAN).

With track temperatures continuing to rise on Sunday afternoon Smith was on sizzling form. Coming from the back of the pack again he jumped Oliver and Jenkins before the first turn and by lap two was passing Richard Collett for second place.

Luke Taylor had made an early break and the Rooster Racing MAN took a while to chase down but by lap five Smith had tracked him down – and was soon in front, cruising to his third win by a margin of nearly two and half seconds.

Anderson made good progress and came home to collect the final podium spot, fending off a late challenge from his experienced rival Oliver – just 0.134 seconds splitting the pair at the line, with Jenkins also in close company.

The final outing saw Smith completing his clean-sweep as he stormed through to pick up his fourth winner’s trophy of the weekend. While his rivals got a bit tangled diving into the first turn Smith sliced his way into fourth and a lap later he’d already made it up to second – with only Anderson standing between him and the silverware.

Anderson – a relative newcomer to truck racing – defended strongly but after five laps Smith picked his spot and slipped through, pulling over five seconds clear by the flag.

Anderson held on for an excellent runner-up spot with Reid’s Iveco breathing down his neck while Oliver again fended off Jenkins for fourth spot.

Smith is determined to stamp his authority on the Division One races again at Donington but there may be some tough opposition, including Shane Brereton, returning to the UK scene after some strong performances in Europe.

DIVISION 2

Luke Garrett’s winning streak in the BTRA Division 2 category (briefly) came to and end at Thruxton as pole man Steve Powell outgunned his fellow MAN racer from the rolling start to take the first victory of the weekend.

Garrett worked hard to challenge for the lead – but was 0.608s behind at the flag with Craig Reid (posting fastest lap in his Iveco) a strong third. Simon Cole (Mercedes), Brad Smith (Daf) and John Bowler (Foden) completed the top six.

Smith scored his first-ever win in race two – the Daf driver charging from row 3 of the grid up to third on the opening lap. He then picked off Reid and John Powell to move to the front of the pack on lap three.

The hard-charging Cole was up to second with three laps to run – and the Mercedes driver mounted a late challenge, but Brad kept his cool and held on to win by just 0.5 seconds.

Brad’s team-mate John Powell joined him on the podium with a fine third place – with Garrett next over the line in fourth (the ‘worst’ result of the weekend for the consistent MAN driver) – ahead of Steve Powell and Reid.

Garrett made amends early in race three – overhauling Bowler to move up to second spot before getting engaged in an entertaining battle with Adam Bint.

Bint was pushing his Volvo White to the limit through the turns – and at the chicane the American truck was twisting its chassis, picking its wheels about a foot clear of the tarmac as he fended of the championship leader for the first five laps!

Eventually Garrett powered past to take the win, followed home by Cole with Bint holding on for the final podium spot. Reid, Bowler and John Powell completed the top six.

Steve Powell stormed away at the start of race four and was never seriously threatened on his way to his second win of the weekend – finishing some 3.5 seconds clear of the on-form Smith.

Garrett had to work hard for his third place finish – making impressive progress from the back of the pack as he had to carve his way past eight trucks in the nine-lap race. Setting fastest lap he closed to within 0.7s seconds of Smith at the flag, and heads to Donington with a commanding 40-point advantage over his rival.

John Powell, Bowler and Steve Powell fill third to fifth positions respectively.

2018 BTRA British Truck Racing Championship
Points standings after Round 4 (Thruxton)

Division One

1) Ryan Smith (MAN) 250
2) David Jenkins (MAN) 223
3) Jamie Anderson (MAN) 206
4) Simon Reid (Iveco) 184
5) Stuart Oliver (Volvo) 175
6) Luke Taylor (MAN) 133

Division Two

1) Luke Garrett (MAN) 256
2) Brad Smith (DAF) 216
3) John Powell (DAF) 196
4) John Bowler (Foden) 184
5) Steve Powell (MAN) 172
6) Simon Cole (Mercedes) 161

Words & images: Jonathan Reeves

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Operating a crane takes no little skill, and visitors to Convoy in the Park on 21-22 July will be able to see the some of the best operators in the country go head-to-head in the UK heat of the World Crane Championships, sponsored by Hiab.

It sounds simple enough: using a Hiab X-HiPro 232 crane, move water cans from a truck around a circuit of obstacles, in the shortest time possible. The operator with the fastest time and fewest faults is crowned the winner.

But, of course, it isn’t simple at all. The skills needed to get round the course without making a mistake are considerable, especially when you add in the pressure of an audience watching on. But the entrants in the World Crane Championship (WCC), the unofficial Loader Crane World Championships, sponsored by Hiab, have the skills – and this competition gives them deserved recognition for what they do.

Heats for the WCC are taking place in 16 countries around the world over the spring and summer – the UK and Ireland heat takes place at Convoy in the Park – and the winners will battle it out for the overall title at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hannover, Germany, on 22-23 September.

This is one of many events taking place at Convoy in the Park. On track, there is a full schedule of racing over the two days, led by round 5 of the British Truck Racing Association Championship. Off-track, there is live music, comedy, kid’s activities, more than 1000 show trucks on display and much more!

For more information on Convoy in the Park and to book tickets – advance tickets are still available – go to www.convoyinthepark.com

If you want to book your truck into Convoy in the Park, go to: www.btrc.co/show-truck-entry

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